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Skeet’s rising star

Becky Kibble’s success at the World Skeet Masters was just the latest achievement for this remarkable shot, writes Murray Thomson Watching Becky Kibble win the Ladies High Gun at the World Skeet Masters, you would think she’d been shooting all

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The Beauty of the beast: Top-line Sporting Clays shotgun from Purdey

Mike Yardley, one of Britain’s best known shooting instructors, is blown away by the £75,000 Sporting Clays shotgun from Purdey. It takes quite a lot to get me excited, but the new Purdey Sporting Clays gun has managed to catch

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Finding the right gun

Georgina Roberts describes her search for perfection, in the face of conflicting advice. When you’re getting started in shooting, one of the most important things to get right is your equipment. That’s especially important at a competitive level. Factors like

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Shooters to watch

James Marchington talks to two young shots who have proved they’ve got what it takes to succeed Ben Killian Ben started shooting with father Wayne at the age of eight, and progressed from a bolt-action .410 to a 20-bore semi-auto.

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No let up for Leah Southall

The clay season may be over for many, but Leah Southall is still clocking up the miles The first Saturday in October I travelled to Mid Wales Shooting Centre to use some of my Laporte-CPC sponsored clays. I worked on

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Ben Cartwright travels south

Ben Cartwright continues his US tour with a visit to a backwoods shooting range in the heart of North Carolina It’s huge! Ten days and a thousand miles into our roadtrip from Boston down to Georgia, my son Matthew and I

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Onwards and upwards with Mitchell Brooker-Smith

Mitchell Brooker-Smith is laid low by a bug – but he bounces back to pick up another trophy This year has been very kind to me so far. I’ve had a great season without any disruption, either to the events

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How to beat the flinch

The first step to curing a flinch is to admit you’ve got a problem at all, says Clay Shooting Magazine editor James Marchington Do you flinch when you fire your gun? Most shooters will say no – and yet look what

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Family Fitasc double

Father and son Stewart and Ben Cumming scooped open and Junior titles at the Scottish Fitasc Championship, reports Murray Thomson The Cumming family had double reason to celebrate at the 2019 Scottish Open Fitasc Championship, held this year at the

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Beretta: built to win medals

We take a first look at a brand new competition gun with an impeccable pedigree, the 694 from Beretta Beretta have been nominated in this year’s Great British Shooting Awards, so to find out more and have your chance to vote,

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