Have a sneak peak inside the March 2018 issue of Clay Shooting magazine. It’s a Guns and Grounds Special!
Finally, the new clay shooting season is upon us. The first competitions and events are looming large and it’s time for you to start planning which of the many shows and tournaments you’ll be attending over the spring and throughout the summer. The new issue of Clay Shooting has an in-depth guide to where to go and what to see, broken down into the ten most popular disciplines. It really is a must-read for all participants and fans of our sport.
Where do you shoot and how do you rate your ground? And, more to the point, does it feature in the 2018 Nation’s Favourite Shooting Ground round-up? Every year Clay Shooting organises this unique competition, with the results voted for by you, the reader. Thousands of votes have been collated and hundreds of grounds voted for, but just 34 clubs make it into our hallowed pages. The winner? Well, you’ll have to read the issue.
Guns feature heavily in this issue. Indeed, so much so that we’ve dubbed it the Guns and Grounds Special. We take a look at a collection of six Sporting guns that won’t break the bank (great for beginners and experienced shots alike), plus Vic Harker reviews the new Rizzini RB and Richard Atkins tests the new version of the classic Browning B275 Sporter. If you have money burning that proverbial hole then we’ll show you how to spend it.
Plus! And exclusive interview with the 16-year-old Skeet Champion Megan Jones, a feature on ten of the best university clay clubs, advice on foot placement when shooting, a visit to the Mendip Shooting Ground, the latest news, events, fixtures and result and, of course, much more.
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