It was a brisk morning for Jansons first shoot of 2024 at West London Shooting School but did get warmer as the sun started to emerge. 

4 Teams of 3 shot a total of 5 stands. Top gun of the day was a draw between David Peck and James Archibald both of them getting 33/50. However, David won with rock paper scissors and took home the bottle of champagne for Top gun. 

As usual, we held a 40-clay flush at the end of the shoot in which the team of Henry Revill (Jansons), James Newton (Vail Williams), and Phil Charalambous won. A few of the other teams missed there flash clays much to the amusement of the group.

We ended the morning with a well deserved full English breakfast.


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