A selection of 21gm practice clay loads

Cartridges with 21gm loads have boomed in popularity since their introduction in 2007 and are ideal for practice, simulated days and as a way of reducing recoil. Between 2006 and 2007 the price of lead more than doubled, hitting an

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Raise your game with Mark Winser

As the 2019 Clay Shooting Classic gets closer, we’re looking back at the best tips and advice from a former three-time winner, Mark Winser.    Part One: Stance In this series I’m going to take you through everything you need

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How to stay sharp during the off-season

Ben Husthwaite helps you work on your shooting methods during your winter sessions

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Practice – the how and the why

Steve Rawsthorne of Holland & Holland offers tips on training sessions

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The crossing target

Steve Rawsthorne helps you out with the basic crosser

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Using the right method

There are different ways to shoot clays, and choosing the right one for each target is half the battle, says Steve Rawsthorne If you want to become a better shot, you need to understand what each of these are, be

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Back to basics

<<MG7658>>   Q. Sometimes after a shoot I will try to practice specific targets that I may have struggled with. This seems the logical thing to do but, frustratingly, I have found even if I ‘figure it out’ and make

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