Any of y'all do clay's...

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  1. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

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    I shoot a Browning Citori. a Rem. G3 and a Rem. 1100 with a 28 in. modified fixed ...a couple of others for sheets 'n giggles...It's 'bout having fun...:)

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  2. About the most fun I can think of, Guns, outside of a few "unmentionables!" I haven't really been into the sport heavily for a few years, but I do still bust the occassional clay pigeon. I like to use my 870 Wingmaster with a Mod choke for that purpose.
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    Went to shoot the "Western Ohio Classic" today...41 out of 100...best score when we left was 78...Dang hard ta pick up the clay's sometimes...ph'arkin tree's...;)
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    Hey, I do clays......... wait........ does it count if I pick up pieces of the clays, and bust 'em with a .22 at 50 yards ? :eek:
  5. lohki13

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    Shooting clays is the best. 270 at 300 yards really messes one up. More fun a 30-50 yards with a handgun though. Never shot at them with a shotgun the way their supposed to be though.
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    Pistolen...One of the folks in our group had one also...no fancy gloves, eyeware, chokes, ammo or sights...2nd best at 71...;)
  7. Smokin Guns

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    Hmmm...well considering how small of pieces y'al would be talkin' 'bout...yeah!...;)


    BTW, I did pick up a Unertl 14 x for my Winchester model 75, haven't sighted it in yet...but, I'm hoping for good results...;)
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    lohki...I do the same thing with rifles, but it is a more fun challenge when their flying...give it a go when the opportunity presents itself...;)
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    Sorry...broadband is slow and I did a double post...:eek:
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    yeah, regularly... and here's me tool of choice::cool:
    just got the barrel back from the 'shop" had the remchokes reinstalled, it measures a short 19.75 inches and balances like a high-end O/U...:D

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  11. oldtool53

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    Hi,

    I shoot clays here in Eastern NC. Dont get to go as much as I would like though. I shoot a Remington 1100.
  12. ponycar17

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    I enjoy the heck out of sporting clays with my Rem. 870 but I don't get to go as often as I'd like due to other priorities. There are several guys I work with that go shooting sporting clays 2 times per month at a couple of local ranges. My favorite range is in an abandoned quarry in Elberton, GA but when we go there after work it's 12:00 AM before I finally get home. That's a bit late for work the next day... Good sport though!
  13. TranterUK

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    Clay pigeons? crunchy but no favour. :)
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    Every chance I get, after work on the weekends anytime it doesn't rain I should have stock clays, with my new shotgun I can't reload fast enough it's my favorite past time. It helps to have property I can shoot on too.
    Tim
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    I'm joining the league I tag along with (I score shots for the team with my little clipboard) for sporting clays next spring. I am pretty excited about it even though I don't have much experience yet. I suppose I should start conditioning my shoulder by beating it with a baseball bat to prepare for the 'shotgun shoulder' I will inevitably get after shooting 50 rounds at a time, sometimes 100...Heh.

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