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Clay Shooting Classic – are you booked in yet?

The Clay Shooting Classic is set to be one of the Sporting highlights of the year, so book your place now for 28-30 May at Orston Shooting Ground. The eagerly awaited Clay Shooting Classic is getting nearer, with just a couple

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Getting into clay shooting

Clay shooting is loads of fun and a great way to make new friends. So, find yourself a good instructor and make sure that your first go is safe and enjoyable. Why are more and more people, regardless of their age,

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The importance of winter training

Rhys Plum talks to US shooter and former world champion Gebben Miles about the importance of winter training The dark mornings of winter and frost on the ground signal not just the end of summer, but also the end of

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Road to the Classic 2021: Buying your first shotgun

As we gear up for the 2021 Clay Shooting Classic, we’re exploring how you can set off on your journey from amateur to the Classic. James Marchington offers some advice on how to go about buying your first shotgun. I’m

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Atkin Grand & Lang Shooting Ground – a tour with Clay Shooting

Julian Watson gives Jasper Fellows a tour of the workshop, gunroom and Sporting stands of Atkin, Grant & Lang Shooting Ground In 1821 three renowned gunsmiths, Henry Atkin, Stephen Grant and Joseph Lang joined forces to create a new firm,

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Winter training with Rhys Plum

With competitions over and lockdown ongoing, Rhys Plum is getting straight down to work so he can hit the ground running in the spring The competition season for me has well and truly come to an end. This month, I’ve spent

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Is there a true all-round shotgun? The latest Q&A

Let us know if you have any questions – we have the experts to answer them Your clay shooting experts A true all-round gun? Question: I’m thinking of buying a 3½ in chambered semi-auto shotgun, having seen one at a

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How does a shooting ground get registered?

The CPSA’s Richard Worthington explains what it takes for a shooting ground to get ‘registered‘. A ground must be rated as ‘CPSA Registered’ to host CPSA Registered shoots, but what does it take for a ground to earn this status,

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British Shooting’s grand return – James Marchington reports

British Shooting’s Grand Festival saw a welcome return to top level competition for our elite shooters. James Marchington reports It’s been a tough year for elite sport – shooting included – with ranges closed and our top shots unable to

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Jocker Bio Sport Competition review with Richard Atkins

Could this new fibre cup wad cartridge offer the clay busting performance you’re looking for, asks Richard Atkins  The cartridge world is taking the move to becoming ‘eco-friendly’ very seriously, and new and smaller brands are getting very much involved. Last

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