Compak Sporting

Clay pigeon shooting at a professional level – 2000 Summer Olympics

Form of clay pigeon shooting, similar to sporting clays but taking place in a smaller area.

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Clay pigeon shooting

Shooting sport involving shooting a firearm at special flying targets known as clay pigeons, or clay targets.

Clay pigeon shooting at a professional level – 2000 Summer Olympics
Clay pigeon shooting at a country fair, England
Double Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock of the United States Army Marksmanship Unit taking part in a skeet shooting event
Clay pigeons in an automatic thrower
A laser clay shooting gun at a laser clay shooting range.
Laser Clay Launcher/Trap

Targets are thrown in a great variety of trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations and distances and the discipline was originally devised to simulate live quarry shooting, hence some of the names commonly used on sporting stands: springing teal, driven pheasant, bolting rabbit, crossing pigeon, dropping duck, etc. Disciplines in this group include English sporting, international (FITASC) sporting, super sporting sportrap, and Compak sporting.

Shotgun (shooting sports)

Name of the sport discipline assigned in the international shooting sports competitions, organized by the International Shooting Sport Federation , which includes the three clay shooting disciplines of trap, double trap and skeet.

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The Fédération Internationale de Tir aux Armes Sportives de Chasse (FITASC) Compak Sporting is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet.

Shooting sports

Group of competitive and recreational sporting activities involving proficiency tests of accuracy, precision and speed in shooting — the art of using ranged firearms, mainly referring to man-portable guns and bows/crossbows.

From the final Shoot-Off at the men's skeet competition during the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Girls' rifle team at Central High, Washington, DC. November 1922.
High-speed photography of the smoke of burnt gunpowder and a .38 Special bullet fired out of a Smith & Wesson Model 686 revolver.
A round shooting target with several hits in the center, which is called "bullseye".
The ISSF 10 meter air pistol final in the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Boris Kokorev from Russia during the ISSF 50 meter pistol 2007 World Cup in Munich.
The ISSF 10 meter air rifle discipline is part of the Olympics.
A junior shooter in Switzerland exercising bullseye shooting with a SIG 550. The rifle is equipped with a brass catcher to avoid disturbing other shooters with the ejection.
An ISSF 50 meter rifle prone competition in Los Angeles, USA in 2012.
Two shooters during an ISSF 300 meter rifle three positions (prone, kneeling and standing).
Nordic Handgun Field Shooting in Arendal, Norway in 2007.
Nordic Rifle Field Shooting in Sweden during the winter in 2012.
The Norwegian Rifle Field Shooting Championship at the 2007 Landsskytterstevnet.
Field-like shooting competition in USA using a National Match M1.
Field target shooting in Germany
Keith Sanderson from USA during the ISSF 25 meter rapid fire pistol event at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
John Pride at the 2008 Bianchi Cup.
Stang-Shooting at the 2007 Landsskytterstevnet in Norway. The nearest targets are placed at 155 meters, the farthest at 221 meters.
Field-Rapid-Shooting at the 2007 Landsskytterstevnet in Norway.
Trap shooting in USA.
Skeet shooting in USA.
Clay targets being placed in an automatic throwing machine.
Trap shooting at the 2015 World Police and Fire Games in USA.
Sketch of a Skeet shooting range.
An Open division practical pistol shooter during a stage.
A Norwegian practical rifle shooter at the 2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot in Russia.
Three times practical revolver world champion Ricardo López Tugendhat from Ecuador.
Palma shooting in Canada in 2011.
An ICFRA F-Class rifle equipped with a scope and bipod.
An Anschütz 1903 rifle in caliber .22 LR used for benchrest shooting at 50 meters.
A BCM Europearms single shot benchrest rifle.
Cut cardboard targets of the same shape and sizes which are used for IHMSA metal targets in metallic silhouette shooting.
Chicken, pig, turkey, and ram. The different targets are placed at different distances, and in this image the targets are scaled to how they would appear to the shooter in angular sizes (mil or moa).
A Cowboy action shooter firing a lever action rifle at steel targets. The Range Officer to the left is holding a shooting timer to measure the time.
Scenery in a Western scenario.
The shooter uses different firearms during a stage. In this stage revolvers were used at the close range blue targets and a lever action at the red targets furthest away.
Cowboy mounted shooting at the 2012 AQHA Mounted Shooting World Championship.
Competitor shooting at 1000 yards (914.4 meters) laying on back
Competitor from Team Norway shooting at 1000 yards (914.4 meters)
Replica Rigby rifle used at the 2015 MLAIC Muzzleloading Long Range Championship
A member of Team USA loading his blackpowder rifle
Para shooting with a rifle sitting in a wheelchair.
Service rifle shooting in Slovenia with the Zastava M48 rifle.
Service rifle shooting in United States with an M16/AR-15 style rifle.
A woman plinking with a Hi-Point pistol in .40 S&W in Alaska.
Plinking with a Ruger 10/22 rifle in Burro Canyon, Arizona, US.
Plinking on a Saturday in Burro Canyon, Arizona, US. On this range firearms must be kept unloaded in the rack, except when on the firing line.
German military patrol in Giant Mountains in 1932.
Ole Einar Bjørndalen in Trondheim during the 2009 Biathlon World Cup.
Bike biathlon competition using handguns.
Target shooting with a recurve bow.
Archery competition in Mönchengladbach, West Germany, June 1983.
Anna Sushko of Russia, 2006 Junior World Champion, holding an ICU 10 m Match Crossbow
A competitor at the 30 meter event at the 2008 ICU Match-Crossbow World Championships in Sulgen, Switzerland.
A duel at the 1908 Olympics.
Portrait shots of Olympic duelists, showing their safety equipment and modified guns.
Players next to an inflatable Sup'Air bunker.
View of a course during a speedball game in progress.
Three airsoft team members defending an area during an indoor CQB game.
From an outdoor airsoft game.
Three airsoft team members during a field game.
An indoor laser tag competition at Long Beach, California in 2011.
Soldiers equipped with laser tag training equipment
A game of archery tag in Toronto
Casual players playing a shooter at the 2013 Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice, Poland.
A live professional CS:GO match in 2016.

The Fédération Internationale de Tir aux Armes Sportives de Chasse (FITASC) Compak Sporting is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet.