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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    @R93 is that you?
    I only wish as far as skill goes.

    I have shot with George. He has no equal in the world as a shot gunner.
    He has been in NZ a few times.

    Has the hand eye cordination of a robot.

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    I do a lot of skeet shooting,just to get my bird shooting inline.....but I thought that was quite impressive,.....I spend a lot of time watching some of the old boys at Portland gun club where I shoot,...ask a lot of questions,try to get their take on technique etc .....there are a couple of old coots there,they are technically blind,......buggers never miss!.....I’m not talking just one level shooting,we have machines that will roll (across the ground),varying speeds,heights,angles,you get the drift.........have always been impressed with people who have refined this art
    It's not the mountain we conquer,but ourselves.....Sir Edmund Hillary

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    used to be a guy at the Belfast gun club in chch who used to sit his shotgun upside down on his head and shoot clays down the line.from memory I think his nickname was bigbird.,about 30 years ago.

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    i di some trick shooting last night .
    went to drop my farmers chrissy presents off and he chided me about the rabbit and pidgeon population.
    nah not really more like a gentle reminder delivered with a grin.
    ''sweet i got the 20 in the car''had the missus to or the cat in the driveway would be no more.
    anyway stroll over to the sheds off runs a rabbit bang dead out flys a pidgy bang one wing flys off and one very dead pidgeon hits the dirt.
    oops forgot to put the ic choke back in after setting it and belt up for geese.
    remembered to leave the belt and grab a box of 7 1/2s but not change the modified out.

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    jerry Miculek-
    not clay birds as such but he's quick on a lot of stuff-rifles too.
    heard of Digweed years ago-legendary. From memory he shot something like 20+ possible rounds of skeet and said not enough of a challenge-Think he went to sporting clays after that but cant quite remember.

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    have you seen the clip of him shooting clays frm the carpark




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