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Clay Shooting

Clay pigeon shooting is a popular sport that covers all social classes, many women are enthusiastic competitors and it is one of the few sports in which the disabled can compete on level terms with able-bodied people.

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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 National Clay Shooting Championship 2017

PRO

  1. C WAITE – 24 (after SO)
  2. M MYERS – 24 (after SO)
  3. C CHILDERHOUSE – 23
  4. J BRIDGES – 22 (after SO)
  5. P SMITH – 22 (after SO)

JUNIOR

  1. J BRIDGES – 46
  2. T HEDGECOCK – 42
  3. H YOUNG – 39

CLUB

  1. A GARDNER – 20
  2. J WATTS – 19
  3. E HARDING – 18
  4. D BEALES – 15

LADY

  1. E LOWRINSON – 38
  2. A COULSON – 37
  3. J GALLAND – 34

VETERAN

  1. G STIRZAKER – 41 (after SO)
  2. S GRANT – 41 (after SO)
  3. A THOMPSON – 40

 

Events & Training Courses

Oct 2017

25 Oct 2017 Pre DSC1 course - Trochry, Dunkeld, Perthshire
BASC Scottish Centre, Trochry, Dunkeld
25 Oct 2017 Young Shots Simulated Game Day
GRANGE FARM LEISURE, WITTERING GRANGE, WANSFORD
25 Oct 2017 Invitation to meet BASC Council members
La Mon Hotel & Country Club, 41 Gransha Road, Belfast
Membership hits a record-breaking 150,000

Membership hits a record-breaking 150,000

Membership of the British Association for Shooting and Conservation has hit a record 150,000 – meaning the voice of shooting is louder and clearer than ever before.

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