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At the conclusion of Part 1, several of us had done serious damage to the back of the shop, ourselves and local wildlife while trying to master the technique of a manual clay target thrower. No, not as a result of gunfire, but rather as the result of unsuccessfully ducking low flying clay pigeons. The…

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