shooting

How does caffeine effect your shooting?

Coffee: friend or foe? Ethan Lowry discusses the effects of caffeine on your shooting Those of us who are involved in shooting sports often find we need to set our alarm clock for some pretty unsociable hours. Pest control and

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Ask the experts

Let us know if you have any questions, we have the experts to answer them Should I carry my certificate? Q: I noticed recently that some shooting friends of mine carry their shotgun certificate in a shooting bag so it’s

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Jason Doyle on missing training

No-one likes missing, says Jason Doyle, but that’s why you should do it more often: so that you hit when it counts After taking a few weeks off shooting to recover from my neck injury I was hungry for action

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Bennion Bags British Schools and Young Shots High Gun

The next generation of shooting was on show at the British Schools and Young Shots Championship on Saturday – and Josh Bennion was crowned the overall High Gun. Smashing a full set of 50 clays on the Red course at

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Q and A

Let us know if you have any questions, we have the experts to answer them Worry over licence renewal Q: I am a keen clay shooter in my late 50s. My shotgun certificate is due for renewal soon and I

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Tim Greenwood on gun maintenance

Gun maintenance may not be the most glamorous part of shooting, but it is perhaps the most important. Follow Tim Greenwood’s maintenance routine At long last it’s here: the beginning of the clay-shooting season proper, heralded by the start of

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Bryce on the right first time

Bryce explains how a professional instructor ensures a beginner’s vital first shot is an extremely pleasant experience Do you remember the very first time you fired a gun? What was the experience like? Since you’re reading this magazine, and presumably

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The importance of listening to your body

It’s easy to think that injuries are something you can just ignore, but Jason Doyle finds out the hard way that you should listen to your body This month’s article almost didn’t happen due to a niggling and persistent neck

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Lloyd Pattison on gun cleaning essentials

Lloyd Pattison runs through the products to properly clean and maintain your gun.  Gun cleaning. Some think it’s vital, others think it’s a waste of time. If you’re in the latter camp then this article is unlikely to change your

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The British Schools and Young Shots Championship 2019: Everything you need to know

With the British Schools & Young Shots Championship less than a month away, we can unveil an exclusive prize and membership bundle for the High Gun, as well as guns to be won from Webley and Armsan. On Saturday 4

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