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Getting into clay shooting

Clay shooting is loads of fun and a great way to make new friends. So, find yourself a good instructor and make sure that your first go is safe and enjoyable. Why are more and more people, regardless of their age,

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Qualifying as a clay shooting coach w/ James Simon

Want to make a difference? Give something back? Bask in the warm glow of shared glory? Then qualifying as a clay shooting coach could be an ideal career choice says James Simon Very often our boundless enthusiasm for our sport

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British Army Clay Shooting Team – interview

Captain of the British Army Clay Shooting Team, Major Jason Wright, explains the benefits of Clay Shooting in the British Army to Jasper Fellows From the stoic Queen’s Guard to the rough and ready Paras, all British Army personnel share

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Atkin Grand & Lang Shooting Ground – a tour with Clay Shooting

Julian Watson gives Jasper Fellows a tour of the workshop, gunroom and Sporting stands of Atkin, Grant & Lang Shooting Ground In 1821 three renowned gunsmiths, Henry Atkin, Stephen Grant and Joseph Lang joined forces to create a new firm,

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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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Looking ahead to clay shooting in 2021

Jasper Fellows looks ahead to some of the top clay shooting events and competitions of 2021. It’s fair to say 2020 was a bit of a wash out. Despite our best intentions many competitions, from the mighty Olympic games to

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How does a shooting ground get registered?

The CPSA’s Richard Worthington explains what it takes for a shooting ground to get ‘registered‘. A ground must be rated as ‘CPSA Registered’ to host CPSA Registered shoots, but what does it take for a ground to earn this status,

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CPSA Coach of the Year Lee Wilcoxson interview

CPSA Coach of the Year and DTL shooter Lee Wilcoxson discusses his career and inspirations with Jasper Fellows While most of us are slowly pushing our scores up at the local Sunday registered, Lee Willcoxson is shooting DTL for England.

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The Open that almost never was…

Outsider Dave Ferriman lifted the coveted British Open trophy at the Championship that almost never happened. James Marchington reports Dave Ferriman, the 25-year-old gunroom manager at the popular Sporting Targets shooting ground in Bedfordshire, is the new British Open English

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James Simon reports on Peter Chester’s victory at the World Skeet Masters

After a long gap from shooting, Peter Chester burst back onto the scene, winning the World Skeet Masters, reports James Simon This year has marked a remarkable come-back for Peter Chester. After more than a decade away from shooting, he has

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