clay pigeon


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target used in skeet or trapshooting

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A member of the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association, he also taught people how to shoot.
The estate holds an annual clay pigeon shoot in which over 200 teams from all over the UK competed against each other over a three-day weekend.
Clay pigeon shooters James Sutton, left, and his father Raymond, from Sutton Coldfield.
John Marshall, vice chairman of Bond Dickinson said: "We are proud to support The Prince's Trust through our charity clay pigeon shoot in aid of disadvantaged young people across the North East.
The event will be held at Spennymoor and District Clay Pigeon Club on Sunday, October 14, from 9am.
I shoot clay pigeons," The Sun quoted Reo-Coker, as saying.
Laser clay pigeon shooting is an electronic way of enjoying traditional clay pigeon shooting.
SEAN HIGGINS proved himself a crack shot when St Johnstone stars held a team bonding clay pigeon shoot.
September 18 Take up the challenge and enjoy a day of clay pigeon shooting along with the chance to network and raise funds for Clatterbridge Cancer Research.
Crosman even secured the rights to a clay pigeon launcher that the operator sat upon and pulled the arm back for each clay pigeon, just like regular firearm clay pigeons.
Don't miss the bouncy pirate ship and laser clay pigeon shooting.
It may have been an extremely fortunate decision for the 44-year-old from Pensnett, Dudley, to choose to take up clay pigeon shooting as now his four children have discovered a natural talent for the sport and hope to make it to the 2012 Olympics.
The following day featured a charity clay pigeon shoot at Lascelles Hall Shooting Club, which raised pounds 585 for Cancer Research UK.
00pm) Maisie is incensed by her mother's actions at the clay pigeon shoot and decides to move in with Andy.
Prince Philip is said to be extremely excited about his Clay Pigeon Pie range.