Understanding Clay Pigeon Shooting

Graham Brown Tony Jackson
In recent years clay target shooting has developed into one of the fastest-growing sports in the UK, and its popularity has been infused with a new sense of purpose and life as a result of the Commonwealth and Olympic successes of both male and female participants. Understanding Clay Pigeon Shooting is aimed at both the beginner and the advanced novice. It will help you to understand the logic behind good shooting, and to develop skills already acquired to become a really good and consistent shot. Every potential shooter has the ability to reach the highest standards - this book will help you to unlock that potential. Topics covered include: the history of clay shooting; getting started in clay shooting; the three disciplines - sporting, trap and skeet; the different types of gun, and ancillary equipment; gun fitting and eye dominance, and finally, shooting styles and muzzle placement.
Understanding Clay Pigeon Shooting by Graham Brown Tony Jackson

About the author

Graham Brown has always had a keen interest in shooting, a skill which has enabled him to shoot for his County on many occasions. After working in the Gun Trade and teaching shooting both in the field and at shooting schools, Graham was offered the opportunity to develop the Purbeck Shooting School in Dorset.
Tony Jackson, a well-known sporting journalist and former Editor of Shooting Times for many years, lives in Somerset, shoots, stalks and picks-up with his Labradors. He is also author of a dozen field sports books.