By Barnaby Dracup
Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Stuart Clark had an excellent win at the World Sporting 2012, held at Sweetslade, on August 4th.
He secured his place after a tense shoot-off in a 6 man final with a qualifying score of 181/200 and final shoot-off score of 20/25.
Stuart Clark has been a Beretta man for many years, securing several wins and podium finishes on the English Sporting circuit.
At the beginning of his shooting career he shot with a Beretta 682 but then switched from this to a Beretta Semi-Automatic due to recoil issues.
Over the years he has always been a regular in the final six at the Beretta World English Sporting Championships and also finished third in this year’s Benelli Sp’Auto championship in May.
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