from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sports Shooting at clay pigeons hurled into the air from spring traps.
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- n. The sport, similar to skeet, of shooting at thrown targets with a shotgun.
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- n. the sport of shooting at clay pigeons that are hurled upward in such a way as to simulate the flight of a bird
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Although these different techniques work well in trapshooting, they don't always translate to success in the field.
Baited with alcohol-soaked grain, gassed with sulfur fires and loaded live into trapshooting launchers (they were later replaced with clay "pigeons"), the passenger pigeon population quickly petered out.
Yes | No | Report from muskiemaster wrote 28 weeks 5 hours ago are pup passed her gun dog test during the 4th while people were trapshooting in the field and she played in the pond.
I was well over the age of 21 and out on my own before I discovered trapshooting and reloading, which was shooting for fun, not meat.
When I was a freshman in high school we had a county wide traveling trapshooting league.
We invite the Tudeskos and Parisios to Placer County, where we have 5 high schools with trapshooting teams, approved by the district!
I'm 17 years old and I'm on a competative trapshooting team.
More recently in his life he took up trapshooting and has won every tourniment that he shot in until he broke his elbow on the skateboard.
There were even all-female trapshooting clubs at that time.
The only trophy I ever won was trapshooting from the deck of the old Flavia plying the Bermuda route from Miami.
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