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Clay Shooting

 

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Most shooting is done through clubs with their own shooting grounds where there will be a series of traps – or launchers – which catapult the clays into the air to simulate a variety of wild quarry. Clay pigeon shooting can be a particularly attractive for those who live in towns or are limited in the amount of time that they can give to their sport.

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BASC Countryman Fairs Clay Competition 2019

PRO

  1. J Bridges
  2. S Smith
  3. C Waite
  4. N Hendrick
  5. S Scott        

JUNIOR

  1. B Smith – 38+9
  2. A Horton – 38+4
  3. M Beardsworth – 37

CLUB

  1. J Pope – 22
  2. A Lythwynchuck – 20
  3. C Beenham – 19
  4. J Whitehouse – 16
  5. A Horton – 14

LADY

  1. G Left – 38
  2. J Galland – 36+11
  3. E Lowrinson – 36+10

VETERAN

  1. P Dickman – 45
  2. G Stirzaker – 44
  3. A Thompson – 41

Events & Training Courses

October 2019

23 Oct 2019 - 24 Oct 2019 Basic Metallic Cartridge Reloading, British Sporting Rifle Club, Woking
British Sporting Rifle Club – Bisley, Pirbright, Woking


 

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