clay pigeon


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clay pigeon

target used at gun clubs. It causes poisoning in pigs at pasture which eat the targets. The coal tar pitch used as a binder causes severe hepatic necrosis. See also coal tar pitch.
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I'LL DOO THE BUSINESS Sean 3Higgins shoots clay pigeons and now he's vowing to fire in goals for St Johnstone this season
Collectors should also seek full shotshell loading kits, cartons of shotshells and boxes of reusable clay pigeons.
To pay for their sons' trip, Jim and his wife Linda have held fundraising events, moonlighted as clay pigeon shooting referees and called on the generosity of family members.
CRESWELL - Though it's technically called a turkey shoot, it's the clay pigeons that really should watch out.
He alleged Farr - a member of the Scottish clay pigeon shooting team - had pretended to shoot him in a dispute over his home extension plans.
The company organises a clay pigeon shoot each year as a way of thanking its customers.
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The clay pigeon shooting will run from 11am to 5pm and the dance will start at 7pm with a champagne reception.
A huge range of displays, exhibitions and competitions at more than 250 trade stands is promised during a two-day event that attracts thousands of working dog and lurcher enthusiasts, anglers, clay pigeon shooters and hunt followers.
Farmers could, for example, use the funds to throw a fancy dress party, host a quiz night, run a clay pigeon shoot or compete in a tug-of-war - before regional winners are decided.
The prize will also include a selection of outdoor activities at a local estate, including pony trekking, Land Rover estate tours, clay pigeon shooting and quad biking, as well as a cookery demonstration at Cragganmore House with award-winning chef Tony Allcott.