Continuing his run of extraordinary luck (poker, deck quoits, naked mud-wrestling to name but three), Esquire's Jeremy White somehow managed to bring home another trophy for our office's bulging display case - that of top team at Musto’s AIM Day at the West London Shooting School.
Drawing on limited experience from childhood shooting trips and relying on far better guns in his squad, White (kitted out in some of Musto's latest shooting attire, including the surprisingly effective d3o Recoil Shield) excelled alongside Fieldsports' Mike Barnes and Musto's aptly named Charlie Bird. He also managed to sufficiently scare Nigel Musto into handing over the prize after a wonderful day in the sun picking off clays. However, it didn't all go to plan. "The less said about the teal and rabbit stand, the better," White admits.
Look out for our interview with Commonwealth gold medalist clay shooter Charlotte Kerwood in a future issue of Esquire. For more, see www.musto.com (and if anyone wants to 'Challenge Jeremy' drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and lay down the proverbial gauntlet)