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Pre-shoot routines with Georgina Roberts

With so much you can’t control, it’s good to focus on the things you can, explains Georgina Roberts. A pre-shot routine is the preparation we go through for each shot we take. For the majority of shooters, this routine will consist

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SPONSORED: Ed Lyons SportsVision Training Kits

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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Putting a new Krieghoff to the test

After months selecting his new Krieghoff, Rhys Plum puts it to the test at Barbury. July has been a big one for me, and has been my busiest month competing so far. As well as travelling to events around the country,

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Why not try a simulated game shoot

Whether you’re preparing for the game season or just looking to have some fun, a simulated game shoot takes some beating, writes James Simon. Perhaps you love clay shooting but you’re drawn to the idea of driven game. Maybe you’re

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David Radulovich interview

Team USA’s David Radulovich says coaches and competitors need to develop new techniques to stay at the top of the game. The standard of shooting worldwide has risen massively over the past 20 years, particularly at the top level of

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Olympic Trap shooter Ellie Seward interview

OT star Ellie Seward with Jasper Fellows on how shooting takes her around the world. Where were you at 22? I was selling TV’s, desperately trying to scrape together enough commission to cover the weekend’s cartridges while dreaming of travelling

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Time to reflect

The current pandemic and resulting lockdown of the country has panicked many shoot managers. Many pulled the plug on the upcoming season or substantially reduced operations in a bid to mitigate costs that may not be recouped. Certainly, the number

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Looking for the right stock with Ben Cartwright

Ben Cartwright took up clay shooting recently. We followed his early progress – now he wants a stock for his Caesar Guerini Figuratively speaking, it took about a year and a half for the lustre on my Caesar Guerini Summit

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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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First post-lockdown CPSA clay shoot at Westfield – Clay Shooting reports

James Marchington went to the first post-lockdown CPSA Registered Fitasc and Sporting competitions at Westfield. I felt a mixture of jubilation and trepidation as I pulled into the car park at Westfield Shooting Ground, in the lovely Cotswold countryside near Cheltenham.

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