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The brain game

Shooting clays is a mind game, so how do we train our brains for success? James Simon gets his head around three different methods. I’ll be fine as long as I don’t get called to shoot just before Jason. If I

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SPONSORED: GBSA partner Streamlight

Whether it’s for accurately identifying and spotting your quarry or for safety, a bright and versatile torch is one thing you should always carry. Most newcomers to the sport tend to start out shooting during day light hours, but the

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Shooter’s eye view

James Marchington tests the latest version of the Aimcam, shooting glasses with a built-in video camera. It’s an appealing idea, to be able to record your shooting and play it back afterwards – whether that’s to analyse your performance and perhaps

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Clays in the Cotswolds

Annwen Joffe from Ian Coley Shooting School tells Jasper Fellows how the ground has become a outstanding destination for shooters Head a few short miles south west of the elegant Regency spa town of Cheltenham, and you will soon find

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SPONSORED: Evaluating NSI cartridges

Richard Atkins evaluates two of the latest clay cartridges from leading Italian maker NSI NSI stands for Nobel Sport Italia. The company’s presence has certainly increased since RUAG Ammotec took on the UK distributorship, and with their support for and

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Richard Atkins tests the William Powell Perdix ‘crossover’ shotgun

This attractive Sporter will impress on the clay range and in the field

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