dusting clay

dusting clay

[′dəst·iŋ ‚klā]
(materials)
Finely pulverized clay used as an extender or carrier in insecticide dust formulations.
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As long as I did my part and went easy on the trigger, I had no trouble dusting clay pigeons.
When we weren't at the Cody Shooting Complex (codyshootingcomplex.org) dusting clays, plinking with rimfires or smacking targets out to 1,400 yards, we were riding.