The voting has now closed. The results will be revealed in Shooting Times, 13 February issue, and here on Shooting UK, when gold, silver and bronze will be awarded to the products and grounds that have impressed our readers.
Our panel of editors and external judges have pulled together a list of finalists for the best clay cartridges that have been reviewed and featured in Shooting Times, Sporting Gun, Shooting Gazette and The Field in the calendar year of 2018.
Eley Titanium Strike, Nickel Coated
“Nickel coated pellets stop them clumping on firing, which gave them even patterns and impressive long-range hits. The Titanium Strike is an impressive clay cartridge.”
Hull Sporting 100
“These premium cartridges delivered dense and well distributed shot patterns. They are comfortable to shoot, clean and are reasonably priced making them a serious contender on the clay circuit.”
Lyalvale Super Comp
“These cartridges smashed clays well and threw good patterns. They are a worthy contender when you are choosing your clay cartridges.”
“A fast cartridge at 1450 FPS, the cartridges patterned really well and performed superbly.”
The British Shooting Show is held at the NEC, Birmingham on 15-17 February 2019. The finalists of the Shooting Awards will be invited to a reception on the evening of 15 February.