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In all honesty, thats not that bad for a first time skeet shooter without any knowledge of leads and speed. The only problem I have with Skeet is that the targets "always" have the same trajectory and speed in a constant pattern. The difficulty is from which station you have to shoot, but if you shoot it enough, you can predict (without outside interference like wind) where it will be going. You already know where it will be coming from. (high or low)
I like Trap due to the fluctuation of not knowing at which angle the target will be going. It comes from the same place every time, but not in the same angle.You might want to try both. They will both help in recognition and timing.
Only my opinion, so you skeet shooters out there, don't think I said skeet was easier than trap. They both can be difficult without practice.:)
 
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