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Thimbleby’s new manager

Thimbleby Shooting Ground in North Yorkshire has appointed Philip Thompson as its new manager and senior instructor. A highly experienced APSI instructor, Philip took up the post in December and is responsible for the management and day-to-day running of the

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The brain game

Shooting clays is a mind game, so how do we train our brains for success? James Simon gets his head around three different methods. I’ll be fine as long as I don’t get called to shoot just before Jason. If I

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Aston Villa Women get a taste for shooting

Lea Marston Shooting Club welcomed the Aston Villa Women Football Club for a friendly day of competition on a chilly but sunny 4 January. The day was organised by CPSA Coach Paul Dancer, who was inspired after recognising that the two

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SPONSORED: GBSA partner Streamlight

Whether it’s for accurately identifying and spotting your quarry or for safety, a bright and versatile torch is one thing you should always carry. Most newcomers to the sport tend to start out shooting during day light hours, but the

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Mike Yardley’s positive shooting

Mike Yardley explains how he developed his successful Positive Shooting method and how you can put it into practice. Some 35 years ago, I decided I wanted to be a shooting instructor. I had already been shooting since I was

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Sportrap superstar

British Open Sportrap Ladies Champion Hannah Gibson talks to Jasper Fellows about her career and inspirations Hannah Gibson is easily one of the country’s most impressive female shooters. She is a multi-discipline powerhouse who has travelled the globe to fill

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The story behind Eriswell Lodge

Jasper Fellows explores the story behind the popular Eriswell Lodge with director Stuart Smith Opening a shooting ground can a daunting experience. Staff need to be hired, clubhouses built, kitchens filled, coaches found, grounds prepared and traps loaded – the list

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Shooters on tour

Simon Dutton and friends set out to shoot at as many grounds as possible on a whistle stop tour of the Cotswolds. I‘ve been shooting pretty seriously for the past few years, to the point where I’ve been arranging my

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New year, new goals

Mitchell Brooker-Smith is planning how to build on a successful year and maintain the momentum of his shooting career. As Christmas approached, things at school finally became a bit quieter. Less schoolwork means more more free time – and more free

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The future’s bright

As we enter another Olympic year, Anita North is excited about our chances at Tokyo and beyond. It’s exciting to think that when this story is posted online, we will be in an Olympic year! I’m writing this article in

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