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    Clay Target Photos

    Beretta Australia, through the efforts of our Clay Target Club chairman (and Olympian) Russell Mark, hosted an exclusive day for MCC Clay Target Club members on May 30 at their facilities.

    The visit included detailed explanations of gun fit, gun selection and gun smithing, followed by lunch. The day was hosted by Beretta managing director Luca Scribani Rossi.

    A selection of photos from the day are featured below:

    Beretta managing director Luca Scribani Rossi with MCC Clay Target Club member John Chambers Ian Gould practices at the Little River range Beretta general manager Greg Chan with MCC Clay Target Club member Eddy Bidese
    Russell Mark with Peter Hawker Luke Robinson on the range at Little River MCC Clay Target Club members Martin Wettenhall (left) and Lum Southey