Clay pigeon shooting, also known as clay target shooting with shotgun or skeet shooting, was developed in the UK in the 1880s. It is defined as the art of shooting at special flying targets (or clay pigeons) thrown in the air by a mechanical machine. The targets are made from mixture of pitch and pulverized limestone and almost always are painted orange to be easily visible. Standard clay pigeon 110 mm in diameter and 25 mm high is the most common target used in sporting clay pigeon shooting layout. Usually different combinations of doublets are used during the shooting that makes the event more challenging and special. Clay pigeon shooting is definitely an entertaining way to spend time and, of course, a way to ascertain preciseness and ability to concentrate.