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    I'm glad y'all are getting out and starting to have fun! Not to derail, but where is the best place to order clays from online? Our local Cambodian Tire has only these tiny boxes of Daisy Shatterblasts @ $20 for 60.......

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    Ask your nearest trap or skeet club if they'll sell you some.

    Edit: You asked where to get them online, so that disqualifies my answer.
    I wonder if Caldwell would sell you some directly?
    You're in the right province at least.
    Last edited by Dewey Cox; 03-28-2021 at 05:49 PM.
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    Señor Member Dewey Cox's Avatar
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    I did get out after lunch again, but the gale force winds limited us to 1 round.
    And now it feels like I got punched in the face 75 times for some reason...
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2012Cvoguy View Post
    I'm glad y'all are getting out and starting to have fun! Not to derail, but where is the best place to order clays from online? Our local Cambodian Tire has only these tiny boxes of Daisy Shatterblasts @ $20 for 60.......
    One place can be Lawry's. They are $16 per case when ordering smaller quantities. ht tp://www.lawryshootingsports.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    Ask your nearest trap or skeet club if they'll sell you some.

    Edit: You asked where to get them online, so that disqualifies my answer.
    I wonder if Caldwell would sell you some directly?
    You're in the right province at least.
    Not a bad thought, I drive right by them on the way down to the pistol and rifle range below. I'm going to email and ask and maybe it's time to revisit them entirely. I tried the formal thing about 18-20yrs ago and there where some very uptight, aloof folks to say the least, but that's going back a bit so the atmosphere could have well changed now. I get stubborn when slighted....... lol. With Guncraft, Wholesale all gone, bulk clays have become harder to come by. Gonna email Caldwell too!

    Quote Originally Posted by cowboy01 View Post
    One place can be Lawry's. They are $16 per case when ordering smaller quantities. ht tp://www.lawryshootingsports.com
    Right on, gonna email about shipping.....

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    I was all ready to get out to the trap range on Sunday to try the different things to help me with the O/U and poof, not in Ontario.

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    Who's shooting the Canadians?
    I'm hoping to make it to the Alberta venue (Olds)

    https://www.shootcanada.ca/assets/im...p%20210411.pdf
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    It wasn't a good day for shotguns.
    Did a station and a half, and the barrels came apart on my citori.
    I had an 870 under the seat, so I went and got it.
    6 or 7 shots from that, and the firing pin won't drop any more.
    So I came home.
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    That is enough to spoil a guys day.
    In spite of all of man's grandiose achievements, he owes his continued existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains.

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    That is very frustrating. I am hoping the fix is not too difficult/expensive.

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