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Improve your game shooting tecnique

Which instructor will improve your game shooting technique?

Edward Watson: Nobody, no matter how good their game shooting technique, should ever forget that practice is the best way to improve maintain a polished game shooting technique. It is so important that everyone who has a game shooting lesson comes away happy to have spent the money and, most…

UK hopes for Commonwealth Games shooting glory

UK hopes for Commonwealth Games shooting glory

It’s traditional for sporting interests to shift to Scotland in the summer. Think of an image of fine-weather fieldsports in Britain and chances are it’ll be something Scottish – red stags on the high tops of the Caledonian hills; salmon and trout slinking beneath the surface of great rivers; and…

Changing attitudes to firearms

“A great deal, of late, has been said and has been written against shooting. It has been denounced as unnatural, cruel, useless, and absurd.” I like that, but the words are not mine. They were written in 1876 by Wildfowler, the nom de plume of Lewis Clement, who was to…

My puppy is scared of people

Originally published June 2007 PETER BLATCH says: This type of behaviour is not uncommon among pups’ of this age – especially those which have not been humanised and have led something of a pressured and sheltered life in a kennel. The best way to deal with this is to get…