Ben Husthwaite

Young Shots Day training with Ben Hustwaite

Recently, a lucky group of under-18s got a free coaching session and more with Ben Husthwaite at Kibworth. James Marchington reports It’s often said we need to encourage more young people into clay shooting, and help them progress, but few people

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Clay Shooting Magazine 155 is out NOW

Christmas is coming! This year things will be rather different from usual, but it’s still Christmas! I’m sure like me you’ll be spending as much time as possible with family and friends, even if it’s via Zoom and Facetime. Hopefully

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Showing the men how it’s done…

English Open Compak ladies champion Becky McKenzie reveals the secrets of her success to Jasper Fellows. Since she burst onto the competitive scene in 2007, Becky McKenzie has been a powerful force in shooting. She has scooped up World Championships

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Ben Husthwaite ramps it up

Jonathan McGee is back for his next training session with Ben Husthwaite, who is upping the ante with the aid of a bucket! It’s hard to describe the excitement I now get from shooting clays. I’m sure many readers have been

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Brain training

Jonathan McGee passes on the training tips from his time in Ben Husthwaite’s intensive sponsored tuition programme The day started like any normal training day, but this time our Gold Tier Team are back where it all began at Kibworth

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World champs in Windy City

Chicago played host to the 2019 World English Sporting Championships, where competitors from 19 nations assembled – Don Brunt was there to watch the action Northbrook Sports Club is without doubt one of the premier grounds in the US, located

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Clay Shooting 139 is out NOW

It’s been another month jam-packed with clay competitions. As always, Clay Shooting brings you highlights from the big events. We have reports from the World Fitasc Sporting at EJ Churchill, the Perazzi Grand Prix at Mid Wales, the ICTSF World

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Solutions for eye dominance problems

Lloyd Pattison takes a look at the solutions on offer for eye-dominance problems Your ideas about eye dominance will be a product of whether you have ever suffered from a disagreement between your dominant hand and your dominant eye. I’m

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Reports from the Jack Pyke English Open

Don Brunt saw shooters tackling close technical targets at the 2019 Jack Pyke English Open The Jack Pyke English Open took place on 19-23 June, with 886 shooters making the journey to Sporting Targets in Bedfordshire to compete for their

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What’s the big eye-dea?

Jonathan McGee attended the launch of Ben Husthwaite’s new Eye D Rail – an opportunity for shooters to learn, have their guns fitted, and of course obliterate some clays! It was set to be the very first event of its

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