Monthly Archives: February 2014

Link to March 2014 RELOAD!


March 2014 RELOAD! Published by Connecticut Travelers Sporting Clays Association Advertisements

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Shoot One Gun?


Hi, Bruce! I am a recreational target shooter who doesn’t shoot exclusively within one discipline – sometimes I enjoy shooting trap, sometimes skeet, sometimes 5-stand, and sometimes sporting clays. I rarely keep track of my scores, but I’ve recently wanted … Continue reading

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Converting A Trap Gun Into A Sporter Gun


Dear Technoid, I own a fairly new Browning O/U B425 Trap with 3/4 and full fixed chokes. As it’s usage is more or less restricted to shooting trap, I wonder whether this gun could be modified/converted in order to be … Continue reading

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Pheasant Loads For Tough Birds


Dear Bruce, My name is John and I live in SD. I discovered your site while searching the web for trap shooting tips. It’s extremely informative, thorough, well written and most entertaining. Your letter writing skills – formatting, punctuation and … Continue reading

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Shooting Glasses Colors


just got a new eye prescription, and would appreciate your keen insight into pro,s and con,s of the best selection of colors for clay shooting. i shoot skeet trap and sporting clays, thanx for the help fastphil Dear Phil, I’m … Continue reading

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Professional Sporting Clays Association


The Professional Sporting Clays Association (PSCA) is a competition group limited to select professional and amateur shotgunners. It begins its inaugural broadcast season on the NBC Sports Network July, 2014.

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Screw Chokes For A Fixed Choke Gun?


Hello, I recently purchased my first shotgun – an Ithaca SKB 500 o/u with 30″ barrels choked modified and full. I am pleased with the condition of the gun and plan shoot clay games primarily. My question to you is … Continue reading

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