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Shooters to watch

Rachel Draper talks to two young regulars at Atkin Grant & Lang Shooting Ground Lain Blamey The future of clay pigeon shooting as a sport relies on the next generation of shooters. We spoke to Lain Blamey, aged 9, to

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Keep your gun safe and legal

Lloyd Pattison looks at the options for keeping your gun safe and legal when you’re on the road Driving with your gun to a shoot is part and parcel of the sport, but not something to be taken lightly. Not only

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Ask the experts!

Let us know if you have any questions, we have the experts to answer them. Also, if you want to get in touch, send your questions for our panel to fieldsports@futurenet.com. Young shot Q: I have recently been taking my

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EJ Churchill launch George Digweed Academy

How anyone can learn the technique that enabled George Digweed MBE to win 26 world titles and over 150 international titles? EJ Churchill Shooting Ground in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, has launched the George Digweed Academy. George worked with the ground’s

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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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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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So why was shooting dropped from Birmingham 2022?

Shooting officials reacted with disappointment but little surprise to the announcement that the sport of shooting will not be part of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, reports David Owen. So why did the organisers bin shooting, and choose women’s cricket,

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Catching up with the Police Firearms Licensing teams

Clay Shooting Magazine editor James Marchington visited the Northern Shooting Show and meets the Police Firearms Licensing teams. This column all too often becomes a bit of a moan, if not an actual rant, about something that’s got my goat

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Ask the experts!

It’s that time again for the Clay Shooting Magazine Q&A, so let us know if you have any questions, because we have the experts to answer them! If you would like to get in touch, then please send your questions

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ISSF have their say on exclusion of shooting at 2022 Commonwealth Games

After British Shooting expressed disappointment that the sport of target shooting will not be included at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, ISSF expressed ‘great regret’ when learning of the news. It will be the first time since 1970 that shooting will

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