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The actual sport of clay pigeon shooting was started in 1875 but in a different form that is known today. There are many different disciplines within clay shooting these include: English sporting trap, shooting down the line, Olympic trap, skeet shooting and Olympic skeet are all very common in the UK, to read more about these and others please visit https://gunsandclays.co.uk/clay-pigeon-shooting-disciplines/. There are two regulatory bodies that operate within the UK these are the CPSA and FITASC, FITASC also regulate across the world.
Clay pigeon shooting can also be known as clay target shooting. Using a shotgun a clay disc is broken from varying distances, angles and heights. Since 1921 when the use of live birds being released from cages was made illegal, clay pigeons in varying forms have been used to simulate the sport of prey shooting.