Many times at a match, you may come across a situation where your shotgun targets are split, meaning either you have to move with the shotgun to a second location, or the stage writer may mix things up and have you shoot another gun in between. This requires us to pay a little extra attention when moving, as we must always be conscious of the 170 rule, and always remember that we must move with the shotguns open and empty.
Once you get used to it, this is not that hard of a skill to master, but there are some tips that will help you minimize wasted time and movements. Many times, a match can be won or lost with the shotgun, so time spent practicing these skills will help you more than you realize. Watch the following video for some great tips of ways to shave some time and gain efficiency.