CLEVER cartridges have been satisfying the best worldwide shooters’ and hunters’ needs for more than 60 years, with reliable and top quality products, winning countless national and international championships in all disciplines.
T1 SUPERTARGET This standard product, while inexpensive, keeps always high quality Clever cartridges. Suitable for all shooting disciplines. We stock the T1’s in #7.5, #8, and #9 for International Trap, American Trap, Sporting, Skeet and Double Trap.
T2 COMPETITION The standard shotshell is our forte. Top quality components and a new production technique give it the correct pattern distribution even at high speeds. Well known in Trap ranges worldwide, we stock the T2 Handicap with an FPS of 1300 for Trap, Skeet, American Trap, Double Trap and Sporting.
As returning customers know we are primarily a brick and mortar store. Our web store is old tech and cannot be programmed for a store-wide sale. Orders placed online will reflect retail pricing because of this. Sale pricing will be applied once we take your information over the phone and process you in our in-house system which is programmed with sale pricing. As always our website will not process your credit card so once an order is placed online one of our sales staff will contact you for payment over the phone. Ammunition, powder and primer sales will be provided a shipping quote before processing. Buy with confidence. We are here to serve you.
Please note that online and phone sales will be processed starting at 9:00 AM Pacific on Wednesday, June 19th and will finish on Saturday, June 22nd at 5:00 PM Pacific. Thanks and as always, we appreciate your business.
I wrote this piece back in 2001 for Martin Masse’s Le Quebecois Libre. I have left it unedited – although there are a few things I would change today I don’t think I knew just how relevant it would be to today’s society ‘way back then’.
I was 11 years old when my parents gave me my first real firearm. It was a Lakefield Mark II .22 caliber repeater that I still own. It’s killed a lot of squirrels and grouse in the last seventeen years and in the process I’m convinced that it — with a little help from my father — saved my life.
Of course, it never downed a charging grizzly or wounded a marauding thief. Nope. All it did was keep dad and I busy on the weekends filling the freezer with grouse and slaying errant pop cans. But those activities coupled with the sense of responsibility the ownership of such a tool entailed were enough to keep me out of a lot of trouble that other kids — mostly friends of mine — seemed to have an easy time finding.