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An all round triumph

The English Open and British Open All Round titles at Doveridge offered shooters an exciting and varied challenge, Lloyd Pattison reports Richard King defended his English Open All Round title in fine style at Doveridge Shooting Ground on 8 June,

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Deal with dominance

Lloyd Pattison takes a look at the solutions on offer for eye-dominance problems Your ideas about eye dominance will be a product of whether you have ever suffered from a disagreement between your dominant hand and your dominant eye. I’m

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Ben Cartwright addresses his vision

The eyes have it for Ben Cartwright as he gets the low down on his vision with a little help from Ed Lyons – after all, you can’t hit what you can’t see. I need a new pair of eyeballs!

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Reports from the Jack Pyke English Open

Don Brunt saw shooters tackling close technical targets at the 2019 Jack Pyke English Open The Jack Pyke English Open took place on 19-23 June, with 886 shooters making the journey to Sporting Targets in Bedfordshire to compete for their

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What’s the big eye-dea?

Jonathan McGee attended the launch of Ben Husthwaite’s new Eye D Rail – an opportunity for shooters to learn, have their guns fitted, and of course obliterate some clays! It was set to be the very first event of its

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Shotguns: Ten of the Best (part 2)

Ian Coley’s gunshop professionals recommend 10 shotguns ranging from the modest to the magnificent – here is part 2 BROWNING B525 RRP: £1,165 The biggest competitor for the ubiquitous Silver Pigeon, the B525 is very similar in terms of handling,

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Tips from the top

We asked a selection of Laporte sponsored shooters for their best tips on how to improve – here’s what they told us. Be honest with yourself. It’s very easy to have a bad day, we all have them. The temptation

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Tokyo here we come!

Steven Seligmann of British Shooting is looking forward to seeing our athletes compete in the 2020 Olympics. There’s just over a year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games – and British Shooting is looking forward with

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Catching up with the Police Firearms Licensing teams

Clay Shooting Magazine editor James Marchington visited the Northern Shooting Show and meets the Police Firearms Licensing teams. This column all too often becomes a bit of a moan, if not an actual rant, about something that’s got my goat

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Ethan Lowry on building core strength

Ethan Lowry takes a muscular approach to shooting with a look at the importance of building core strength. Ethan Lowry is a physiotherapist and a researcher specialising in pain and nutrition. He makes it to the clay ground two or

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