Skeet on Ice!

This video came out in March of 2015, but is really a hoot of sorts to watch. Two women in Canada combine their love of skeet shooting and hockey, in addition to a very well choreographed drone camera, and create an excellent video of them hitting clay pigeons while hitting them off a ramp with a hockey stick! The one woman is in the kneeling, while the other shoots clay pigeons off of a ramp into the direction of the shotgun.

Throwing clay pigeons is simple enough as it is, many gun stores stock these plastic throwers that can be used to hurl clay pigeons through the air while the buddy shoots them. This allows a group of people to have fun with skeet, while not going to an expensive or time consuming skeet range with a high and low house, or even a trap range as well. However if a group of hockey players are interested in spicing things up, this is certainly a fun avenue to do so in!

There were some concerns voiced about the angle of the shooter and the friend hitting the clay pigeons, but they have since posted a disclaimer that this is apparently due to a camera angle, and the actual position of the hitter wasn’t in any unsafe spot throughout the filming of the video.

We are two girls Skeet Shooting the Canadian Way! Hockey and Hunting…Best of Both Worlds EH?!!

* Disclaimer: We apologize for the angle of the video making it seem that the shotgun shooter is behind the skeet shooter. We can assure you that the skeet shooter was never in harms way and proper gun safety was considered throughout the skeet shooting. We are Canadians who respect firearms and will never put a human in harms way. We hope that everyone who sees this video will do the same. Enjoy!



Miles

Infantry Marine, based in the Midwest. Specifically interested in small arms history, development, and usage within the MENA region and Central Asia. To that end, I run Silah Report, a website dedicated to analyzing small arms history and news out of MENA and Central Asia.

Please feel free to get in touch with me about something I can add to a post, an error I’ve made, or if you just want to talk guns. I can be reached at miles@tfb.tv


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  • Derp

    This would be trap.

    • Jon

      Not trap either, just shooting some clays. Skeet and Trap are very specific games.