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Clay shooting after lockdown with Leah Southall

After weeks in lockdown, Leah is finally able to get out shooting – but has she lost her touch? It was another boring month sat in lockdown, the second since this whole fiasco started. My life consisted of college work, eating,

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Back to shooting as lockdown eases

As the grounds open up again, Anita North has some timely advice for shooters getting back out on the range. There were loud cheers and lots of jumping up and down for joy when the CPSA announced that shooting grounds

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Clay Shooting Magazine 150 is on sale NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available! Clay shooting is back! The CPSA and shooting grounds have worked hard to come up with a system that meets the guidelines while still getting shooters round the course smoothly

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It’s official – registered clay shoots are back

PSA Registered competitions are up and running at shooting grounds in England, complying with Covid-19 regulations to minimise any risks. The Clay Shooting Company and Podimore were among the first to run Registered shoots in early June, closely followed by

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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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CPSA CEO Iain Parker interview

After an intervention that certainly did his sport no harm, we catch up with Iain Parker, the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association CEO and ask him about the present, and future, of the sport. Last month, the CEO of the CPSA,

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Clay Shooting 149 is out NOW!

The latest issue of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available to purchase! As the lockdown is eased, shooting is tentatively getting under way again. More and more grounds are offering restricted opening under guidance from the CPSA, with strict measures in place to prevent the

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Preparing for a return to shooting post-lockdown

Shooting instructor Andy Powell explains what you can do to prepare for the long-awaited return to shooting. As I write the world is in a very strange place; the pandemic is something that none of us has ever experienced before. Like

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Steel shot for clay shooting – is it the future?

Steel shot may be the future for game shooters, but does it have a place in clay shooting? James Simon investigates. In 2017 a 91-year-old national treasure showed us images of albatross chicks eating a diet of plastic. A year

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West London Shooting School re-opening to trial guidelines from May 21st

Following the Prime Ministers update to lockdown restrictions, West London Shooting School will be re-opening to trial guidelines they have put in place from Thursday 21st May when there will be limited capacity for lessons and practise rounds including the rifle range. They

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