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Is a custom gun stock worth it?

When tinkering with the factory stock wasn’t enough, Becky McKenzie decided to bite the bullet and go for a full custom job I have had a few custom stocks made for me over the 14 years or so that I’ve been

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SPONSORED: Zoli – 175

Antonio Zoli Company celebrates 175 years of leading firearm manufacturing with the introduction of the limited edition 175 Anniversary. This special piece of Italian shotgun heritage was born out of a devotion to quality, performance and fine craftmanship – something

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DIY Gunsmith: Achieving the best firearms finish

Kristian Reilly tells us how to achieve the best finish on our firearms

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Blaser F3 Supersport review

Becky McKenzie is impressed from the moment she closes the action of the legendary F3 Supersport. This month I’ve had the opportunity to review a Blaser F3 Supersport, all thanks to Orston Shooting Ground in Nottinghamshire, who offered to loan me

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Caesar Guerini Invictus I Ascent – review by Becky McKenzie

Becky McKenzie is smitten with the looks and handling of the Caesar Guerini Invictus I Ascent. I’ll admit I’ve not been a massive fan of Caesar Guerini, but that’s only because I have only ever tried a couple of early

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Problems with customised gun and more in the latest Ask the Experts

Let us know if you have any questions – we have the experts to answer them. Send your questions for our panel to fieldsports@futurenet.com or send us a direct message on Facebook! What if my custom gun isn’t right? Question:

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Looking for the right stock with Ben Cartwright

Ben Cartwright took up clay shooting recently. We followed his early progress – now he wants a stock for his Caesar Guerini Figuratively speaking, it took about a year and a half for the lustre on my Caesar Guerini Summit

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Clay Shooting Magazine 151 is on sale NOW

The latest edition of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available! In our August issue we’re delighted to have our first shoot reports this season. After months of lockdown, when we’ve concentrated on home training and gun maintenance tips, it’s great

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Best clay guns for 2020 – Our top picks

As restrictions ease and we carefully return to shooting, the Clay Shooting team pick their top ten clay guns for 2020. Clay shooters would argue all day about the best clay gun for the sport, and it’s safe to say

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Gun cleaning and maintenance – fix up your woodwork

This is the ideal time to renovate the battle-worn stock and fore-end on your clay gun. Richard Atkins explains how to do it in our bit of latest gun cleaning and maintenance advice. I’m sure many readers’ guns have never been

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