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Do they do them in orange too.

:) I'm not sure. I got ti from Lakeland Guns some years ago where it was used as part of a window display advertising Bowman traps. It had served its purpose and the owner of the shop wanted rid, so I took it. I was going to have it made into a clock but fear it would be too heavy for the wall being over 1/2 an inch thick. Mate suggested rolling it down a hill and shooting it ala bolting bunnie but it's too nice for that.

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It would make a fairly groovy trophy for a clay competition, maybe wrap a silver band around its edge that could be engraved.

 

Would be perfect for an annual head to head match between clubs or syndicates, especially given that it is a "super match" clay.

 

Is it solid or hollow like a regular clay?

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It would make a fairly groovy trophy for a clay competition, maybe wrap a silver band around its edge that could be engraved.

 

Would be perfect for an annual head to head match between clubs or syndicates, especially given that it is a "super match" clay.

 

Is it solid or hollow like a regular clay?

Many were. Mounted one on a base which was presented to our boss when he retired from the RMs. Suitably inscribed to reflect his (in)ability to hit the standard sized ones.

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