Get more youngsters involved in the sport with the new issue of Clay Shooting

This month’s Clay Shooting is out now and it’s all about getting more young people involved in the sport, celebrating the talented new generation of shooters!

Want to get into clay shooting, but feel a bit daunted by all the talk of disciplines and competitions? Or perhaps you’re an experienced shot who desperately wants to get your mates involved. Well, the July 2018 issue of Clay Shooting is for you.

This issue celebrates the young shooters and the beginners who are the future of our great sport. There’s coverage of the British Schools and Young Shots Championships 2018, including an exclusive interview with winner Alfie Tibbles. We also share tips on how to introduce newcomers to the sport, from first shots to joining an organisation.

But don’t think we’ve forgotten to cater for experienced guns – there’s plenty of tips, tricks and tuition to take your game to the next level. Ben Husthwaite shares his techniques for constructing a 100-straight under pressure, and we review the latest guise of Browning’s Ultra XS Pro. Richard Atkins compares two all-round cartridges from NSI, and Kristian Reilly compares several varieties of stock finish.

And we’ve been out and about too, reporting from the English Open at Atkin, Grant & Lang and the OSK Championships at South Wales 2000. Plus we visit the Northern Shooting Show in Harrogate and pay a visit to Fennes shooting ground.

Click here to buy the new issue, or subscribe today and enjoy Clay Shooting Magazine delivered straight to your door, tablet or phone!

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