The new edition of Clay Shooting Magazine lockdown! With grounds closed and shoots cancelled, we’ve got heaps of help and advice to keep you occupied at home.
We’ve got advice that ranges from fitness and gun mounting exercises to giving your gun the deep clean you always meant to.
Plus there’s a gun test on the new Browning B725S Sporter, how to hit driven targets, a look at what shooting might be like in 10 years time, and much more, as we will discuss below.
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Shooting grounds and gunshops shut their gates as soon as government advice became clear, the governing bodies did the decent thing and called a halt to competitions at all levels. Shooters themselves shrugged and resigned themselves to staying at home. It’s no fun, but it’s the right thing to do, and we did it.
Shooters are by definition some of the most responsible and law-abiding people in the country. If you aren’t, you don’t get granted a shotgun certificate. It’s been good to see them not just abiding by government guidelines, but stepping up wherever possible to support the wider community.
And we have some great content for you in this month’s edition. We’ve got a great interview with this month’s cover star James Bradley-Day, as well as some great suggestions for what you can do to stay busy and keep yourself sharp while locked down.