Raniero Testa Sets New World Record: 17 Airborne Clay Targets Shot in 2.08 Seconds

Over the past several years, Raniero Testa, an Italian athlete sponsored by Winchester, has set multiple world records of shooting airborne clay targets. A little over a year ago, he set a record of breaking  14 clays pigeons in mid-air which earned him a nickname/stage name RT14. Well, apparently, his new stage name is now RT17 as the latest achievement of this professional shooter is a new world record of busting a whopping amount of 17 hand-thrown clay targets in 2.08 seconds with 17 shots. Watch the video below.

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12 Shots – 12 Gauge – 0.72 Seconds – New Record of Raniero Testa

TFB readers may remember when Raniero Testa managed to hit 13 clay targets in 1.6 seconds in 2017. In the meantime, the Winchester sponsored pro-shooter was able to best himself, hitting 14 hand-thrown clay targets before they reached the ground. Not one who sits on his laurels, now with the “stage name”  RT14, he recently participated in a speed shooting challenge against Fabarm‘s shooter Umberto Tarcinale.

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New World Record: 13 Clay Targets in 1.6 Seconds (VIDEO)

Raniero Testa broke his own record of shooting multiple clay pigeon targets while they are in the air. You may have seen such trick shots before, where the shooter throws a stack of clay targets into the air and shoots each of them separately before they land.

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