This month’s issue of Clay Shooting magazine is on sale now.
With grounds and competitions opening up again, we’ve been able to get out and report on a registered Sporting shoot at Owls Lodge, Richard and Tanya Faulds’ ground.
Plus we’ve been testing some great kit, including Caesar Guerini and Breda clay guns, premium Clever ammo, and some great value shooting glasses.
The feature that really caught my attention, though, was our interview with top US shooter and coach David Radulovich. He points out that the standard of shooting is rising all the time. Just as in other sports, you can’t just tread water – you must keep raising your game.
He explains how you can do just that, using the principle of marginal gains that has brought success for top athletes in other sports such as rowing and cycling. It’s a fascinating read that could change the way you approach your sport.
There’s loads more in this month’s issue, from our pick of 28-bore shotguns to Anita North’s update on the international scene, and British Shooting’s careful return to training as the postponed Tokyo Olympics draw ever nearer. Plus we’ve an interview with British international Ellie Seward who is ‘living the dream’ as her sport takes her around the world to compete for her country.
All this plus the latest news, expert answers to your queries, ordering a custom-made stock at Midlands Gun Services, and more. As a subscriber you should be receiving your copy shortly, and I hope you enjoy reading it.
This might be a good moment to check your subscription details and make sure everything is up to date, maybe even to take advantage of our latest offer to renew your subscription for another 12 months.
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Remember that a subscription to Clay Shooting can make a great gift for shooting friends too – perhaps a youngster who could do with some encouragement and advice.
I hope you are getting out and about and enjoying your shooting once again – and thank you for your continued support of Britain’s best clay shooting magazine!
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