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Gun maintenance tips: Follow up on action cleaning

Our final edition of this series offers more detail on action cleaning during your gun maintenance lockdown session. It is quite straightforward to remove the stock and check, clean and lubricate the action. This isn’t required often, but it’s worth

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Gun maintenance tips: How to clean your gun barrels

Over the past week we’ve been bringing you some gun maintenance tips and hints on how to make the best of your time during lockdown. And now, next up on our how-to is how to clean your gun barrels, so

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Shotgun maintenance: How to clean your gun at home

In the latest edition of our series on how to clean your gun at from during lockdown, we’re moving onto the receiver and action. The receiver houses the mechanisms that lock down the barrels to form a strong, serviceable unit,

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How to clean your gun at home

With shooting on hold, Richard Atkins is back with more tips on how clean and maintain your gun while at home. This time, Richard Atkins is looking at Extractors/ejectors and woodwork. Browning and Miroku guns, like the one shown here,

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Gun maintenance tips: How to clean your gun at home

With shooting on hold, Richard Atkins explains all the best gun maintenance tips you can use to clean your gun at home, and get to know it better in the process. Today, we’re starting with the set up and then

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Ethan Lowry on hand-eye coordination

Ethan Lowry on the importance of developing strong hand-eye coordination to enhance your shooting prowess Clay shooting actually involves more of the senses than people may think. You’re holding the gun (touch), watching for the clay (sight) and listening for

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How to improve your gun swing and keep fit

Stuck at home unable to get out shooting? Becky McKenzie has some advice on practising your swing and keeping fit. Many of us are now unable to get out to a shooting ground, whether for a registered Sunday shoot or

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How to get sponsored in clay shooting (pt 2 – tips from shooters)

Recently we showed you a step by step approach on how to get sponsorship deals as you embark on a clay shooting career. Now that we’ve covered the plan, we have tips from those who have done it themselves! Ami

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Ask the experts: Prescription inserts or lenses and more…

Let us know if you have any questions to ask – we have the experts to answer them! Send your questions for our panel to fieldsports@futurenet.com or to the Bromsgrove address on our contents page. Your experts Richard Atkins Clay

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How to get sponsored in clay shooting (pt1 – step by step)

Landing a sponsor as a clay shooter can completely change the course of your career, so James Simon is going to explain how to get sponsored. Firstly, we will show you a point by point plan on how to bag

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