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CPSA’s coronavirus safety guide

Shooting grounds have now reopened, and the CPSA have released a safety guide on how to protect yourself from Covid-19. You can read the guide in full below: We have all been living through difficult times and shooting facilities remained

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How to hit looper targets in clay shooting

Andy Powell explains two preferred methods of consistently hitting the dreaded looper target. It’s one of the hardest things to get to grips with in shotgun shooting: understanding first what the target is actually doing, and then how you and your

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Fausti XF4 review

Becky McKenzie reviews not one but two Fausti XF4s – and she’s impressed! I felt honoured to have been selected to test a Fausti XF4, which was loaned to me by Tony Laughton of Fausti UK, based at Stag Country

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Krieghoff K80 Super Sporter – Becky McKenzie’s gun of choice

Becky McKenzie tells how she fell in love with a Krieghoff K80 Super Sporter and tweaked it to be her perfect shooting companion. I starting shooting a Krieghoff back in 2007. I had started my shooting career with a Winchester

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Maionchi AZ20 cartridge test

Richard Atkins tests an old favourite Italian target load, the AZ20, in plastic and fibre wad versions. I was pleased to see the return of Maionchi cartridges – and several of my clay shooting pals felt likewise. Back in the

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CPSA star Ami Hedgecock interview

Ami Hedgecock, CPSA Emerging Shooter of the Year 2020, talks training, trophies and Toyotas with Jasper Fellows For the past nine years, illustrious members of the clay-shooting community have gathered every February to celebrate the best of the best at

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Browning B725 Sporter: Gun test

It’s love at first shot when Mike Yardley tests the latest Browning B725 Sporter that was due to be launched at IWA. The Browning 725 has developed a considerable following since it was first launched in Hungary in December 2011,

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Balancing Shooting with exams w/ Leah Southall

Leah Southall will have her work cut out as she ramps up her shooting and tackles her AS exams. This year marks my fourth year of shooting – I started in March 2016 – and 2020 is also going to be

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German influence on clay gun design

Andy Powell looks at the influence of German gunmakers on clay shooting gun design. Shooting out on the clay circuits and working in one of the busiest gun rooms and shooting grounds in the UK, I can’t help noticing the

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Looking ahead to the 2020 Great British Shooting Show

For all the game, clay and practical shooters amongst you, meet the manufacturers and discuss your needs for 2020’s game season and competition scene. GMKs Beretta range and the very stylish Benellis have a superb following with the competition shooters

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