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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If you happen to have one of those old clay pigeon throwers laying around, buy some discs from Kurgo and use the thrower you have.
ON TARGET The clay pigeon shoot hosted by Bond Dickinson and local entrepreneur John Holland
The event will be held at Spennymoor and District Clay Pigeon Club on Sunday, October 14, from 9am.
I shoot clay pigeons," The Sun quoted Reo-Coker, as saying.
Higgins, who signed from Dundee at the end of last season, said: "I had never been clay pigeon shooting before so it was a great experience.
Another accessory Crosman produced was clay pigeons, but theirs were made of plastic parts that snapped together.
James and Jack are ranked first and third respectively in the England junior team at the discipline of Down the Line (DTL) and will this weekend be representing their country in Cape Town in the Clay Pigeon Shooting World Championships.
The following day featured a charity clay pigeon shoot at Lascelles Hall Shooting Club, which raised pounds 585 for Cancer Research UK.
THERE'S more action in the wsoods this week during the Wylde's clay pigeon shoot.
Prince Philip is said to be extremely excited about his Clay Pigeon Pie range.
There's something visceral about shooting a shotgun and breaking a clay pigeon - once you do it, it becomes habit-forming.
So if there was a rabid clay pigeon coming at me, I'd like to know which way to turn and shoot.