While many consider hitting clays pigeons an iffy prospect past about 50 yards, this is no ordinary shooter.
In the above video, the Gould Brothers use an AR-10 6.5 Creedmoor from Alex Pro Firearms stoked with 142-grain Winchester Expedition Long Range to line up a shot on an airborne clay target out to the 200-yard mark. A SilencerCo Omega gives it some hush while the Alex Pro carries Vortex glass as they reach for the clay.
Just for reference, multi-World and European English clay-shooting champion George Digweed drilled a clay out to 130 yards during the 2011 Bisley Live shooting show in front of a live crowd– with his over-and-under.
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