Magic Bore: Does it work?

Magic Bore was developed to remove heavy fouling now found in bigger barrel diameters, so Richard Atkins was keen to discover how it worked

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Gun maintenance tips: How to clean your gun at home

With shooting on hold, Richard Atkins explains all the best gun maintenance tips you can use to clean your gun at home, and get to know it better in the process. Today, we’re starting with the set up and then

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Gun stocks: Why walnut is the ultimate material

James Simon delves into the mysteries of walnut and discovers why this unique timber is prized as the ultimate material for gun stocks. Walnut possesses a number of qualities that make it the ideal material for gun stocks. Its exquisite,

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SPONSORED: Complete this Browning survey, have your voice heard and win a Maxus shotgun!

Browning have put together a study in order to best meet the demands of small game hunters and are looking for your feedback. Not only will it give you opportunity to have your voice heard, but you’ll be entered into

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SPONSORED: Celebrate the countryside with the West of England Game Fair

We are really excited about this years’ West of England Game Fair, taking place at the Bath & West Showground on Saturday 21st & 22nd March, as it will be celebrating 25 years of championing field sports. Here are some

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SPONSORED: West of England Game Fair

The West of England Game Fair is an important countryside event celebrating 25 years of entertaining and creating a platform for countryside traditions and issues to be promoted and supported. The event hosts a wide variety of field sports activities:

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Beginners guide to getting your shotgun licence

It’s time to get your first shotgun – but first you’ll need to apply for a Shotgun Certificate. James Marchington explains how. Last month we looked at how you might take your very first shots with a shotgun at a

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SPONSORED: Thimbleby Estate Launch Simulated Game Shoot

Thimbleby Estate are pleased to announce the launch of their new Simulated Game days. This exciting new activity will take place on a variety of drives set within a stunning landscape which covers some 3000 acres of moorland, farmland and

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Richard Atkins tests two new shotgun loads

Clay shooting expert Richard Atkins is testing two new shotgun loads that offer good performance, less recoil, and an affordable price tag! On test: Clever Mirage T1 24 Gram 7.5 Fibre and Plastic Shot load: 373 grainsPellet(count per oz): 331UK

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German influence on clay gun design

Andy Powell looks at the influence of German gunmakers on clay shooting gun design. Shooting out on the clay circuits and working in one of the busiest gun rooms and shooting grounds in the UK, I can’t help noticing the

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