It’s been another month jam-packed with clay competitions. As always, Clay Shooting brings you highlights from the big events.
We have reports from the World Fitasc Sporting at EJ Churchill, the Perazzi Grand Prix at Mid Wales, the ICTSF World Sporting in Ireland, and of course all the action from the Game Fair at Hatfield House at the end of July.
The Game Fair saw some real drama played out in front of a packed grandstand at the shooting arena, with Billy Baughan winning the Game Fair Challenge, Guy Franklin winning back the Champion of Champions title that Billy took off him last year, and Tristan Hockey successfully defending his Colts Challenge title against the country’s best young shots.
This issue also covers loads of kit, with an in-depth review of the new Browning Pro Master clay gun, a peep behind the scenes at Teague Chokes, and a roundup of police-approved gun safes. Our buyers’ guides this month feature the Ian Coley gunroom team’s pick of guns for Trap shooting and Just Cartridges’ top selling target loads.
On top of all that, we visit to the lovely Dovey Valley in Wales and go on a simulated game day with West London Shooting School. Jonathan McGee attends a training day with Ben Husthwaite, Ben Cartwright tries his hand at Skeet and DTL, and Anita North interviews Matthew Coward-Holley, who has not only won GB a quota place for Tokyo 2020, but has also gone on to become Britain’s first ever Olympic Trap World Champion.
All in all we’re proud to bring you another great issue.
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