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Olympic shooter Aaron Heading – Clay Shooting interview

Aaron Heading talks to Jasper Fellows about the Olympic delay, The Priory and the hidden benefits of lockdown. In 24 March Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan, released a

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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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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 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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Best clay cartridges – the right kind for every discipline

Ian Coley’s gun shop manager Matt Panter explains which are the best cartridges for every discipline. Matt has an encyclopaedic knowledge of clay shooting, is a key part of Ian Coley’s retail operation for the past 15 years and an

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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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How to get sponsored in clay shooting (pt 2 – tips from shooters)

Recently we showed you a step by step approach on how to get sponsorship deals as you embark on a clay shooting career. Now that we’ve covered the plan, we have tips from those who have done it themselves! Ami

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SPONSORED: Visit Eriswell Lodge Shooting Ground

Head up the tree-lined lane from the gates of RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk and you’ll find yourself among the open skies and grassy fields of Eriswell Lodge Shooting Ground. After Barrow Heath’s sad closure, its regular competitions have been taken

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Mike Yardley tests the L4S Sporting shotgun

Mike Yardley is impressed with the L4S Sporting clay shotgun, a light and nimble claybusting machine from Italy. Having shot with a Beretta 303 for years, I am a big fan of semi-automatics for some forms of clay shooting, notably

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SPONSORED: WJ Bowman at the British Shooting Show

WJ Bowman are bringing a wide range of traps to the British Shooting Show. Their range includes traps for individuals, clubs, commercial grounds and simulated shoots. The Supermatch 1 is, in WJ Bowman’s opinion, the best entry level trap on

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