Pigeon shooting: In your opinion, are more pigeon shooters now using steel shot cartridges to keep costs down? The reason I ask is that nobody seems to be talking about the subject, yet clay shooters openly admit that they are using the stuff.
With luck we might get the sort of weather this year that makes clay shooting in summer so thoroughly enjoyable. With the continuing financial difficulties, all clay shooters are looking to use a product that provides what I call good value. But good value is not the same as cheap.…
I am a newcomer to clay shooting and have just bought a gun with 2.3/4in chambers. However, I find I can buy some cartridges with 2.1/2in cases which, the supplier tells me, are ideal for clay shooting.
Pigeon shooting: I have got a bit of a noise issue with a couple of villagers close to where I shoot. I can’t afford to splash out on a moderated shotgun but wondered if sub-sonic cartridges might be the answer.
Online cartridge sales are on the up, and Charles Bull’s company, Just Cartridges, is a successful product of the internet age – a medium that he feels isn’t being used to the full by the UK gun trade.