gun fit

Lloyd Pattison’s top training aid suggestions

Are you a new shooter looking to develop your technique, or perhaps an intermediate trying to up your game? These training aids might be the answer, says Lloyd Pattison. RibEye The RibEye’s premise is a simple one, attaching a small

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Mind over body

Research suggests you could boost your scores by ten per cent with some simple breathing exercises. Just imagine for a moment that you could improve your competition scores by around ten per cent at a stroke. There’s no need for extra

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Richard Atkins discusses getting the best value for money on your first gun

Price and performance; should one have to give way to the other? Does paying more really buy you more? Richard Atkins navigates the perilous waters that surround a shooter’s first gun purchase.  Buying a shotgun, especially your first, can be

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Finding the perfect gun fit

There’s no need to be intimidated by gun fit, says Vic Harker

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Joe supports Juniors

Joe Kitson was on hand at a free Junior coaching day at Park Farm SG last week

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