Hot shot Marcus Horry has ambitions of representing Great Britain at the Olympic Games.
But the teenager is currently appealing for help to aid him fulfil his ambitions of reaching Rio or future games.
Marcus is a promising clay target shooter, but he desperately needs his own competition shotgun.
Last June the Boston Air Cadet was asked to shoot in the National Cadet Clay Target competition.
And with just four weeks’ training prior to the competition - using a borrowed shotgun - he managed to win the event.
Marcus faced the best cadets from all over the United Kingdom and much of the opposition had years of shooting experience .
However, he finished the three-day competition in Cambridge by beating all his fellow 175 cadets to the highest combined score.
Marcus, from Fishtoft, is currently having lessons in the down the line discipline by England coaches.
However, he needs his own shotgun which will allow him to train independently and enter competitions to get him to the Olympic qualification stages.
To reach this goal, Marcus has launched a donation website, which can be visited at www.gofundme.com/ marcus-shotgun