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Gun of the Week: L4S Sporting shotgun

Mike Yardley is impressed with this week’s Gun of the Week, the L4S Sporting clay shotgun, a light and nimble claybusting machine from Italy. Having shot with a Beretta 303 for years, I am a big fan of semi-automatics for

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Gun of the Week: CZ 527 Varmint

Mike Powell is here with his latest rifle review, and this time he’s testing out this week’s Gun of the Week, the CZ 527 Varmint. Over the many years that I’ve been shooting, one make of rifle seems to have

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Time to reflect

The current pandemic and resulting lockdown of the country has panicked many shoot managers. Many pulled the plug on the upcoming season or substantially reduced operations in a bid to mitigate costs that may not be recouped. Certainly, the number

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Gun of the Week: BSA Silver Star

Mike Morton takes a look at this week’s Gun of the Week, the BSA Silver Star – a target rifle with a split personality that offers two very different ways to shoot. It’s no secret that competition shooters will perform

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BASC Covid-19 guidance shoot visits hitting the mark

More than 100 shoots have taken up the opportunity to receive expert practical guidance from BASC staff on reducing Covid-19 risks on shoot day. The free visits, launched in England at the end of June, help shoots form their own

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Gun of the Week: Model 16 AccuStalker

Mike Powell gives his verdict on another Savage Arms speciality – this time, the Model 16 AccuStalker. The American firm of Savage Rifles really needs no introduction as the name has been synonymous with well-built, accurate and reliable rifles for

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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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A recession can be the best time to advertise – here’s why

With the talk of an economic recession being inevitable, many companies will look to cut advertising spend – but this is why you should maintain your advertising efforts – and even increase them! The coronavirus outbreak has caused a global

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All the latest product news

The latest in essential kit for the ever-changing shooting seasons Blockley Fleece Jacket  Recognising that the market is already overcrowded with dozens of similar looking long sleeved fleece jackets, Le Chameau went back to the drawing board and evolved the

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GTN catches up with Shoot SP’s Steve Randles

Ollie Harvey joins Steve Randles as he sets his sights on trade with the revolutionary Shoot SP. In an industry that is steeped in heritage and tradition, innovation can be hard to come by. It is a cliché to say

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