technique

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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Learning to Shoot, Digweed Style!

Move over Percy Stanbury, George Digweed is teaching the instructors at EJ Churchill to pass on his world-beating technique, and Clay Shooting’s James Marchington has the exclusive. Ask any shooter who they want to shoot like, and nine times out

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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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Posted in Coaching

Clays & game – do they mix?

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

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Trigger happy

Are you messing up your shots at the last minute with poor trigger technique? Let Chris Miles put you right

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Posted in Coaching, Sporting
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