Skeet

Skeet double

Richard Atkins reviews two 24g Skeet shells from Fiocchi, the Official Competition and TT Two It has been a while since we last looked at Skeet cartridges, so it was interesting to receive a pair of 24 gram 9.5 shot

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Ben Cartwright mixes it up

Formerly an avowed Sporting shot, Ben Cartwright decides it’s time to discover what Trap and Skeet have to offer Skeet. It’s an odd word don’t you think? It appears to have its roots in the Old Norse word ‘Skjota’, meaning

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Best selling cartridges

This month we look at the across-the-board best selling cartridges. Whatever you shoot, be it Skeet, Sporting or something spicier, there should be something here to whet your appetite This is a global look at the bestsellers for all clay

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Shooters to watch

Welcome to a new series on shooters who are starting to make their mark. This month, two young shots from Scotland, by Murray Thomson Rhys Harrison Rhys picked up his passion for shooting from his father Richard, who is an

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A selection of 21gm practice clay loads

Cartridges with 21gm loads have boomed in popularity since their introduction in 2007 and are ideal for practice, simulated days and as a way of reducing recoil. Between 2006 and 2007 the price of lead more than doubled, hitting an

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Clay Shooting 139 is out NOW

It’s been another month jam-packed with clay competitions. As always, Clay Shooting brings you highlights from the big events. We have reports from the World Fitasc Sporting at EJ Churchill, the Perazzi Grand Prix at Mid Wales, the ICTSF World

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British Shooting opens the door

James Marchington attends the governing body’s open day for an insight into their plans for the sport British Shooting wants to work more closely with the shooting industry and media. Of course, funding is part of the story – but

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An all round triumph

The English Open and British Open All Round titles at Doveridge offered shooters an exciting and varied challenge, Lloyd Pattison reports Richard King defended his English Open All Round title in fine style at Doveridge Shooting Ground on 8 June,

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Limited sight, big vision

Kate Gatacre talks to Ken Newman, founder and owner of Custom Stockz, the company that has revolutionised the look of many a shooter’s gun on the clay circuit. Ken Newman isn’t what you’d expect of an airbrush artist. When he

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Team gets ready for World Champs

British Shooting are gearing up and have announced the team that will represent GBR at the ISSF Shotgun World Championships in Lonato from 30 June to 11 July. The competition is a key event in the ISSF calendar, featuring Olympic

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