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SPONSORED: West of England Game Fair 2020 – fly casting at its best!

World and European Casting champion Hywel Morgan will impart his passion, enthusiasm and knowledge at the 2020 West of England Game Fair. The event, which celebrates its 25th anniversary, takes place at the Royal Bath & West Showground in Somerset

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Mitchell Brooker-Smith is home on the range

With one exam behind him, clay shooter Mitchell is preparing for some big competitions. For me, January was a month of sacrifice but also success. It would be hard to ask for a better start to 2020, what with my

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Skeet’s rising star

Becky Kibble’s success at the World Skeet Masters was just the latest achievement for this remarkable shot, writes Murray Thomson Watching Becky Kibble win the Ladies High Gun at the World Skeet Masters, you would think she’d been shooting all

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No time to hibernate

Anita North offers some advice on making the most of the winter break in competitions Winter is upon us, and if you are active in competitive shooting, that means a break in competitions. So what do you do when the competition

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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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Clay Shooting Magazine 137 is out NOW

The latest edition is available now for purchase or subscription! In a month full of highlights the standout event must be our own Clay Shooting Classic at Garlands, and of course we have a full report on six days of

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Shooting up a storm

Mike Bartlett reports on the month’s shooting, and the inevitable role of the wind in the season’s early competitions Since the last issue there has been the English Open Compak at Orston and the first England Sporting selection shoot at

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Clay Shooting Magazine 135 is out now!

This issue of Clay Shooting covers the first big competitions of the season and gets stuck into a rich selection of features from the best in the business. Richard Atkins is takes a close look at the lovely Caesar Guerini

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Shooting for supper with Mike Bartlett

Mike Bartlett sets out to answer the most important question of all: who will cook dinner? February was  a time for booking competitions. Many of the majors opened for booking this month and experience from last year tells us that

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Budget clay shells

You needn’t shell out to get outstanding shells. Here we present a roundup of the most popular clay cartridges! With a huge variety of cartridges on offer, it can be hard to make an informed choice. Here, our cartridge expert

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