Charles Bull

Charles Bull

Charles Bull is the owner of Just Cartridges which he set up in 1999 ” …almost by accident. Our local gun shop had closed down and we were all wondering where we were now going to get our ammo from. “

Man taking aim with a 28-bore shotgun

A good shot and friend of mine has been invited to shoot stupidly high birds on a commercial pheasant shoot where the headkeeper is a little sniffy about any cartridge…

If you're taking part in an organised hare shoot, are you sure you've got the right cartridge to kill cleanly? Hares make delicious eating and game dealers also pay reasonable…

Lead alternatives cartridge review: It's disappointing to read in the newspapers that from a sample of ducks sold by game dealers in England 70% had been killed with lead shot,…

We’ve got plenty of suitable 12-bore loads available for shooting high birds but what about the increasingly popular 20?

With the exception of some budget priced 1oz clay loads the cost of cartridges continues to creep ever upward and the latest price increase on the metals market is bound…

Shooting is at its best on September stubbles, trying to pot a partridge or two with an old gun and cartridges to suit. Thankfully where the latter are concerned we’ve…

Eley clay cartridges: Eley clay pigeon shooting cartridges are some of the best around. Here we take a look at what they offer.

Are 28-bore guns 'man enough' to cope with really high driven pheasants? Here, Charles carries out a very unscientific experiment to find out the answer.

Charles of Just Cartridges takes a look at the limited choice facing clay shooters using 20-bore guns. Will it ever change?

28-bore shotgun cartridges: Be you a game or clay shooter - take a look at the different cartridges available for the 28-bore shotgun.