The award is for the website that best serves either the shooting community as a whole or a particular niche. This year’s shortlist comprises: Guns on Pegs (www.gunsonpegs.com), which provides a list of available let driven days; the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association website (www.cpsa.co.uk), which includes a comprehensive list of England’s clay grounds as well information on the CPSA, and the Gamekeepa Feeds website (www.gamekeepafeeds.co.uk).

In making their choice, readers should consider which website is the easiest to navigate, which has the best design and which is the most useful.

The closing date for entries is 13 May.

To cast your vote, visit www.shootinguk.co.uk/bestwebsite.

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