CPSA

Eyes and ears

Jasper Fellows helps to keep your senses intact by breaking down the basics of protective equipment. When most people think of gun safety, they think of the damage that can be done to anyone unfortunate enough to be stood at the

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New CPSA classification rules

CPSA classifications will be issued four times a year instead of twice under new rules that come into effect on 1 December. You will also need to shoot more targets to gain a classification.  Going down a class will require

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Sporting Clay shotguns: The editor’s choice

James Marchington lists his personal favourite guns for Sporting clay shooting This month I thought I would give you my personal take on the guns that have given me the most enjoyment shooting clays. Inevitably that means I have hit

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Clay Shooting news round-up

These are the latest stories from the clay shooting world that you might have missed. Ladies at Coley’s Hannah Gibson won the top prize at the first annual Ladies Open Sporting competition at Ian Coley. Hannah scored 89 ex-100, two

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Skeet double

Richard Atkins reviews two 24g Skeet shells from Fiocchi, the Official Competition and TT Two It has been a while since we last looked at Skeet cartridges, so it was interesting to receive a pair of 24 gram 9.5 shot

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Editor’s report from British Open

Richard Faulds caps off a fantastic summer as last year’s champion beat stiff opposition to retain his crown at High Lodge. James Marchington reports. ichard Faulds retained his British Open English Sporting Champion title at High Lodge on 1 September,

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British Shooting opens the door

James Marchington attends the governing body’s open day for an insight into their plans for the sport British Shooting wants to work more closely with the shooting industry and media. Of course, funding is part of the story – but

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Signal boosting

Clay Shooting’s correspondent Ollie Harvey reports from the Royal Signals Corps Championships in Dorset As the Royal Signals celebrated their 99th anniversary on 28 June, I joined the troops at Blandford Camp for the annual Corps Championships. Against the stunning

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Guy Franklin Wins CPSA Champion of Champions at the Game Fair

The stage was set at this year’s Game Fair at Hatfield House on 27th July, as Guy Franklin won the CPSA Champion of Champions title after defeating defending champion Billy Baughan. He won the prestigious title at the annual clay-target

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Mitchell Brooker-Smith is facing down the storm

Mitchell Brooker-Smith starts the British Shooting shotgun series with a bang. Round 1 of the British Shooting shotgun series, kindly hosted by the National Clay Shooting Centre, Bisley took place on 27-28 April. This was going to be a different

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