technique

Hand-eye coordination technique for clay shooting

Not ready to go out shooting yet? Georgina Roberts continues her ‘quarantraining’ with some tips on hand-eye coordination technique that will improve your cognitive and motor skills for shooting. In shooting, your brain receives information from the eyes, processes it, and

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George Digweed: The master shares his shooting technique

Last year, George Digweed began teaching the instructors at EJ Churchill to pass on his world-beating technique – now you can learn his secrets here. This article was originally featured in February 2019 Ask any shooter who they want to

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Clay Shooting 146 is on sale NOW

The latest issue of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available to buy. Want to get sponsorship for your shooting? We talk to the big companies, as well as top sponsored shooters. We reveal the winners of the Nation’s Favourite Shooting Ground, CPSA Awards, and

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Shooter’s eye view

James Marchington tests the latest version of the Aimcam, shooting glasses with a built-in video camera. It’s an appealing idea, to be able to record your shooting and play it back afterwards – whether that’s to analyse your performance and perhaps

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How to beat the flinch

The first step to curing a flinch is to admit you’ve got a problem at all, says Clay Shooting Magazine editor James Marchington Do you flinch when you fire your gun? Most shooters will say no – and yet look what

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Tips from the top

We asked a selection of Laporte sponsored shooters for their best tips on how to improve – here’s what they told us. Be honest with yourself. It’s very easy to have a bad day, we all have them. The temptation

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Lloyd Pattison’s top training aid suggestions

Are you a new shooter looking to develop your technique, or perhaps an intermediate trying to up your game? These training aids might be the answer, says Lloyd Pattison. RibEye The RibEye’s premise is a simple one, attaching a small

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Bryce explains correct gun-holding technique

Bryce Blandford-Corp explains how holding your gun properly will aid a good mount and swing, as well as reducing the effects of recoil As a newcomer to clay shooting, or just shooting in general, there’s a lot to think about,

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The loaded gun

Speaking to some of the UK’s most experienced clay shooting instructors, Clay Shooting magazine’s Natalie Parker asks what they recommend to new and inexperienced clay shooters

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Clays & game – do they mix?

Vic Harker explains why two very different disciplines are actually quite complementary

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