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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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The importance of having a clay shooting coach

Georgina Roberts explains how a coach can guide, motivate and support you on your way to success A coach is much more than just someone who will tell you “You’re in front of that” or “You missed that one behind.”

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Best Christmas gift ideas for clay shooters

T’was the month before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring, apart from your mouse as you desperately search for the perfect gift before the 25th. Relax, we’ve got you covered with enough gift ideas to

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Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress

Anita North reports on British Shooting’s progress with a return to training and competition. I’m writing this article in July, and there is progress with the considered return to training and competing for Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet. The international

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Anita North on clay grounds re-opening

Look forward to training and preparing for competitions It’s great to see that shooters in Scotland and Wales are starting to return to training and fixtures are being added to the calendar. In England, it really has been great to

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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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Clay Shooting 149 is out NOW!

The latest issue of Clay Shooting Magazine is now available to purchase! As the lockdown is eased, shooting is tentatively getting under way again. More and more grounds are offering restricted opening under guidance from the CPSA, with strict measures in place to prevent the

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Georgina Roberts is trying to get young people shooting

Shooting is a very inclusive sport. It can be enjoyed competitively or as a bit of family fun. In order for shooting to grow and develop, we need to work to encourage and support the next generation of shooters and

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Mitchell Brooker-Smith is home on the range

With one exam behind him, clay shooter Mitchell is preparing for some big competitions. For me, January was a month of sacrifice but also success. It would be hard to ask for a better start to 2020, what with my

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New year, new goals

Mitchell Brooker-Smith is planning how to build on a successful year and maintain the momentum of his shooting career. As Christmas approached, things at school finally became a bit quieter. Less schoolwork means more more free time – and more free

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