Women try sporting clays for the first time at Beretta Shooting Grounds.
Curious about clays shooting and want to know how to give it try? We asked Keith Lupton, our resident expert, to help fellow GWG Club newbies with the ins and outs of getting started. Here’s what he had to say...
The Goddesses with Guns are not afraid of a little cold weather. We had a great time at the CT Travelers holiday shoot at Mid-County Rod & Gun Club and the holiday shoot at Dover Furnace, too.
All summer long, we shot the clays above the growing corn. Fall had almost passed when the folks at Dover Furnace closed the blue course for hunting season. And so, about a week ago I, and a friend of mine, set out for my very first pheasant hunting experience. It was a perfect day for shooting [...]
The National Sporting Clays Association is a great resource for the clays enthusiast. As members, Goddesses With Guns can choose from 3,000 registered shoots a year and track their progress.
It may not get us to Carnegie Hall, but practice is the key to success in shooting, too. With a backdrop of spectacular Fall foliage at the Beretta Shooting Grounds at Dover Furnace, the Goddesses With Guns got down to business this weekend.