- Remington Ammo Update November 30, 2021
- Cross Dominance November 29, 2021
- Polychokes, Good Or Bad? November 24, 2021
- The Classic Cutts Compensator November 23, 2021
- Cold Weather Reloads November 22, 2021
- Shoot Clays With A Game Gun? November 18, 2021
- Golfers Lead Tape November 17, 2021
- Foot Position Importance November 16, 2021
- More On Plated Shot November 15, 2021
- MEC Adjustable Bushing Bar November 12, 2021
- William R Eddleman on Polychokes, Good Or Bad?
- Jim Garren on Polychokes, Good Or Bad?
- G. Barraclough on Foot Position Importance
- Jim Pettengill on More On Plated Shot
- Jim Garren on MEC Adjustable Bushing Bar
- Ed Sybert on MEC Adjustable Bushing Bar
- jim rennie on Solid Vs Screw Chokes
- JR Ewing on Solid Vs Screw Chokes
- Shoal Creek on Steel In A Model 12
- tarponhunter on Recoil Pads And Soft Shells
Tag Archives: clay targets
Bruce, It is very pleasing to see other shooters who have an affinity for the 42 like I have. I am 35, shot my first 42 at the age of 9, and now own two of my own. Boy, what … Continue reading
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White Flyer, the clay target people, said that their business has been strong for 2012 throughout the US. Business has been strong for a number of years. Their feeling is that interest in Sporting continues to grow.
Simo pair coming from the far side of the rise. The traps are on the ground, cannot be seen from the stand, and the pair are thrown toward the stand at a launch angle of about 45 degrees. The birds … Continue reading
A simo pair of quartering targets that cross directly in front of the stand. The trap machines are on right and left, about five yards in line and on either side of the stand. Some can break both targets with … Continue reading
It is not necessary to move trap machines around a field to change target presentations. Turning or tilting a machine is often enough to substantially change the look and flight of a target. This simo pair was going straight away … Continue reading
An early station, the more challenging simo pair are two teals thrown to the treetops in front of the stand, perhaps 10 yds away. The straightway bird rises from a blind about 2 yds in front of the stand and … Continue reading