By Kyle Jillson | March 31 2013 09:34

More shots from yesterday's ACUI shotgun championships

Shotgunner during the American Skeet Championships in San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas - While the weekend may have started yesterday, hundreds of collegiate shooters have been at the NSSA-NSCA National Shooting Complex in San Antonio all week for the 45th Annual ACUI Clay Target Championships.

Already spending days breaking clays in the championship's events, competitors had even more shooting ahead of them yesterday (and even more ahead) with the American Skeet Championships.

Autoloading shotgun ejects a spent shell and loads a new one at the ACUI Clay Target Championships in San Antonio

Considered the "easier" event when compared to the International version – the version shot during the Olympics – American Skeet was still challenging enough as only five shooters managed perfect scores of 100.

The weekend also ushered in weather better than competitors had experienced in previous days. Clouds gave way as the sun shined and the temperatures rose to respectable Texas spring levels.

Earlier we explained the rules of American Skeet along with a few photos. Now take another look at the American experience in the gallery below.

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