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Ian Coley’s recommended Ladies Guns

The experts in Ian Coley’s gunroom go over some shotgun options for women shooters. BERETTA 691 VITTORIA£2,495 The first gun in the Beretta range to be designed specifically for women, the 691 Vittoria is a nicely finished and detailed gun

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Ladies behind the trigger

The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club’s National Ladies Shooting Day was a celebration of great shooting and good times, reports Anita North Here’s a great example of sharing and encouraging the love of clay shooting, that I have been privileged

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Shotguns: Ten of the best

Ian Coley’s gunshop professionals recommend 10 shotguns ranging from the modest to the magnificent – and here are your first five. KOFS BLACK DIAMOND RRP: £599.99One of the real breakthrough guns of 2018 and, for the price, certainly looks the

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SPONSORED: Perazzi High Tech Elle shotgun

Since winning a Perazzi High Tech Elle in 2016, Kath Bright has had great success. Richard Atkins and Kath discuss the Perazzi specially made for women. Kath Bright is a dedicated Trap shooter and clearly an accomplished competitor to have

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Ethan Lowry on building core strength

Ethan Lowry takes a muscular approach to shooting with a look at the importance of building core strength. Ethan Lowry is a physiotherapist and a researcher specialising in pain and nutrition. He makes it to the clay ground two or

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Bryce on the right first time

Bryce explains how a professional instructor ensures a beginner’s vital first shot is an extremely pleasant experience Do you remember the very first time you fired a gun? What was the experience like? Since you’re reading this magazine, and presumably

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Back to school with Ben Cartwright

Ben Cartwright gets misty eyed, even if shooting lessons aren’t really too much like the days of skinned knees and blazers. Do you remember your first day at school? The coffee was rather good. Which was a surprise – because

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Richard Atkins discusses getting the best value for money on your first gun

Price and performance; should one have to give way to the other? Does paying more really buy you more? Richard Atkins navigates the perilous waters that surround a shooter’s first gun purchase.  Buying a shotgun, especially your first, can be

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The perfect hit: gun fit really is as important as everyone says!

Keen sporting shot Jason Doyle has been consulting a number of experts on the subject, and it turns out gun fit really is as important as everyone says it is. The last couple of months have been pretty quiet for

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DIY Gunsmith: Achieving those finishing touches!

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

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