Night shoot draws a crowd
LAST weekend 32 shooters participated in the inaugural Claytons Skeet night shoot, where green and white fluoro clays were flung into the evening sky under floodlights.
The Claytons Skeet was the major event, but shooters also shot down the line, five stand and simulated field and game shoots.
The AA-grade was hotly contested between eight shooters vying for top spot.
Top gun went to Roy Harman, picking up a new aluminium shotgun case for his troubles.
Harman shot 78 from 100 to claim the spoils ahead of his nearest opponent just one straight shot behind, with five other competitors also shooting in the 70s.
The next shotgun shoot will take place on December 5, while rifle and pistol practice and matches take place this Saturday and Sunday.