Passionate about clay pigeon shooting since he was 12 years old, Maxime comes from a family of shooters: "I was lucky enough to learn from my father, who was approximately 15 times a member of the French team," explains this enthusiast. "Thanks to his advice and my training, I too had the opportunity to join the French Compak Sporting team several times during my Junior years."
Moreover, in order to prepare for the Compak Sporting competitions, Maxime often took part in the DTL in order to force himself to ensure that his initial shots were successful on elusive targets.
DTL is discipline with the rifle aimed. It is a variation of Universal Trench and Compak Sporting. Indeed, the trench is practiced on five shooting stations arranged in an arc, located 15m from a trap launcher. The latter sends the targets in a limited space of 30° to the right and 30° to the left. In this space, the trajectories are random. The targets are sent at a fixed distance of 55m. DTL (Down The Line) is also a variation of Compak Sporting, where you shoot 5 clay pigeons per station before moving on to the next.