Clay Shooting

SPONSORED: Perazzi High Tech

With orders already being placed for custom built Perazzi’s for next year’s competitive clay season, now is the perfect time to choose your new gun. Every Perazzi shotgun can be fitted to each individual shooters specifications and measurements. Read more

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Clay Shooting news round-up

These are the latest stories from the clay shooting world that you might have missed. Ladies at Coley’s Hannah Gibson won the top prize at the first annual Ladies Open Sporting competition at Ian Coley. Hannah scored 89 ex-100, two

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Purdey Sporter: first look

Here we’re taking a first look at the famous London gunmaker’s new Sporter, developed with the help of a top American shotgun coach James Purdey & Sons are undoubtedly one of the world’s best known and respected gunmakers, but generally

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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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Changing chokes

Kate Gatacre talks to Ivan Reid, manager of Teague Chokes, to discover what goes in to designing and developing the chokes they have become so famous for, and hears what’s next for the company It’s fair to say that Teague

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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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Olympic Sporting? Why not?

by Dennis Webb, former member of the British International Board, now the BICTSF It seems ridiculous that Sporting clay shooting, one of the biggest sports in the world, should be excluded from the Olympic Games. When I was an international

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Best selling cartridges

This month we look at the across-the-board best selling cartridges. Whatever you shoot, be it Skeet, Sporting or something spicier, there should be something here to whet your appetite This is a global look at the bestsellers for all clay

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Ahead of the game

Clay Shooting finds out about Simulated Game Days at West London Shooting School Right from the bacon sandwich that starts the day, simulated game days follow the exact same format as a typical game shooting day. This even extends to

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