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The Timed Clay Pigeon Shoot is a Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival exclusive designed and built by Larry Frey, Jr. who passed away in 2014.

Archers are given 60 seconds to break 5 clay targets. The timer starts when the foam target on the left of the clay targets is hit. Compound and Traditional bows are recorded separately. There are no age limits as you can see youth compete equally with adults. All registered archers at the Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival are welcomed to try the Timed Clay Pigeon Shoot. Hundreds of archers try to beat the 60 second clock each year.

Here are the best times, number of seconds taken to break all 5 clay targets at the 2018 Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival.




2018 Top Compound
2018 Top Traditional

name
seconds
1st Colton Peachey 30.76
2nd Sterling Shetter 34.02
3rd Dana Peachey 34.27
4th Travis Kimball 34.29
5th Anthony Wiater 35.35



name seconds
1st Mark Feese 30.70
2nd Todd Whitman 30.80
3rd Brian T. (Age 17) 31.20
4th Allan Lawrence 36.95
5th Tom Noecker 38.18




For more information about the Timed Clay Pigeon Shoot at the Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival email Larry_Frey@bowclayshoot.info.
For more on the Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival visit the official web site at http://www.pabowhunters.com
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