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I have always been under the impression that a clay pigeon was made of clay. :unsure:. Well tonight we had a barbeque (one of those disposal contraptions) and I set it up on 3 clay pigeons on each corner. An hour or so after we had our fill I went to dispose of the remains and to my surprise the 3 clays on each corner had melted together as if they were actually plastic. What are they made of then? :crazy:

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I have always been under the impression that a clay pigeon was made of clay. :unsure:. Well tonight we had a barbeque (one of those disposal contraptions) and I set it up on 3 clay pigeons on each corner. An hour or so after we had our fill I went to dispose of the remains and to my surprise the 3 clays on each corner had melted together as if they were actually plastic. What are they made of then? :crazy:

ashphalt(pitch)and limestone powder,bio-degradable ones are available,

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I have always been under the impression that a clay pigeon was made of clay. :unsure:. Well tonight we had a barbeque (one of those disposal contraptions) and I set it up on 3 clay pigeons on each corner. An hour or so after we had our fill I went to dispose of the remains and to my surprise the 3 clays on each corner had melted together as if they were actually plastic. What are they made of then? :crazy:

ashphalt(pitch)and limestone powder,bio-degradable ones are available,

Cheers Watchman, I would never have thought so. :icon_redface:

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