Over a million people shoot sporting clays each year and only 25,000 or so shoot registered tournaments. Most sporting clay shooters are hunters who want to brush up on their wingshooting or to have an opportunity to shoot when nothing else is in season. Any field shotgun would be suitable for a round of clays, just stick with the softer recoiling target loads if using a light gun.Asphalt Cowboy said:I've often thought about trying my hand at sporting clays. Don't even know if my shotguns are suitable for the sport. But what the hey, I'm game for any opportunity to embarrass myself.
After looking at the map, Delia isn't even an hour from here.
Am I correct in my guess that a non-registered shoot would be a beginners chance to experience the sport?