Sporting clays is considered as clay pigeon shooting. This sport is often described as playing golf with shotguns because a typical course consists of 10 to 15 different shooting stations on natural terrain. For safety, the course size is usually no less than 35 acres.

Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting, is officially called soulless shooting. This is the art of shooting at special flying targets, called clay pigeons or clay targets.

The term often used by clay shooters is often related to time ago. It takes place when live pigeon competitions are held. Although such contests were deemed illegal in the United Kingdom in 1921, a target could still be called a “bird”, a shot could be called a “kill” and the target was miss is “bird away”; The target projector is still called a “trap”.

This is a kind of shooting competition. Shoot the clay released from the trap (clay discharge kit) (a plate with a diameter of 11 cm of baked clay mixed with altitude and lime) with a shotgun and compete for the number of grinding times. There are traps and shoots. Previously, six shooters became a group, five stands were constantly moving and a piece of clay was emitted to fly away to the shooter within 45 ° left and right from the front trap 15 m was shot. The second type shoots clay alternately or simultaneously emits from the high and low traps on the left and right of the firing table.

The angle to the clay varies a lot as it consecutively matches seven images arranged in a semicircle and eighth zoom board in the center. It originated from a shooting game by releasing a domestic pigeon made in England since the late 18th century. Shooting at the Olympic Games is an official event at the Athens Olympic Games 1, but clay shooting (son) is the first Parisian Olympics 2nd. The shooting of women’s clay from the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games also became an official event. In Japan, at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Watanabe Kazuzo won a silver medal in a trap, becoming the first medal acquisition in Asia.