International Sporting Clays.com Releases “Ask Ben” Q&A Feature

International Sporting Clays.com Releases “Ask Ben” Q&A Feature

InternationalSportingClays.com Ask Ben Husthwaite Q&A Feature
InternationalSportingClays.com Ask Ben Husthwaite Q&A Feature
InternationalSportingClays.com
InternationalSportingClays.com

Los Angeles, Ca –-(AmmoLand.com)- The clay target shooting blog “International Sporting Clays.com” has released a new website feature called “Ask Ben!”

“The Ask Ben! Feature is a page where readers can ask questions directly to World Champion sporting clays competitor, instructor and target setter Ben Husthwaite. We welcome anyone with a sporting clays or clay target related shooting question to ask it of Ben. It's a great chance to get advice from a top gun in the game.” says site editor Jason King.

Visitors to the site can click on the “Ask Ben!” banner on the home page or go directly to the Ask Ben! page. There they can fill in the simple and short email form or alternately send their question to [email protected]

“Ben will be answering questions as soon as you send them. He hales from the U.K. but is heading to the United States very soon to set targets at the prestigious North American FITASC Championship in Bucksnort Tennessee from March 26-28. Ben will be available to answer questions during this time as much as he can. He will also be giving shooting lessons in several states in March and April.” King says.

International Sporting Clays.com features unique and original content covering sporting clays and FITASC shooting. Visitors will find popular Q&A's with top sporting and industry personalities, insider information on events, articles, shoot reports, product reviews, videos and a U.S. and international event calender.

www.internationalsportingclays.com
www.benhustwaite.com/

  • One thought on “International Sporting Clays.com Releases “Ask Ben” Q&A Feature

    1. Just made it to master class with an old wore out browning and told myself its time to by a new k80. Scores have went down, The gun feels the same, the only difference is I bought a 32" instead of a 30". About how long and many thousands of rounds will it take to get from E class back to master.

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