Clay Shooting

The basics of foot positioning

Bryce explains why correct foot position is the foundation of good technique. I frequently hear shooters talking about the amount of lead a target needs, as if that’s the only thing that matters. Watch them shoot, though, and there’s often

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Getting into the right frame of mind for shooting

Mitchell Brooker-Smith needs all his mental strength to get back into the right frame of mind for competition shooting. July 2020 saw me return to the world of competitive shooting. With lockdown restrictions being gradually eased, the CPSA were able

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Clay Shooting 153 is out NOW

The latest issue of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available to purchase! To subscribe to Clay Shooting Magazine, just click follow this link: https://www.magazinesdirect.com/az-magazines/6936409/clay-shooting-magazine-subscription.thtml?j=CSM The game season is here – but you don’t need to be a game shot to

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Why not try a simulated game shoot

Whether you’re preparing for the game season or just looking to have some fun, a simulated game shoot takes some beating, writes James Simon. Perhaps you love clay shooting but you’re drawn to the idea of driven game. Maybe you’re

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Clever Grand Italia cartridge review

Richard Atkins puts Clever’s premium Grand Italia clay cartridges through their paces For years Clever cartridges have largely been associated with the top end of clay shooting. Founded by the Chiampan brothers back in 1952, the company was focused on

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Breda Zenith Sporter and Evolution glasses reviewed

James Marchington breaks out of lockdown with a double test of the Breda Zenith Sporter, and Evolution prescription shooting glasses. You won’t need me to tell you that lockdown was a long time without pulling the trigger. My first opportunity

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Four things clay shooters should wear in the rain

The summer competition season may soon be drawing to a close, and there has been plenty of rain recently, but that won’t stop the dedicated claybuster. There are plenty of grounds offering year-round shooting, with winter series shoots, floodlit practice

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Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress

Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress with a return to training and competition. I’m writing this article in July, and there is progress with the considered return to training and competing for Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet. The international

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Jason Simon reports from Owls Lodge

A deceptively tricky 100 Sporting course at Owls Lodge left some shooters scratching their heads, James Simon reports Step out of the clubhouse at Richard and Tanya Faulds’ Owls Lodge Shooting School onto the green, immaculately manicured grounds and you’ll

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Looking for the right stock with Ben Cartwright

Ben Cartwright took up clay shooting recently. We followed his early progress – now he wants a stock for his Caesar Guerini Figuratively speaking, it took about a year and a half for the lustre on my Caesar Guerini Summit

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