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Shooters to watch

Rachel Draper talks to two young regulars at Atkin Grant & Lang Shooting Ground Lain Blamey The future of clay pigeon shooting as a sport relies on the next generation of shooters. We spoke to Lain Blamey, aged 9, to

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Heading wins Olympic quota place

Aaron Heading secured a Tokyo 2020 Quota Place for Team GB by winning Olympic Trap silver at the European Championships in Lonato on Saturday 7 September. It was one of just two chances the 32-year-old shooter from Lincolnshire had left

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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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Olympic Sporting? Why not?

by Dennis Webb, former member of the British International Board, now the BICTSF It seems ridiculous that Sporting clay shooting, one of the biggest sports in the world, should be excluded from the Olympic Games. When I was an international

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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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Signal boosting

Clay Shooting’s correspondent Ollie Harvey reports from the Royal Signals Corps Championships in Dorset As the Royal Signals celebrated their 99th anniversary on 28 June, I joined the troops at Blandford Camp for the annual Corps Championships. Against the stunning

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Lloyd Pattison’s top training aid suggestions

Are you a new shooter looking to develop your technique, or perhaps an intermediate trying to up your game? These training aids might be the answer, says Lloyd Pattison. RibEye The RibEye’s premise is a simple one, attaching a small

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SPONSORED: Eley Hawk’s Amber cartridges

The perfect cartridge for female clay shots With such a focus on ladies shooting in June we’ve taken a look in our archives to find this in-depth review of the Amber cartridges from Eley Hawk. These fast and powerful magnum

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Anita North reports on the International Grand Prix

After the International Grand Prix in Costa del Sol, British shooters were glinting with medals in the winter sun. Anita North reports In January more than 60 British shooters headed to sunny Spain to compete in the International Grand Prix

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Kirsty Barr wins silver and quota in Al Ain

Great Britain has won the first quota place for Tokyo 2020 Olympic clay shooting events, thanks to Kirsty Barr’s silver in the World Cup at Al Ain. The Northern Irish shooter performed fantastically as she went toe to toe with

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