Royal Berkshire Shooting School’s Stratstone Super Seven Challenge is still taking entries, so call the booking desk at RBSS to be in with a chance of winning one of seven super cars, each worth over £100,000.
It’s been two months since Dylan Williams, managing director at Royal Berkshire, announced the start of this competition, which invites clay shooters to try a 50-bird warm-up and two attempts at the Challenge. A pre-planned sequence of 25 clay targets is launched off the 120-foot Tower, and competitors may use up to 26 cartridges to hit all the targets. Entries are open until 31 January. George Digweed is guaranteed a place in the final, but he hasn’t won the car yet, and top shot Mark Marshall recently scored the second highest with 21, one target ahead of Brett Hand and two in front of Steve Lovatt. There are spaces for the 20 highest scoring individuals in the shoot-off, who will compete for one of the super cars.
Robert Cross told Clay Shooting magazine: “The sequence never changes bar the weather, so hopefully the more you do it the better you’ll get at it.”
Catch more of Robert’s interview on last night’s episode of The Shooting Show.