World Championship Day Two Mens Olympic Trap.
World Championship Shotgun - Belgrade.
William & Son 16-bore shotgun: The result of hours of work from some of the world’s most talented gunmakers, this 16-bore gun from William & Son is a perfect shooting…
The Mayor and Olympic officials confirm shooting events will not be excluded from free ticket scheme.
The Auction of Modern & Vintage Sporting Guns by Gavin Gardiner Ltd (in association with Sotheby’s) took place at Gleneagles Hotel.
Rifle shooting: Bisley Live announce all visitors will now be able to shoot centrefire rifles at the three-day event – even those without a firearms certificate (FAC).
BASC has announced it has secured sponsorship from cartridge manufacturer Eley Hawk for the BASC .410 World Championships, to be held at the Mid-Wales Shooting Centre on 24 September.
Dog microchipping: First Minister announces new dog breeding proposals to be considered by the Welsh Assembly this coming autumn.
Lynx 94 rifle review: The Lynx 94 is a remarkable Finnish rifle with outstanding accuracy and a straight-pull bolt.
Most shooters behave responsibly but a little gentle reminder can never hurt
Anderson Wheeler 20-bore shotgun review: The specification could not be much better for a 20-bore.
Scottish shotguns review: The gun market today is somewhat dominated by the big names, be they the English masters such as Boss & Co., Holland & Holland and Purdey, or…
Grouse shooting: Record-beating red grouse numbers in northern England are not matched in Scotland, where the picture is patchy.
Shooting news: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh has visited the GWCT’s Allerton Project research and demonstration farm at Loddington, in Leicestershire, where he met staff and saw the results of…
The controversy over the renaming of Birmingham’s Gun Quarter steps up a gear as locals protest.
Big scores in the Skeet European Womens competition.
Which gun’s best for wildfowling – the new generation of long-chambered 12-bores, or a trusty old 10? Our writers review the options!
Grouse shooting: Research by The Moorland Association has revealed the huge economic impact of grouse shooting in England and Wales, despite only a handful of moors breaking even financially.
Today was the Mens Double Trap Competition. With Richard Faulds (Olympic Gold Medalist), Peter Wilson (World Cup Gold Medalist Maribor) and Steve Walton representing Great Britain.
The European Trap Men have done really well!