Clay Shooting

Ethan Lowry on building core strength

Ethan Lowry takes a muscular approach to shooting with a look at the importance of building core strength. Ethan Lowry is a physiotherapist and a researcher specialising in pain and nutrition. He makes it to the clay ground two or

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Ben Cartwright’s Italian adventure

Ben Cartwright heads out to Lake Garda to discover the amazing world of the great Italian gunmakers How do you manage to convince your slightly-suspicious-of-shooting partner that she would love to visit the home of Italian gunmaking? In my case,

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Richard Atkins tests the FOB Viper BG cartridge

The FOB Viper BG is a fibre wad cartridge with an important difference. Could it offer the best of two worlds, asks Richard Atkins Clay Shooting magazine recently featured two FOB plastic wad cartridges, the Viper BJ and the World;

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Clay Shooting Classic: The Final Scores

The 2019 Clay Shooting Classic has come to an end and we have the final results for you. Click here to view the final standings for the Clay Shooting Classic.

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A first for Aberdeen Shooting School

Six members of Thistle Ladies Shooting Club were among nine candidates who have passed the Scottish Clay Target Association (SCTA) Safety Officer and Corporate Instructors course. Held over two days (17th and 18th May) and hosted by Aberdeen Shooting School,

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BSYS round-up

In case you missed any of our coverage, here is the final round-up of the British Schools and Young Shots Championship. Josh Bennion shot a perfect 50-straight to lift the High Gun trophy at Clay Shooting’s prestigious British Schools &

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Matt Coward-Holley wins silver in Trap at the ISSF World Cup

After a heart-stopping final, on Thursday 16th May, young shooter Matt Coward-Holley won a Trap silver medal at the ISSF Changwon World Cup, missing out on gold by the narrowest of margins. Though naturally disappointed to have lost out at

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Starting gun

Jonathan McGee is embarking on an exciting new journey with Ben Husthwaite as his capable guide. He tells us how his dreams came true. My clay shooting story started 21 years ago, at the age of 13, when I was

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Bennion Bags British Schools and Young Shots High Gun

The next generation of shooting was on show at the British Schools and Young Shots Championship on Saturday – and Josh Bennion was crowned the overall High Gun. Smashing a full set of 50 clays on the Red course at

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Kirsty Barr wins silver and quota in Al Ain

Great Britain has won the first quota place for Tokyo 2020 Olympic clay shooting events, thanks to Kirsty Barr’s silver in the World Cup at Al Ain. The Northern Irish shooter performed fantastically as she went toe to toe with

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