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Looking ahead to clay shooting in 2021

Jasper Fellows looks ahead to some of the top clay shooting events and competitions of 2021. It’s fair to say 2020 was a bit of a wash out. Despite our best intentions many competitions, from the mighty Olympic games to

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Clay Shooting 157 is out NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available for download and purchase We may be back in lockdown with shooting grounds closed once again, but when we’re finally allowed out again it’s going to be a great year

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British Shooting’s grand return – James Marchington reports

British Shooting’s Grand Festival saw a welcome return to top level competition for our elite shooters. James Marchington reports It’s been a tough year for elite sport – shooting included – with ranges closed and our top shots unable to

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Taking a look at EJ Churchill’s new ground at Swinton

James Marchington visits the new EJ Churchill shooting ground in North Yorkshire. A glance at the entry list told you this shoot was something special. The biggest names in Sporting clays, at least in the North of England, had flocked

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What are the best value for money cartridges?

Peter Saich, freelance Level 2 coach and CPSA director, reviews competitively priced cartridges. Peter’s love of shooting started at an early age, shooting vermin around the farm with his father more than 40 years ago. That led him to start

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Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress

Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress with a return to training and competition. I’m writing this article in July, and there is progress with the considered return to training and competing for Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet. The international

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Jason Simon reports from Owls Lodge

A deceptively tricky 100 Sporting course at Owls Lodge left some shooters scratching their heads, James Simon reports Step out of the clubhouse at Richard and Tanya Faulds’ Owls Lodge Shooting School onto the green, immaculately manicured grounds and you’ll

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Anita North on clay grounds re-opening

Look forward to training and preparing for competitions It’s great to see that shooters in Scotland and Wales are starting to return to training and fixtures are being added to the calendar. In England, it really has been great to

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Best clay shooting shells – our expert selections

John Robinson – top-level shooting coach, elite triathlete and Mountain Rescue leader – gives us his top picks on the best clay shooting shells John is one of those people who has somehow managed to fit at three lifetimes of

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Back to shooting as lockdown eases

As the grounds open up again, Anita North has some timely advice for shooters getting back out on the range. There were loud cheers and lots of jumping up and down for joy when the CPSA announced that shooting grounds

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