Looking ahead to the Olympics

Caroline Roddis looks to the upcoming Olympics with hope; hope that they will happen and hope that shooting sports’ quadrennial season of positive press from the mainstream media continues. The UK population is very good at splitting into two. Whether it’s

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How will Covid affect the biggest shooting events in 2021?

The Northern Shooting Show and the British Shooting Show have cancelled although the Game Fair looks set to continue. The organisers of the Northern Shooting Show have announced that the show planned in May 2021 has had to be cancelled. The organisers

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Seonaid Expects Standards To Rise

Seonaid McIntosh has said that the exclusion of shooting from the 2022 Commonwealth Games could be “a good thing” for the sport in Scotland. After shooting was controversially omitted from the Birmingham schedule, McIntosh, the current world number one in

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On The March

In golfing terms, a caddie is always on hand to give insightful advice and support. They are aware of the challenges and obstacles of the course, along with the best strategy for playing it. Taking on similar responsibilities – albeit

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Perazzi MX8

Perazzi continues to share dominance of the high-end competition market with Beretta, with no end of Olympic and other international medals to its name. The brand has a fiercely loyal following – and for good reason. Perazzi firearms are made

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Big funding boost for shooting

UK Sport and Sport England have put their collective might behind the shooting sports, backing them to the tune of £8.35m in the Olympic cycle up to Tokyo 2020.

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