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Determination in clay shooting

Young shot Philippa Stroud won’t let anything stand in the way of her shooting ambitions, as Jasper Fellows discovers The future of our sport is in the hands of the young shots. From the business minded James Bradley-Day to Olympic

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Best cartridges for Trap and Sporting – Steve Scott’s picks

Olympian Steve Scott recommends his pick of best cartridges for Trap and Sporting. Steve Scott is one of our most successful Trap shots. A Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze medallist and Beijing 2008 Olympian, Steve is also a two-time European Double

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British Army Clay Shooting Team – interview

Captain of the British Army Clay Shooting Team, Major Jason Wright, explains the benefits of Clay Shooting in the British Army to Jasper Fellows From the stoic Queen’s Guard to the rough and ready Paras, all British Army personnel share

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A brief guide to chokes with Becky McKenzie

Top shooter Becky McKenzie provides a five-minute overview of what chokes are for, and which ones you should use. In simple terms, choke is a constriction near the muzzle end of a shotgun barrel, which affects how the shot spreads out

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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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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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The importance of having a clay shooting coach

Georgina Roberts explains how a coach can guide, motivate and support you on your way to success A coach is much more than just someone who will tell you “You’re in front of that” or “You missed that one behind.”

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Jocker Bio Sport Competition review with Richard Atkins

Could this new fibre cup wad cartridge offer the clay busting performance you’re looking for, asks Richard Atkins  The cartridge world is taking the move to becoming ‘eco-friendly’ very seriously, and new and smaller brands are getting very much involved. Last

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Best 24g clay cartridges according to CPSA Coach Simon Arbuckle

CPSA Coach Simon Arbuckle tells us to lighten up – most of us would be better off shooting 24g cartridges he argues, so here are his top picks for best 24g clay cartridges Simon was introduced to clay shooting by

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Clay Shooting Magazine 155 is out NOW

Christmas is coming! This year things will be rather different from usual, but it’s still Christmas! I’m sure like me you’ll be spending as much time as possible with family and friends, even if it’s via Zoom and Facetime. Hopefully

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