Now is the time to make the trip up to Leeds for the biggest game fair on the planet – the CLA.
Over three days this weekend, the event will host the biggest names in country sports and shooting. There are several clay competitions over the weekend including The Lady Shot of the Year, The Schools Challenge, The Seeland Family Challenge, High Tower Challenge, and many others on the Coaching Line.
You can find Clay Shooting magazine on stand U1358, or the staff will be at one of our top five stands below:
The shooting demonstration and competition area will see plenty of stands led by the British Association of Shooting & Conservation. The Shotgun Coaching Line has been sponsored by Eley, Promatic and Browning, and people can take their first lesson or iron out any kinks if they’re struggling with a particular target.
There will also be a number of game cooking displays, a trophy measuring service, staff with advice on firearms and the latest research and training, and you can meet the BASC North Young Shots Ambassadors.
The new Water Shield now comes as standard on all CENS devices. This nano-coating won’t be visible but it can protect the electronic modules in the plugs by three to five times, even when it’s raining heavily. If you were planning on getting some custom fitted plugs done at the CLA, this is another great reason to pick CENS.
Sunglasses for Sport
With its unrivalled collection of shooting glasses from a variety of companies, Sunglasses for Sport also brings its own top quality eyewear to the party.
You can pick from Pilla, Oakley and a number of popular models, but it is also worth trying out the Evolution Chameleon lens set, especially with its new purple colour that is popular among Olympic discipline shooters.
The company always has special show offers across each of its brands and it can arrange for prescription options on certain styles, so be sure to stay safe with Sunglasses for Sport.
The Noisebreaker is a moulded and vented plug made from silicone rubber to stop harmful sounds getting into your ear canal.
Its built-in filter allows sounds to get through so instructions from referees can be heard.
These shotguns are designed and customised by John Jeffries and have developed a formidable position in the shotgun market. Combined with a special fitting service, there a four models to choose from to suit the shooter.
The original HPX guns are manufactured by Perazzi, but Perazzi HPX has teamed up with Perugini & Visini to put together a brand new model called the HPX Elite, which will be on display at the CLA Game Fair for the first time.
Be sure to head over to the stand and find out what all the fuss is about.