Ed Arrighi is a former National Helice Champion and longtime shooting instructor.

Helice, also known as ZZ and Electrocibles, originated in Europe as a replacement for live bird shooting. Unlike the clay sports, where the shooter knows where the target is coming from, in Helice the targets appear at random from five or seven boxes in front of the shooter.

The target is a brittle, orange plastic propeller, eleven inches across, that flies irregularly to mimic the flight of a dove or pigeon. Wind causes the target to fly even more erratically. Ultra-quick, accurate vision is vital, since the target must be hit within a specific time period.

In other words: it's very difficult!

Unfortunately, as the World Double Gun Helice Championship approached, it was evident that my age was catching up with me, and my vision just wasn't as sharp as it had always been. I knew I needed an answer - and fast.

Luckily, a friend who was always up on the latest industry trends and secrets introduced me to Claroxan and after researching the concept and the company, I decided to give it a try.

On the first day of the competition, armed with a renewed sense of confidence, I strolled in like a gunslinger of the Old West. This wasn't the OK Corral, but I felt like Doc Holliday.

It was almost an unfair advantage, and was a key element in my victory!

You don't have to be a competitive shooter to benefit from the power of Claroxan. Whether you shoot firearms or bows, for hunting or recreation, Claroxan can give you the edge you need when it counts.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.