We might be a few months away from the next game season but that doesn’t mean you can’t get out there and pull the trigger. In the May issue of Shooting Gazette we feature 15 of the country’s best shooting grounds where you can go and have a blast! And at this time of year there are plenty of other things happening in the world of game shooting and the range of reviews, interviews and features in this issue is so broad you’ll need binoculars to see one end from the other. Don’t believe us? Take a gander at this lot…
Cream of the clay grounds
Our list of the UK’s top 15 shooting grounds.
Pigeon shooting masterclass with Will Garfit
Your chance to spend a day with our resident pigeon shooter.
Getting off to a good start
Justin Clarke explains how gundog handlers can make the most of the spring and summer months.
The fundraising machine
The story of how Royal Berkshire Shooting School has helped raise £23m for charity since 1991.
Reviews, reviews, reviews
The Browning B725, Slaley Hall in Northumberland and the Jeep Grand Cherokee all go under the microscope.
Making sense of scenting
Graham Cox on why a gundog’s sense of smell is a trait that is seldom agreed upon.
It’s that man off the tele!
Gogglebox’s Dom Parker shares a lifetime of shooting anecdotes.
Top 10 tax tips for shoots
Alison Robinson explains how shoots can keep the taxman from their doors.
Keep it clean
William Evans gunsmith Gordon Swatton explains how to maintain your shotgun.