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'Dancing With the Stars' Sadie Robertson Takes Derek Hough Shooting, ATV Driving (VIDEO)

( [email protected] ) Oct 16, 2014 02:50 PM EDT

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Sadie Robertson and Derek Hough wowed judges with the ''Charleston''

Before wowing "Dancing with the Stars" judges on this week's episode, "Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson took dance partner Derek Hough to her family's farm for some shooting practice and ATV driving.

On Monday night, the 17 year old model and Hough performed a stunning rendition of the Charleston on the hit ABC show, receiving high praise--and the highest score of the night--from judges.

"She could be on the cover of Vogue 1925. The perfect flapper," Judge Bruno Tonioli said. "Timing spot on, beautiful."

"This close to perfection," added judge Carrie Ann Inaba.

But before performing before millions of viewers, Sadie calmed her nerves by taking Hough to where she feels "most at home"--her family's Louisiana farm.

The pair spent the afternoon enjoying skeet shooting, ATV driving and target practice--a brand-new experience for Hough.

"I'm out here on the farm, living it up ... shooting some skeet. Pistols. Shotguns," Hough said in a video package.

And when his target shooting didn't go so well, Robertson comforted him, saying, "It's okay. You've got to start somewhere."

To top off the afternoon, Sadie's dad and "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson made an appearance, visiting his daughter and Hough in the studio as they rehearsed their routine.

Sadie, a vocal Christian who spends her summers on mission trips and working at a Christian youth camps,also took to social media before the dance, tweeting out that when she needs to calm down before the show she turns to God for strength.

"People always ask me what I do to calm myself down before the show and honestly I just let God give me..."

The 17 year old, who has her own fashion line along with designer Sherri Hill, also reflects her Christian beliefs when choosing her DWTS outfits.

"They always have to be daddy-approved," she told the judges earlier in the season, adding that she prefers to wear modest clothing.

Sadie's new book, "Live Original: How the Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values," is available now at retailers nationwide. "Dancing with the Stars" airs every Monday night on ABC.