Reviews

Magic Bore: Does it work?

Magic Bore was developed to remove heavy fouling now found in bigger barrel diameters, so Richard Atkins was keen to discover how it worked

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Richard Atkins tests two new shotgun loads

Clay shooting expert Richard Atkins is testing two new shotgun loads that offer good performance, less recoil, and an affordable price tag! On test: Clever Mirage T1 24 Gram 7.5 Fibre and Plastic Shot load: 373 grainsPellet(count per oz): 331UK

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Mike Yardley tests the L4S Sporting shotgun

Mike Yardley is impressed with the L4S Sporting clay shotgun, a light and nimble claybusting machine from Italy. Having shot with a Beretta 303 for years, I am a big fan of semi-automatics for some forms of clay shooting, notably

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German influence on clay gun design

Andy Powell looks at the influence of German gunmakers on clay shooting gun design. Shooting out on the clay circuits and working in one of the busiest gun rooms and shooting grounds in the UK, I can’t help noticing the

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Triggering better scores

There’s a lot to like about the Caesar Guerini Invictus I Ascent, especially those triggers, says Richard Atkins. We have featured several Caesar Guerini guns in these pages and they have so far proven very well received. This month’s test

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Skeet double

Richard Atkins reviews two 24g Skeet shells from Fiocchi, the Official Competition and TT Two It has been a while since we last looked at Skeet cartridges, so it was interesting to receive a pair of 24 gram 9.5 shot

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Purdey Sporter: first look

Here we’re taking a first look at the famous London gunmaker’s new Sporter, developed with the help of a top American shotgun coach James Purdey & Sons are undoubtedly one of the world’s best known and respected gunmakers, but generally

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Gun test: Browning B725 Pro Master

For Richard Atkins, the master is truly at work as he checks out the credentials of Browning’s newly launched B725 Pro Master target O/U. Browning designers have been very busy over recent years, with a steady stream of new models

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Target load review w/ Richard Atkins

Richard Atkins reviews 28 gram Target Loads in plastic and fibre wad from Spanish maker Rio The Rio cartridge brand has a long history, having been founded in 1896. Now a part of the large and successful Maxam Outdoors company,

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Richard Atkins tests the ATA Supersport Adjustable

This leading Turkish gun maker adds another new model to its clay shooting stable. Richard Atkins reports. Turkish gunmakers have clearly made considerable progress in the UK over recent years. The guns now coming out of Turkish factories are increasingly

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