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The man behind the ShotKam

James Marchington talks to inventor, businessman and lifelong shooter David Stewart Imagine you’re teaching your young son’s friends to shoot, and want to explain the concept of forward allowance. What you really need is a video camera fixed to the

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Richard Atkins on over-boring and fibre wads

Richard Atkins says you should think carefully before using fibre wad shells in an over-bored gun The recent public move against all things plastic has motivated some, no doubt well intentioned, folk to begin banning plastic wads at their shooting

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Starting gun

Jonathan McGee is embarking on an exciting new journey with Ben Husthwaite as his capable guide. He tells us how his dreams came true. My clay shooting story started 21 years ago, at the age of 13, when I was

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Finding the right first shotgun

It’s important not to rush into things when it comes to your first shotgun. Ben Cartwright recalls his quest for true love. In 2017-18 there were 9,696 shotgun licences issued by the Police. One of them was mine. Having secured

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How does caffeine effect your shooting?

Coffee: friend or foe? Ethan Lowry discusses the effects of caffeine on your shooting Those of us who are involved in shooting sports often find we need to set our alarm clock for some pretty unsociable hours. Pest control and

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Jason Doyle on missing training

No-one likes missing, says Jason Doyle, but that’s why you should do it more often: so that you hit when it counts After taking a few weeks off shooting to recover from my neck injury I was hungry for action

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Leah Southall’s March madness

It’s not just the hares that go crazy in March; shooters’ training and competition schedules do too. Leah Southall embraces the chaos. March was busy for me considering the season hadn’t started yet. On 2 March it was off to

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Defying expectations

Richard Atkins looks at two cartridges from FOB, and finds that first impressions don’t tell the whole story… FOB is an established brand in Europe, where it has a strong presence in the hunting and sport shooting scene, but it’s

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Tim Greenwood on gun maintenance

Gun maintenance may not be the most glamorous part of shooting, but it is perhaps the most important. Follow Tim Greenwood’s maintenance routine At long last it’s here: the beginning of the clay-shooting season proper, heralded by the start of

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Bryce on the right first time

Bryce explains how a professional instructor ensures a beginner’s vital first shot is an extremely pleasant experience Do you remember the very first time you fired a gun? What was the experience like? Since you’re reading this magazine, and presumably

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