clay shooting

Ammo shortage hits UK

Ammo shelves across the United States have been empty for months and now the shortage is affecting the UK, as our exclusive survey reveals. An informal survey conducted by Gun Trade News has revealed a major ammunition shortage across the

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New clubhouse for Thimbleby

A North Yorkshire clay shooting ground has unveiled its contemporary new clubhouse, the result of significant investment and expansion of its facilities.  Thimbleby Shooting Ground, which is located in a beautiful, rural setting on the 3,000-acre Thimbleby Estate, offers self-caddied

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Bringing more women into clay shooting

In a piece originally featured in Clay Shooting, Jasper Fellows discovers how Mhairi-Ann Troup aims to bring more women into the sport she loves. Ami Hedgecock, Lucy Hall, Ellie Seward; the current crop of up-and-coming women’s talent is perhaps unrivalled

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Gun of the Week: Winchester Model 6500

This week’s Gun of the Week, the Winchester 6500, brings back happy memories for Becky McKenzie. I started shooting back in 2005, using my husband John’s Winchester 6500, a 12 gauge 30in fixed choke Sporter. This one was also left

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ADVERTORIAL: Breda Zenith is perfect for the clay season

Lockdown is easing and the clay grounds are springing to life again, now is the ideal time to consider investing in a clay gun range with all the features you require to improve sales in your gun shop. The Breda

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Quick Quiz: Lee Hurst

Our new regular quiz where we ask a leading industry figure some daft and not-so-daft questions and find out a bit more about them. Please tell us who you are and who you work for My name is Lee Hurst

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Benelli SP’Auto returns

The innovative Benelli SP’Auto has very much established itself as a highlight of the shooting calendar, with many competitors returning year on year. GMK are pleased to announce that next year it will be returning to the Atkin Grant &

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Clay shooting glasses – which tint is best?

Should targets always be viewed through rose-tinted specs? Or should you take a darker view? James Simon brings a little transparency to the obscure world of shooting eyewear in this Clay Shooting feature. I’m sure most of us side think

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Gun of the Week: B725 Sporter II

Richard Atkins explains why this week’s Gun of the Week, the Browning B725 Sporter II, is such a smooth operator When Browning introduced the B725 Sporter II, it was eagerly anticipated here in the UK. Browning has an extremely strong

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Great British Shooting Awards 2021: trade nominations are now closed – public vote opens soon

Trade nominations for the third annual Great British Shooting Awards have now closed, with the public vote opening soon. Public voting opens on 8 February. For all the information you need, including how to cast your vote, just follow the

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