Jamie Passant and Dan Bishop win big at the Handicap Classic

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Jamie Passant shooting in the Classic Spirit shoot-off

The Clay Shooting Handicap Classic had an exciting finale at Royal Berkshire Shooting School on Wednesday 6 May. Jamie Passant won two nerve-wracking shoot-offs to pick up a £500 cheque from Clay Shooting magazine as the highest-scoring individual from the qualifying round, and a Rolls Royce Silver Spirit in the 10-man Classic Spirit 20-bird Compak competition.

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Dan Bishop flew over from Bowcome View Shooting Ground on the Isle of Wight

The other big prize of a Browning Heritage shotgun went to Dan Bishop for hitting the highest score on the day. His 78ex-100 combined with his RBSS handicap of 16 to finish on 94.

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Ed Solomons takes on the RBSS high tower

On the Promatic stand Ed Solomons’ score secured him a Super Hawk trap, and Chris Baker won the Stratstone off-roading day for hitting the top score using a side-by-side in qualifying.

Throughout the competition, the team of Andy Clifton, Jack Lovick, David Ferriman and Andy Buck were the highest scoring foursome with a combined score of 365 on 30 March in the CCI Challenge to win a bottle of Tattinger Champagne each, and the prize of the  year-long Club Digweed pay-per-view membership went to 16-year-old Henry Young.


Henry Young pictured middle left

Henry Young pictured middle left

Each weekly winner took home Gamebore cartridges and cash.

Stay tuned for video footage of the event, and read a full report in the July issue of Clay Shooting.

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