Finding the Clay Pigeon locations is the objective of one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.
Fortnite Clay Pigeon locations: Where to shoot a Clay Pigeon at different locations
Though you need a total of five to complete the challenge, the good news is there's more Clay Pigeon shooters than you need - though only by one.
Here are six Clay Pigeon shooter locations in Fortnite:
The specific locations up close are as follows...
Lonely Lodge, to the north near the cliffs at the end of the trees:
West of Tomato Town, just north of the bridge over the river that carves through the upper part of the map:
Loot Lake, in the north-east corner:
West of Pleasant Park, at the foot of the mountains:
South of Paradise Palms, near the trailer park at the edge of the map:
Between Flush Factory and Shifty Shafts, next to the abandoned house near the cliff edge:
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How shooting a clay pigeon works in Fortnite
For the Week 8 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:
- Shoot a Clay Pigeon at different locations (5 total, 5 Battle Stars)
What this challenge means is there are clay pigeon shooters across the map. Once you have found one, you can interact with it when the button prompt appears as you get close:
This will fire a 'clay pigeon' - but can be other flying objects, such as rubber duckies. The aim is to hit one with your weapon. Doing so will tick one off the challenge.
It's easier said than done - the clay pigeon moves at quite a pace, and if you miss, the machine will reset. We recommend using a automatic weapon - such as an SMG or assault rifle - giving you a spray of fire that has more chance of hitting it.
What are the numbers for on the nearby board, you might ask? It's to keep your score - the left is your high score, the right is your current score.
As with other challenges such as basketball hoops or lightning bolts, using a clay pigeon shooter can attract unwanted attention from other players. As such, you'll want to do it when you are alone, so other players can't attack you.
If you are struggling, then we recommend trying it one of the LTM modes - such as 50v50 - which splits the map so you're surrounded by other friendly players more often, meaning you won't be obstructed from climbing up and getting on with the challenge.