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See better, shoot better! Vision and shooting are intrinsically linked – the accuracy with which you see the target dictates how you make the move to shoot it. What if you could improve that process and make your visual system

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Clever Grand Italia cartridge review

Richard Atkins puts Clever’s premium Grand Italia clay cartridges through their paces For years Clever cartridges have largely been associated with the top end of clay shooting. Founded by the Chiampan brothers back in 1952, the company was focused on

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What are the best premium cartridges?

Neville Jay, Essex Gun owner, urges us to go premium. Neville, together with his son Chris, runs Essex Gun, a well-loved retail business with branches in Rush Green and Braintree. Established from modest beginnings just over 40 years ago, father

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Nutrition plans for clay shooters

Eat better, shoot better. Whatever our level of shooting, we all need the right fuel to compete at our best, says James Simon Take a look at most Olympic sports and, even at a local club level, you’ll find a

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Olympic shooter Aaron Heading – Clay Shooting interview

Aaron Heading talks to Jasper Fellows about the Olympic delay, The Priory and the hidden benefits of lockdown. In 24 March Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan, released a

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Tips on improving vision for clay shooting

Vision is fundamental to good shooting, and Ed Lyons explains how you can improve your performance with a little expert help. One of the most common questions I was asked during the lockdown period is “what can I do to improve

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Latest updates on Coronavirus in shooting

Shooting competitions and trade events are being cancelled and postponed as part of measures to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. Several international championships as well as smaller events have been postponed or cancelled thus far – including the Tokyo

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How to get sponsored in clay shooting (pt 2 – tips from shooters)

Recently we showed you a step by step approach on how to get sponsorship deals as you embark on a clay shooting career. Now that we’ve covered the plan, we have tips from those who have done it themselves! Ami

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Georgina Roberts is trying to get young people shooting

Shooting is a very inclusive sport. It can be enjoyed competitively or as a bit of family fun. In order for shooting to grow and develop, we need to work to encourage and support the next generation of shooters and

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Mitchell Brooker-Smith’s Olympic Skeet win

Mitchell Brooker-Smith blows away the Christmas cobwebs with an Olympic clay shooting Skeet win at South Wales 2000. What better way to celebrate the festive season than South Wales 2000’s Olympic Skeet team Christmas shoot! I’ve been extremely busy these

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