went skeet shooting today to try out a new thrower ive bought, the do-all clay hawk. Very nice machine it seems. Anyways, was shooting the 7/8 oz 12 gauge loads with #8 shot, and the 28 gauge 3/4 loads. after 30-40 birds, my son and i walked down range to pick up unbroken ones. Some of the ones that we thought were a miss, had 1-5 pellet holes right threw them- perfect round holes- but the clay didnt break. It was 12 degrees today (central maine) and was wondering if my loads are under powered in this temp or is the rem clay just tougher to break when it is frozen? dont ask what any sain person is doing shooting skeet at this time of the year! At least the damn black flies dont bite!