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Glass Balls - The Predecessor of the Clay Pigeon

Before the clay pigeon (which was first produced between 1883 – 1887) Guns use to practice their winged game shooting on glass balls.

The balls were two and three quarter inches in diameter, about the size of a cricket or baseball. 173 more words

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Clay Pigeon Is Right On Target

by Trey Moran

Just a little outside the West 7th area in Fort Worth sits Chef Marcus Paslay’s Clay Pigeon restaurant.  It’s an unassuming white building surrounded by warehouses and auto repair shops but once you pass through the heavy wooden doors you will find the place to be very comfortable and energetic.  538 more words

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Simulated Driven Game Shooting - Photos Courtesy of Lens & Hound

Simulated Driven Game Shooting is becoming an increasingly popular sport in the UK with not only experienced game and sporting clay shooters but also for team building and corporate days, charity funds raisers and for social events such as stag and hens parties. 174 more words

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Caesar Guerini Maxum Shotgun


The Maxum is a true collector grade shotgun, featuring deep relief floral scroll hand finished engraving on the receiver, side plates, and forearm assembly. The hand work and design are from the studios of the world renowned Italian engraving house, Bottega Incisioni C. 374 more words

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Beretta 687 EELL Diamond Pigeon Shotgun: Luxury and Performance

The 687 EELL is the absolute top of the line of Beretta’s 680-series over-under shotguns.

It features sideplates that act as extra canvas for the lavish hand-chased engraving, as well as a specially-selected walnut stock that gives it a true heirloom quality. 432 more words

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