wing shot

wing shot

n
1. (Hunting) a shot taken at a bird in flight
2. (Hunting) an expert at shooting birds in flight
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Lewis Wing shot inches wide and in stoppage time Dan Bentley did well to smother a shot from Ryan Shotton.
But Rovers still looked a threat and sub John Buckley fired over with a first time shot from a right wing shot in the 88th minute.
* Be right here next week as we complete our lessons to being a better wing shot by shooting skeet properly.
Finn's audacious right wing shot on 75 minutes dropped over Putnins to level and Lait stole in to divert a low free-kick past Putnins on 81 minutes.
The big news of 2016 was the Wing Shot air shotgun from Air Venturi.
After Lekhwiya added another from Ahmad Madadi off a narrow-angle left wing shot, Sydney Uni coach Philipp Enders called the first time-out (4:0, seventh minute), but his team could not find the goal past Al-Sadd keeper Yousuf Al Abdulla (46.9% save rate) and at the 10-minute mark the score stood at 5:0.
The last public executions in Gaza were in 2014 during the last war with Israel when a firing squad from Hamas's armed wing shot dead six men before Gaza City's main mosque following prayers.
"Look," I snapped, "I'm a reasonably competent wing shot. Sure, I miss a bird or two, but I've gone through a whole freaking box of steel 4s this morning and haven't cut a feather."
I'm a fair wing shot, and I can train a gun dog to do a passable job.
As half-time approached Bentley again made is presence felt when he was on the end of another beautiful long pass from Clayton, and he took advantage which the pass created to scorch down the wing shot past his opposite number for his second try to leave his side 22-3 ahead at the interval.
He was an excellent wing shot with both, but I don't believe he shot them as consistently well as the L.C.
If you average two doves for every five shots, you can consider yourself a spectacular wing shot indeed.