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Why not try a simulated game shoot

Whether you’re preparing for the game season or just looking to have some fun, a simulated game shoot takes some beating, writes James Simon. Perhaps you love clay shooting but you’re drawn to the idea of driven game. Maybe you’re

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Olympic Trap shooter Ellie Seward interview

OT star Ellie Seward with Jasper Fellows on how shooting takes her around the world. Where were you at 22? I was selling TV’s, desperately trying to scrape together enough commission to cover the weekend’s cartridges while dreaming of travelling

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Vision training kit tested by Georgina Roberts

Georgina Roberts tries the latest vision training kit, and offers an exercise of her own to sharpen up your eyesight for shooting. Vision training is arguably one of the most important exercises we can do in sport, especially in shooting

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CPSA’s coronavirus safety guide

Shooting grounds have now reopened, and the CPSA have released a safety guide on how to protect yourself from Covid-19. You can read the guide in full below: We have all been living through difficult times and shooting facilities remained

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ADVERTORIAL: CENS digital

How much is your hearing worth to you? Thanks to regulatory bodies within our sport, shooting is a safe andfamily-friendly environment. However, guns are loud, very loud. Withoutprotection, losing your hearing on the shooting ground remains a veryreal possibility, as

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CPSA CEO Iain Parker interview

After an intervention that certainly did his sport no harm, we catch up with Iain Parker, the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association CEO and ask him about the present, and future, of the sport. Last month, the CEO of the CPSA,

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Ethan Lowry on hand-eye coordination

Ethan Lowry on the importance of developing strong hand-eye coordination to enhance your shooting prowess Clay shooting actually involves more of the senses than people may think. You’re holding the gun (touch), watching for the clay (sight) and listening for

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SPONSORED: West of England Game Fair 2020 – fly casting at its best!

World and European Casting champion Hywel Morgan will impart his passion, enthusiasm and knowledge at the 2020 West of England Game Fair. The event, which celebrates its 25th anniversary, takes place at the Royal Bath & West Showground in Somerset

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SPONSORED: Headley Clay Pigeon Club

Headley Clay Pigeon Club (HCPC) have recently launched the Andrew Loedolff Shooting Academy. The club has been based in Headley village for 28 years and has gained a great reputation within the shooting community and several awards over the years.

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Georgina Roberts is trying to get young people shooting

Shooting is a very inclusive sport. It can be enjoyed competitively or as a bit of family fun. In order for shooting to grow and develop, we need to work to encourage and support the next generation of shooters and

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