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SPONSORED: Evaluating NSI cartridges

Richard Atkins evaluates two of the latest clay cartridges from leading Italian maker NSI NSI stands for Nobel Sport Italia. The company’s presence has certainly increased since RUAG Ammotec took on the UK distributorship, and with their support for and

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EJ Churchill’s new world order

The 41st World FITASC Championship returned to the UK after a 14 year break. Don Brunt went along to watch the action. When it comes to hosting large-scale Sporting events in the UK, EJ Churchill has gained something of a

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A selection of 21gm practice clay loads

Cartridges with 21gm loads have boomed in popularity since their introduction in 2007 and are ideal for practice, simulated days and as a way of reducing recoil. Between 2006 and 2007 the price of lead more than doubled, hitting an

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EJ Churchill launch George Digweed Academy

How anyone can learn the technique that enabled George Digweed MBE to win 26 world titles and over 150 international titles? EJ Churchill Shooting Ground in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, has launched the George Digweed Academy. George worked with the ground’s

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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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Limited sight, big vision

Kate Gatacre talks to Ken Newman, founder and owner of Custom Stockz, the company that has revolutionised the look of many a shooter’s gun on the clay circuit. Ken Newman isn’t what you’d expect of an airbrush artist. When he

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Ethan Lowry on hand-eye coordination

Ethan Lowry on the importance of developing strong hand-eye coordination to enhance your shooting prowess Clay shooting actually involves more of the senses than people may think. You’re holding the gun (touch), watching for the clay (sight) and listening for

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Looking back at the English Open

Don Brunt watches events unfold at the English Open, and sees shooter after shooter defeated by one of the trickiest Sporting stands ever seen. The 2019 English Open Sporting took place on 22-26 May at West Midlands Shooting Ground, Hodnet.

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Ask the experts!

It’s that time again for the Clay Shooting Magazine Q&A, so let us know if you have any questions, because we have the experts to answer them! If you would like to get in touch, then please send your questions

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Fibre clay loads for simulated days

Simulated game days are very much in vogue at the moment and a lighter load will increase your enjoyment without beating you up. In the olden days, ‘big is best’ was the clay shooter’s maxim, with Fitasc shooters able to

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