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British Shooting Grand Final

The cream of Britain’s international Skeet and Trap shooters battled it out over a wet and windy two days at Fauxdegla shooting ground in Wales for the honours at the British Shooting Grand Final 2019. The competitors had fought their

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The new issue of Clay Shooting Magazine is out NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available for purchase or subscription. At the height of the competition season events are coming thick and fast, and we’ve got reports from some of the biggest and best this month,

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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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Team gets ready for World Champs

British Shooting are gearing up and have announced the team that will represent GBR at the ISSF Shotgun World Championships in Lonato from 30 June to 11 July. The competition is a key event in the ISSF calendar, featuring Olympic

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Mitchell Brooker-Smith is raring to go!

Sponsors? Check. Prescription shooting glasses? All present and correct. Polo shirt!? It looks like Mitchell Brooker-Smith is starting the season in style The competition season is finally here, but a lot has happened in the off-season. As I have mentioned

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Malaga Madness

Mitchell Brooker-Smith heads out for his first international competition. But will the tempestuous conditions at the Malaga Grand Prix throw him off his game? In January I competed in the Malaga Grand Prix. It was my first international competition, so

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Interview: Matt French

Time to change… Matt French explains why he’s ditching Trap and pursuing a career in Olympic Skeet

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A recap of 2017’s clay shooting triumphs

Can you believe it’s 2018? To celebrate the New Year, we take a nostalgic look back at some of the highlights from the 2017 season…

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Interview: Matt French

Time to change: Matt French explains why he’s ditching Trap and pursuing a career in Olympic Skeet

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British Shooting marks Amber, Ed and Steve for podium success

British Shooting has announced the shooters selected for its 2017/18 World Class Programme. Selected for the top category – deemed most likely for a podium place at Tokyo 2020 – are Amber Hill (OSK), Ed Ling (OT) and Steve Scott

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