Clay Shooting August 2019 Issue 138
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Published 24th July
At the height of the competition season events are coming thick and fast, and we’ve got reports from some of the biggest and best this month, including the Beretta World Sporting, the Jack Pyke Open, the British and English All-Round, and the DTL Weekend at Bywell. More women than ever are taking up shotgun shooting, as Anita North reports from the roaring successful National Ladies Shooting Day, which took place at shooting grounds across the country. Meanwhile, our editor visits British Shooting at Nuthampstead to find out more about their Talent Pathway, shoot a round of Olympic Skeet, and learn how they’re looking to work more closely with the shooting industry to help athletes realise their potential.
Elsewhere in this issue, eye dominance problems get a thorough discussion: Jonathan McGee visits the launch of Ben Husthwaite’s latest solution, the Eye D Rail, at a well attended open day at Kibworth; Lloyd Pattison presents a round up of other possible solutions; and Ben Cartwright recounts his own quest for great shooting vision.
You’ll also find an interview with the man who creates the stunning painted ear muffs and gun stocks you see around the grounds; an in-depth technical review of the impressive Rio 28g Target Load cartridges; a visit to Doveridge; a buyers’ guides for ladies’ guns and 21g training loads; and much more. Enjoy this issue!