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CPSA CEO Iain Parker – GTN interview

After an intervention that certainly did his sport no harm, we catch up with Iain Parker, the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association CEO and ask him about the present, and future, of the sport. Last month, the CEO of the CPSA,

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West London Shooting School re-opening to trial guidelines from May 21st

Following the Prime Ministers update to lockdown restrictions, West London Shooting School will be re-opening to trial guidelines they have put in place from Thursday 21st May when there will be limited capacity for lessons and practise rounds including the rifle range. They will

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Great British Shooting Awards: Shortlists revealed, Voting open NOW!

The shortlists are out for the second Great British Shooting Awards, and voting is now open. The awards have grown this year, and now span 15 categories, with the shooting public able to vote in 14 of them. As with

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GBSA shortlists set for October announcement

Future Field Sports, in Association with The Great British Shooting Show, have announced the second annual Great British Shooting Awards. Nominations for the 2020 shortlists closed on 31 August and will now be verified by the panel of industry experts;

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Looking ahead to the Game Fair…

As The Game Fair prepares to welcome trade and visitors to Hatfield House, we preview the biggest event in the fieldsports calendar Last year marked a momentous landmark for The Game Fair, as the show at Ragley Hall celebrated the

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Essential ear protection (part 2)

Gun Trade News is going to keep you safe and sound, as we take a look at the second part of our essential range of protective gear available for all disciplines Kit Eagle Shooting Glasses  Away from Shotguns, Browning’s host

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The Champion Of Champions

Buckinghamshire builder Billy Baughan was named Champion of Champions at the Game Fair’s clay shooting contest at Ragley Hall. Mr Baughan shot 22 (ex.25) and following a thrilling shoot-off he claimed the trophy and a bespoke gun box from Thewlis

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Game Of Two Halves

Clay Shooting Magazine recently explored the possibilities of televising different disciplines of shooting. Naturally, Skeet and Trap are more camera friendly than Sporting, but filming any kind of targets can be an emotionless and disengaging experience. A big Sporting shoot

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Luke Taylor Tops Handicap Challenge

Motor mechanic Luke Taylor has claimed first prize at the Royal Berkshire Shooting Schools Handicap Challenge, just over a year after taking up the sport. The 30-year-old shot a score of 86 to win a Browning Heritage Hunter shotgun worth

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Exhibitors gearing up for The Game Fair at Ragley

The Game Fair at Ragley Hall on 29-31 July is set to be a great opportunity for exhibitors to promote their shooting, hunting and sporting supplies.

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