Shooting skills

Lockdown: Shooting at home with DryFire

It’s not quite the real thing, but shooters are keeping their eye in during lockdown with the DryFire simulator at home. These are difficult times for shooters, with events cancelled worldwide and grounds closed for practice. But some shooters are

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Home workout: Georgina Roberts on quarantine training

OT shooter Georgina Roberts shares her tips for building a exercise and shooting home workout regime during lockdown. Now that we’re stuck at home, we all want to continue as best we can with our training, and emerge from lockdown

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Out and about with Anita North

Variety is the spice of life on the road, says Anita North! In previous articles I’ve written about being brave, taking risks and putting plans in place. One of the ways you can act on these principles is to get out

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How to improve your shooting during the winter months

Vic Harker thinks winter is the time to analyse your shooting and what you can do to improve it

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Shoot for the future with BASC and GWCT

People can improve both their shooting and shoot management skills at a course run by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) later this month. The Shooting for the Future course

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