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Young Shots Day training with Ben Hustwaite

Recently, a lucky group of under-18s got a free coaching session and more with Ben Husthwaite at Kibworth. James Marchington reports It’s often said we need to encourage more young people into clay shooting, and help them progress, but few people

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Winter training with Rhys Plum

With competitions over and lockdown ongoing, Rhys Plum is getting straight down to work so he can hit the ground running in the spring The competition season for me has well and truly come to an end. This month, I’ve spent

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Is a custom gun stock worth it?

When tinkering with the factory stock wasn’t enough, Becky McKenzie decided to bite the bullet and go for a full custom job I have had a few custom stocks made for me over the 14 years or so that I’ve been

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Steel shot for clay shooting – is it the future?

Steel shot may be the future for game shooters, but does it have a place in clay shooting? James Simon investigates. In 2017 a 91-year-old national treasure showed us images of albatross chicks eating a diet of plastic. A year

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Testing two new 28g target loads

Richard Atkins tests two new 28 gram target loads, one fibre wad and the other plastic wad, from two of Italy’s leading brands First up, let’s look at the Fiocchi F3 fibre wad. Like the Lite Speed we reviewed here

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A grand shoot with Mitchell Brooker-Smith

We look back as Mitchell Brooker-Smith headed up to East Yorkshire to compete in the British Shooting Grand Festival Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of September marked the final competition of the 2020 season, the British Shooting Grand Festival held

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Looking ahead to clay shooting in 2021

Jasper Fellows looks ahead to some of the top clay shooting events and competitions of 2021. It’s fair to say 2020 was a bit of a wash out. Despite our best intentions many competitions, from the mighty Olympic games to

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Is there a true all-round shotgun? The latest Q&A

Let us know if you have any questions – we have the experts to answer them Your clay shooting experts A true all-round gun? Question: I’m thinking of buying a 3½ in chambered semi-auto shotgun, having seen one at a

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Clay Shooting 157 is out NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available for download and purchase We may be back in lockdown with shooting grounds closed once again, but when we’re finally allowed out again it’s going to be a great year

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Blaser F16 Sporting Intuition review with Beckie McKenzie

Becky McKenzie reckons if you’re looking for a present for your wife or girlfriend, this Blaser could be just the ticket! I’m really enjoying doing these gun reviews. After reading many reviews over the years, and now being able to

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