Clay Shooting Magazine 158 is available NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available to purchase or as part of your subscription.

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Well here we are back in lockdown – but there’s light at the end of the tunnel and the 2021 clay calendar is filling up. There’s all the usual British and English Open Championships, the Worlds at EJ Churchill, our own Clay Shooting Classic, plus a full calendar of ISSF World Cups and World
Championships and of course the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Time will tell whether these events are able to go ahead, and what restrictions might be in place – but it’s great to see such confidence. You can read about the coming season in the latest issue of Clay Shooting Magazine,
out shortly.

Also in this issue we kick off a new series to help you raise your shooting game, with expert advice and tips from multiple English and Fitasc Sporting star Matt Hance.

This month he starts with a look at the fundamentals of gun fit, footwork and posture, and explains why even the most experienced shot needs to return to those basics regularly. Next month he’ll be talking about
movement and how to achieve a smooth swing.

Plus we have a feature on how to prepare for the coming clay season, as well as an in-depth look at recoil – how it can affect you and what steps you can take to minimise its effects.

Becky McKenzie tests a Beretta A400 semi-auto, Richard Atkins tests some 24g shells from Rio, and I’ve been to Kibworth to find out more about Ben Husthwaite’s latest invention, the Method Gateway.

And there’s loads more, from an in-depth look at British Shooting’s Talent Pathway, to a first look at Beretta’s new Silver Pigeon Sporter and an interview with a young Welsh shooter who’s making waves in Olympic Trap.


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