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Get ready for The Game Fair

The long-running countryside event is back, and better than ever. Here’s what to look forward to. Clay shooters will have an opportunity to buy the hottest new kit, get advice from experts and watch the best of the best compete

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Clay shooting basics: How to survive your first registered shoot

Bryce explains how you’ll know when it’s time to step up to a ‘real’ competition, and what to expect

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Clay shooting clinic: Back to basics

Jason Doyle uncovers the fundamentals of shooting technique during a lesson with Ed Solomons

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How to stay sharp during the off-season

Ben Husthwaite helps you work on your shooting methods during your winter sessions

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Technique tips: The three types of lead

To hit a moving target you have to shoot in front – but there’s more than one way to skin the cat, as Bryce Blandford-Corp explains

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Ben Husthwaite’s tips for shooting under pressure

Ben Husthwaite talks course management and how to prepare for a major

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Caught in a trap: Finding the right chokes and cartridges

If you’re struggling to figure out the best combination of cartridge and chokes for your Trap shotgun, Richard Atkins might have some answers for you…

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Why you need a good pair of shooting glasses

Shooting glasses adjusted precisely to the shape of your face and your gun mount can make all the difference, says Ed Lyons

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5 Shoulder strengtheners to protect you from recoil

Keeping your muscles strong and flexible is essential for any physical activity. The upper body, specifically our torso and shoulders, are incredibly important when it comes to shooting posture and your ability to withstand consistent recoil and maintaining the weight

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Ask the expert: the Trappings of winter

Lesley Goddard answers a question about shooting Trap in winter

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