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The future’s bright

As we enter another Olympic year, Anita North is excited about our chances at Tokyo and beyond. It’s exciting to think that when this story is posted online, we will be in an Olympic year! I’m writing this article in

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Birmingham 2022 shooting talks continue

Commonwealth Games Federation president Dame Louise Martin says she is determined to have shooting involved in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. She was due to attend an ISSF meeting on 7 December and stated that she was “committed to working

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Best of British

The country’s top Skeet and Trap shooters gathered for the British Shooting Grand Final 2019. Anita North reports The last weekend of September saw Olympic Trap and Skeet shooters gather at Fauxdegla Shooting Ground for this year’s British Shooting Shotgun

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Tough at the top

Team GB’s shooters put in a strong performance at a challenging World Cup in Finland, but medals eluded them, reports Anita North The last World Cup this year took place in Lahti, Finland, in August. It was interesting to watch

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Skeet double

Richard Atkins reviews two 24g Skeet shells from Fiocchi, the Official Competition and TT Two It has been a while since we last looked at Skeet cartridges, so it was interesting to receive a pair of 24 gram 9.5 shot

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Negotiations under way for shooting competition in 2022…

Negotiations have begun in an effort to secure a Commonwealth Shooting Championships around the time of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, with Altcar Ranges near Liverpool being floated as a possible venue.  The Birmingham 2022 organisers confirmed shooting would not

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British Shooting opens the door

James Marchington attends the governing body’s open day for an insight into their plans for the sport British Shooting wants to work more closely with the shooting industry and media. Of course, funding is part of the story – but

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Tokyo here we come!

Steven Seligmann of British Shooting is looking forward to seeing our athletes compete in the 2020 Olympics. There’s just over a year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games – and British Shooting is looking forward with

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ISSF have their say on exclusion of shooting at 2022 Commonwealth Games

After British Shooting expressed disappointment that the sport of target shooting will not be included at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, ISSF expressed ‘great regret’ when learning of the news. It will be the first time since 1970 that shooting will

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Fibre clay loads for simulated days

Simulated game days are very much in vogue at the moment and a lighter load will increase your enjoyment without beating you up. In the olden days, ‘big is best’ was the clay shooter’s maxim, with Fitasc shooters able to

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