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Shotgun maintenance: How to clean your gun at home

In the latest edition of our series on how to clean your gun at home during lockdown 2, we’re moving onto the receiver and action. The receiver houses the mechanisms that lock down the barrels to form a strong, serviceable

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Gun maintenance tips: How to clean your gun at home

With shooting on hold, Richard Atkins explains all the best gun maintenance tips you can use to clean your gun at home, and get to know it better in the process. Today, we’re starting with the set up and then

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Tim Greenwood on gun maintenance

Gun maintenance may not be the most glamorous part of shooting, but it is perhaps the most important. Follow Tim Greenwood’s maintenance routine Let’s start with the muzzle – do you have multi-chokes fitted? If so, when did you last

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Clay Shooting Magazine 155 is out NOW

Christmas is coming! This year things will be rather different from usual, but it’s still Christmas! I’m sure like me you’ll be spending as much time as possible with family and friends, even if it’s via Zoom and Facetime. Hopefully

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Best Christmas gift ideas for clay shooters

T’was the month before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring, apart from your mouse as you desperately search for the perfect gift before the 25th. Relax, we’ve got you covered with enough gift ideas to

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Browning B525 SL review w/ Becky McKenzie

Becky McKenzie is drawn to the look of the distinctive grey laminated Browning Sporter, but will she likes how it shoots? Read her review to find out! I spied the Browning SL or ‘Sporting Laminate’ stock a few years ago

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Clay Shooting 154 is on sale NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is on sale now! The big competitions are back! In this month’s Clay Shooting magazine we report from the British Open Sporting Championship, the climax of the English Sporting year – which at one time looked like

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How to get started in clay shooting

Thinking of trying shooting? We’d love to have you onboard! James Marchington explains how to get started. There are many great reasons to take up shooting. It gets you outdoors in the fresh air. It develops new skills and knowledge. 

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Keep your gun safe and legal

Lloyd Pattison looks at the options for keeping your gun safe and legal when you’re on the road Driving with your gun to a shoot is part and parcel of the sport, but not something to be taken lightly. Not only

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The basics of foot positioning

Bryce explains why correct foot position is the foundation of good technique. I frequently hear shooters talking about the amount of lead a target needs, as if that’s the only thing that matters. Watch them shoot, though, and there’s often

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