English Sporting
"The best way to learn in any sport is to just get out there and do it"

English SportingThis discipline can have an almost infinite variety of 'stands'. A course or competition will feature a given number of stands (a minimum of 10 in the case of registered shoots) each of which has a predetermined number of targets, all travelling along the same path and speed, either as singles or report pairs (one target released then second target released on the report of the first shot) or simultaneous pairs (two targets released at the same time) or following pairs ( two targets released from the same trap one after the other) The flight of the targets should try to simulate game quarry e.g. Driven Pheasant, Springing Teal, Crossing Pigeon, Bolting Rabbit etc. and include an assortment of clays, standard, midi, mini, battue etc.