Features

Limited sight, big vision

Kate Gatacre talks to Ken Newman, founder and owner of Custom Stockz, the company that has revolutionised the look of many a shooter’s gun on the clay circuit. Ken Newman isn’t what you’d expect of an airbrush artist. When he

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Deal with dominance

Lloyd Pattison takes a look at the solutions on offer for eye-dominance problems Your ideas about eye dominance will be a product of whether you have ever suffered from a disagreement between your dominant hand and your dominant eye. I’m

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Ben Cartwright addresses his vision

The eyes have it for Ben Cartwright as he gets the low down on his vision with a little help from Ed Lyons – after all, you can’t hit what you can’t see. I need a new pair of eyeballs!

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Stay frosty

Mitchell Brooker-Smith keeps his head in the game at the British Shooting Shotgun Series shoot at South Wales 2000 The weekend of 8-9 June marked the second round of the British Shooting Shotgun Series, held at South Wales 2000 shooting

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The work has just begun: Anita North interviews World Cup medalist Kirsty Hegarty

Anita North interviews World Cup medallist and British Olympic hopeful Kirsty Hegarty. About 10 years ago, I was at a competition at Southern Counties Shooting Ground, chatting to my friend David Beattie from Northern Ireland. David was very excited. “We’ve

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SPONSORED: Perazzi High Tech Elle shotgun

Since winning a Perazzi High Tech Elle in 2016, Kath Bright has had great success. Richard Atkins and Kath discuss the Perazzi specially made for women. Kath Bright is a dedicated Trap shooter and clearly an accomplished competitor to have

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A gun for every budget

Whether you’ve got a big budget or a small budget, the experts at Ian Coley’s gunshop have got you in mind as they offer their pick of what’s on the market for clayshooting at prices from £500 to £45,000. KOFS

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The problem with plastics

Kate Gatacre investigates how the shooting community is meeting the challenge of environmental responsibility. You’d have to have stuck your head very deep in the sand to be unaware of the issue of single-use plastics and the effect they have

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Dealing with trap theft

Clay Shooting Magazine investigates the surprisingly pervasive problem of trap theft, and asks what shooters can do to fight back. It’s all over in minutes. A gate is forced open, a van drives in and across several fields, eventually spilling

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Even more fibre clay loads for simulated days

Simulated game days are very much in vogue at the moment and a lighter load will increase your enjoyment without beating you up, so we’re giving you another batch of options! Gamebore Evo My personal favourite this month offers a

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