Sim pairs send many shooters into a panic, but with the right approach, they shouldn't cause a problem. Steve Rawsthorne explains how to tackle them effectively
For the fourth consecutive year, West London Shooting School has hosted the IAPS Clay Shooting Championships, encouraging more youngsters into the sport
Just because you shoot clays like a pro in practice, doesn't mean you can do it at a competition. Christian Schofield explains how to train to compete, by competing to train!
Skeet is an exciting discipline to shoot, and doubles up as great practice for game shooting. Steve Rawsthorne explains how to get the most from you sessions
In-depth analysis of our mental and physical performance is the key to improving our shooting performance, writes Christian Schofield, Talent Pathway manager
Don Brunt delves into the thorny subject of switching from plastic wad cartridges to fibre wad cartridges, with a focus on how it might affect Sporting clay shooting
Christian Schofield delves into the world of sports psychology to pinpoint how we can find our competitive advantage, and discovers that 'mindful' practice could hold the key
There are plenty of useful clay shooting techniques that can help you prepare yourself for the game season. Don Brunt outlines a few tips and tricks
Mastering the "long crosser" is essential for clay shooters, pigeon shooters and game shooters alike; Steve Rawsthorne tells us how to do it right!
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