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Shotguns: Ten of the Best (part 2)

Ian Coley’s gunshop professionals recommend 10 shotguns ranging from the modest to the magnificent – here is part 2 BROWNING B525 RRP: £1,165 The biggest competitor for the ubiquitous Silver Pigeon, the B525 is very similar in terms of handling,

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Shotguns: Ten of the best

Ian Coley’s gunshop professionals recommend 10 shotguns ranging from the modest to the magnificent – and here are your first five. KOFS BLACK DIAMOND RRP: £599.99One of the real breakthrough guns of 2018 and, for the price, certainly looks the

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Tips from the top

We asked a selection of Laporte sponsored shooters for their best tips on how to improve – here’s what they told us. Be honest with yourself. It’s very easy to have a bad day, we all have them. The temptation

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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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Bryce on perfect positioning

Bryce explains how to position your feet and body for the perfect shot. Shotgun shooting may not look like an active sport but it involves the whole body from your head to your toes. Much like swinging a golf club

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Ask the experts!

It’s that time again for the Clay Shooting Magazine Q&A, so let us know if you have any questions, because we have the experts to answer them! If you would like to get in touch, then please send your questions

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Lloyd Pattison’s top training aid suggestions

Are you a new shooter looking to develop your technique, or perhaps an intermediate trying to up your game? These training aids might be the answer, says Lloyd Pattison. RibEye The RibEye’s premise is a simple one, attaching a small

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Ask the experts!

Let us know if you have any questions, we have the experts to answer them. If you want to send your questions into us, then please send your questions for our panel to fieldsports@futurenet.com or to our Bromsgrove office at

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Ethan Lowry on building core strength

Ethan Lowry takes a muscular approach to shooting with a look at the importance of building core strength. Ethan Lowry is a physiotherapist and a researcher specialising in pain and nutrition. He makes it to the clay ground two or

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Tips from former Clay Shooting Classic winner Ben Husthwaite

It may seem intimidating for the newcomer, but give FITASAC Sporting a go and you could easily find yourself hooked Ben Husthwaite has some tips to get you started 2019 welcomes the world FITASC to the UK and to the

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