Tim Woodhouse continues his series, recounting the history of the 21-gram load
Richard Atkins tests two offerings from Italian giant Fiocchi
Don Brunt tests the Gamebore range and finds out why it is the choice of champions: The Gamebore name has been with us since 1973 when the company was first formed; importing the popular Gevelot brand of French cartridges…
When a shotgun cartridge is fired and the shot pellets leave the muzzle of the gun they will remain in flight for the relatively short time that it takes the forces of gravity to bring them back down to the…
Vic Harker looks at the history of a game that recalls Trap shooting’s colourful past
Many modern clay guns promise higher velocity thanks to back-bored barrels – but does it work? Nick Wilson investigates
A gun club director has vowed to strip off to prove steel pellets pose no more risk of ricochet than lead.
Caledonian Cartridge has changed its name after striking a deal with Eley Hawk.
Richard Atkins put Gamebore’s Kent Velocity 7.5 loads to the test and found a high performing economy load
Q I enjoy reading the cartridge test reports in Clay Shooting and I have bought some of the ammunition mentioned in the past; there is just one point that I’d like cleared up please. On the box of one type…