This is the eighth in the series of blog posts dedicated to London 2012 Olympic Games events. Today it is the turn of weird and wonderful shooting titles. Today is the last day of competition in this discipline. Congratulations to Peter Wilson who won a gold medal last week in the men’s double trap, and good luck to the British competitors for today.
- Cape Colony Shooting Gazette and Colonial Forces’ Record Vol. 1. no. 1 March 1906.
- CLASS / Canadian Ladies Association of Shooting Sports.
- The cowboy chronicle : the monthly journal of the Single Action Shooting Society.
- Engage : local news for the London 2012 shooting and Paralympic archery venue / Olympic Delivery
- Forest and Stream: A Journal of Outdoor Life, Travel, Nature Study, Shooting, Fishing, Yachting
- Insight : the shooting quarterly.
- Musketry and shooting calendar for 1901.
- Irish rod & gun / sail’n power
- The target : the official publication of the North Dakota Shooting Sports Association.
- Trap & field.
- Powder & brass : the journal for the Welsh shooter.
For more sporting serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT. Watch out for the next instalment of the SUNCAT Olympics blog posts.