Competition

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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Blaser F3 Supersport review

Becky McKenzie is impressed from the moment she closes the action of the legendary F3 Supersport. This month I’ve had the opportunity to review a Blaser F3 Supersport, all thanks to Orston Shooting Ground in Nottinghamshire, who offered to loan me

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Best skeet guns on the market right now

Eight of the best skeet guns that can deliver that perfect 25/25. Just down to you then. What makes the perfect Skeet gun? Stuart Smith, MD at Eriswell Lodge and current CPSA ranked No.1 English Skeet shot, has the answer.

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Looking ahead to the Purdey Cup

Do you need an excuse to get that old heirloom Purdey out of the cabinet and give it an airing? The Purdey Cup at Royal Berkshire Shooting School could be just the ticket. It’s a fun 100-bird clay competition shot

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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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David Radulovich interview

Team USA’s David Radulovich says coaches and competitors need to develop new techniques to stay at the top of the game. The standard of shooting worldwide has risen massively over the past 20 years, particularly at the top level of

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What are the best premium cartridges?

Neville Jay, Essex Gun owner, urges us to go premium. Neville, together with his son Chris, runs Essex Gun, a well-loved retail business with branches in Rush Green and Braintree. Established from modest beginnings just over 40 years ago, father

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Caesar Guerini Invictus I Ascent – review by Becky McKenzie

Becky McKenzie is smitten with the looks and handling of the Caesar Guerini Invictus I Ascent. I’ll admit I’ve not been a massive fan of Caesar Guerini, but that’s only because I have only ever tried a couple of early

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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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