cartridges

Punching above their weight

These two 21gram clay cartridges from Rio offer tremendous performance and value for money, says Richard Atkins. The cartridges put through their paces this month are the lighter shot load versions of the Rio 28 gram Target Load cartridges we reviewed

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Rizzini Grand Finale

Everyone’s a winner at the final of  the 2019 Rizzini Series, but Richard Faulds stands out above them all, reports James Marchington. Thank goodness we weren’t doing this yesterday! That was the abiding feeling at the big final of the 2019

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The Beauty of the beast: Top-line Sporting Clays shotgun from Purdey

Mike Yardley, one of Britain’s best known shooting instructors, is blown away by the £75,000 Sporting Clays shotgun from Purdey. It takes quite a lot to get me excited, but the new Purdey Sporting Clays gun has managed to catch

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SPONSORED: Top 3 NSI cartridges rounded up

RUAG were thrilled to announce the addition of Nobel Sport Italia cartridges to their brand portfolio earlier this year following a deal signed at The British Shooting Show. RUAG said: “NSI is a brand which perfectly complements our existing product

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Mid-range cartridges for club or competition

If you don’t want to use budget loads and can’t justify premium competition loads, there is plenty to choose from out there These days, most of us mere mortals struggle to justify the expense of premium competition cartridges, but many

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Clays in the Cotswolds

Annwen Joffe from Ian Coley Shooting School tells Jasper Fellows how the ground has become a outstanding destination for shooters Head a few short miles south west of the elegant Regency spa town of Cheltenham, and you will soon find

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Cold Comfort

Sports scientist Ethan Lowry explains how to make sure adverse conditions don’t ruin your shooting There’s a lot in shooting that you can control. You can buy the best gun and cartridges, be trained by the best coach and spend

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James Marchington: Change is coming…

James Marchington gazes into his crystal ball and wonders what we’ll be shooting in years to come Imagine you’re at your favourite clay ground, heading off to the first stand. You’re looking forward to a fun round of clays – but

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Skeet double

Richard Atkins reviews two 24g Skeet shells from Fiocchi, the Official Competition and TT Two It has been a while since we last looked at Skeet cartridges, so it was interesting to receive a pair of 24 gram 9.5 shot

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Ask the experts

It’s time for the Clay Shooting Magazine Q & A, so let us know if you have any questions, we have the experts to answer them! Fiber Tip Q: One of the shooting grounds I am hoping to visit insists

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