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Wonky eyes

Apparently between 40 and 50% of shooters have a problem with eye dominance. This is where the ‘master’ or strongest eye is opposite to the one looking down the barrels to the target. 283 more words



My clay club sent an email recently with details of their New Year’s Eve shoot – 50 bird sporting, with no 70 bird option as usual, but with Clay Pigeon Snooker in addition to the sporting. 290 more words

Clay Pigeon Shooting

Buying my first gun

Waiting seven months for my Shotgun Certificate to arrive gave me plenty of time to research guns within my budget.

It was clear that either Beretta (Silver Pigeon I), Browning (B525) – and possibly Miroku (MK60) – were the most popular entry-level guns if I was buying new. 383 more words


Sunday 3rd December: Clay.

I’ve now been attending my preferred local clay shooting club since May, progressing from the “Have a Go” stand with one of the instructors to the full sporting layout of seven varied stands. 470 more words


Clay Pigeon Recruits Former Reata Chef

Marcus Paslay’s Clay Pigeon has unveiled a new seasonal menu and hired Andrew Dilda as executive chef, bringing the former Reata chef back to Fort Worth. 208 more words

Steven Doyle

Clay Pigeon Shooting (no birds were harmed in this activity)

When I was quite young, I went to the local fair with my much older brother, who had just finished his army training. He was extremely competent on the rifle range and won a china plate which he gave to me. 466 more words