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The perfect hit: gun fit really is as important as everyone says!

Keen sporting shot Jason Doyle has been consulting a number of experts on the subject, and it turns out gun fit really is as important as everyone says it is. The last couple of months have been pretty quiet for

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Clay gun barrels: the long and short of it

Vic Harker reveals the history and importance of your shotgun’s barrels

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Beretta introduces limited edition 20 bores

New 32in barrels are available, but not for long

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Ask the expert: Keeping clean

Tim Greenwood answers questions relating to unusual gun and barrel cleaning products

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Out soon: Clay Shooting January issue

The January 2014 issue of Clay Shooting will be coming to a newsagent’s near you soon!

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Onwards & Upwards

The Italian maker Guerini continues to maintain its market share in the UK based on quality of manufacture and presentation at prices that compete favourably with their competitors. The new Summit Ascent Trap model is no exception, and also has

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Do back-bored guns shoot faster?

Many modern clay guns promise higher velocity thanks to back-bored barrels – but does it work? Nick Wilson investigates

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