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CPC Support Northern Shooting Clay Line

The Clay Pigeon Company (Laporte) have been announced as the official trap and clay suppliers for the Northern Shooting Show. CPC Sales Manager, Duncan Wallace, commented: “The Northern Shooting Show has grown to be one of the UK’s premier events

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Hull High Pheasant

This cartridge aims to provide the performance of a 70mm load in a case suitable for fine guns with minimum 65mm chamber. It has a biodegradable fibre wad and hardened shot to reduce pellet deformation for uniform dense patterns at

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Fiocchi Pigeon 32

A 32-gram load of six shot designed particularly for pigeon shooting, these distinctive red and gold cartridges from Fiocchi come with plastic wads or fibre wads. They’re a 67mm case terminating in 12mm of brass, producing velocities more than capable

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End Of The ISSF Saga?

The ISSF narrowly avoided an uncertain future on 30 November when it elected Vladimir Lisin as its new president. The Russian, formerly head of the European Shooting Confederation, was the preferred candidate of the outgoing president Olegario Vazquez Raña, who

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Voice Of The Trade

Tucked in the shadows of Tewkesbury Abbey, you will find the headquarters of the Gun Trade Association. Nearby, Simon West is getting used to his new position as Director of the Association. It has been just three months since he

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Mods That Rock

UK Custom Shop has established its name by creating moderators built to last. Their Wildcat range has continued to grow since Andrew and Carole Banner launched the Predator model over 20 years ago, with more recent additions keeping the range

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Nations Favourite Shooting Ground Poll Opens

Clay Shooting magazine has launched its annual poll to find out the Nation’s Favourite Shooting Ground. For the eighth time, a public vote will decide the winner of the overall Nation’s Favourite Shooting Ground crown, as well as the best

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Breaking Boundaries

‘The number of women taking part in both clay and game shooting, including grouse, in Scotland has risen steadily over the past few years, breaking the stereotypical male dominated image of country sports. The British Association for Shooting and Conservation

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Komodo Pro Seeking Trade Partner

The designers of the ‘ultimate shooting sunglasses’, Komodo Pro, are seeking to expand their trade portfolio by adding new accounts to their current list. The latest generation of shooting glasses have a unique sensor to detect light invasion. The lenses

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Switlyk’s Twit Pics

‘Have you ever seen Outlander? I recently watched the first few episodes and it’s essentially like the tourist body for Scotland got together with Mills and Boon to create something that would irresistibly draw middle-aged women and their disposable income

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