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Winchester 6500 review w/ Becky McKenzie

A Winchester 6500 brings back happy memories while a sparkling new ATA impresses Becky McKenzie. I started shooting back in 2005, using my husband John’s Winchester 6500, a 12 gauge 30in fixed choke Sporter. This one was also left handed! I

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GBSA nominated Beretta 694 review with Becky McKenzie

The Italian gunmaker’s latest claybuster offers technical improvements, but will Becky McKenzie like how it shoots?  I feel rather spoilt for choice now I am doing these gun reviews for Clay Shooting magazine. I’ve been wanting to try a Beretta, and

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Tips from former Clay Shooting Classic winner Ben Husthwaite

As we continue on our countdown to the 2021 Clay Shooting Classic, we’re going back into the archives for some tips from former winner Ben Husthwaite. The Clay Shooting Classic is firmly established as one of the highlights of the

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Former Classic winner Sam Green on the importance of supporting young shots

Fitasc world champion Sam Green and former Clay Shooting Classic winner discusses his career, and the importance of supporting young shots, with Jasper Fellows The Clay Shooting Classic is firmly established as one of the highlights of the clay shooting

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Zoli Z-Sport review with Becky McKenzie

Becky McKenzie is back with her latest review and looks back fondly on seven years competing successfully with her Zoli Sporter. I started my shooting career with a Winchester 6500, and shot the poor thing until it just about fell to

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Best trap shotguns 2021

Paul Henderson, Gunroom Manager at Bywell Shooting Ground, explains what to look for when buying a Trap gun, and selects some likely candidates. As I always say, there are only two cast-iron rules to follow when you are shooting –

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How to plan for clay shooting success w/ Georgina Roberts

Georgina Roberts explains how to plan for clay shooting success, and stick to it! Clay shooters should take heed of the aphorism credited to Benjamin Franklin: ‘By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail.’ Time is precious, so we

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Road to the Classic 2021: Getting your shotgun licence

As we gear up for the 2021 Clay Shooting Classic, we’re exploring how you can set off on your journey from amateur to the Classic. This time, James Marchington explains how to get your shotgun licence Last month we looked

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The importance of winter training

Rhys Plum talks to US shooter and former world champion Gebben Miles about the importance of winter training The dark mornings of winter and frost on the ground signal not just the end of summer, but also the end of

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Road to the Classic 2021: Buying your first shotgun

As we gear up for the 2021 Clay Shooting Classic, we’re exploring how you can set off on your journey from amateur to the Classic. James Marchington offers some advice on how to go about buying your first shotgun. I’m

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