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Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting, and formally known as Inanimate Bird Shooting, is the art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets, known as clay pigeons or clay targets.
The terminology commonly used by clay shooters often relates to times past, when live-pigeon competitions were held. Although such competitions were made illegal in the UK in 1921, a target may still be called a "bird", a hit may be referred to as a "kill", and a missed target as a "bird away"; the machine which projects the targets is still known as a "trap".
Hello! I'm a new firearm owner. I love shooting clay targets: skeet, trap, SC, you name it. However, the hours and prices of trap and skeet clubs don't allow me to shoot as much as I'd like. Do any of the well known Oregon outdoor shooting spots offer an opportunity to launch some clay targets &...
I am looking to clear out more room in my garage so these clay pigeons are free for the first person who can make it here and take them away. I am available afternoons after 2PM in the South Everett area.
used Franchi Affinity 30in 12g Semi-auto. Purchased in 2015, barely 1k rounds put through it. Selling because I simply do not use it.
Great for clay pigeons or bird hunting.
softer recoil pad (installed)
125 rounds of birdshot
I've had the 1/8" plastic corrugated board for a while. It was time to put it to the intended use. Board size (mine) = 24" x 48"
Thought to share pics of the end results. The stand portion is next.
A backer of the same material will be contact cemented to the back for rigidity.