When you shoot competition shotguns, like this Beretta 682 Gold Trap, gunk accumulates quickly. While one might shoot a half-dozen rounds while hunting, a moderate day on the competition clay fields easily numbers in the hundreds. These are a pair of Pure Gold choke tubes, both Light Modified, used a the recent SCTP Collegiate Florida […]
I had the pleasure of attending the SCTP Florida Shoot today where nine southeastern colleges gathered to compete in three clay disciplines: trap, skeet and wobble trap. I caught this sequence from one of Clemson University’s squads.
So, a history major, a veterinarian and a sorority girl walk into a gun range… If there was a politician in the mix, this might sound like the beginning of a corny joke. Well, it’s not. And it’s actually been going on for 45 years now. What is it? Welcome to the Collegiate Scholastic Clay […]
Lots of guns? Yes. Expulsions and/or Suspensions? No. “L” shaped Pop-Tarts? I’m not sure, but if there were, no one had a meltdown over it. What universe am I in? That would be the Jacksonville Skeet and Trap Club in Jacksonville, Florida for the Southeast Collegiate Invitational Shoot. Dozens and dozens of college students competed […]