Clay Shooting June 2019 Issue 135
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Published 1st May
This issue of Clay Shooting covers the first big competitions of the season and gets stuck into a rich selection of features from the best in the business. Richard Atkins is takes a close look at the lovely Caesar Guerini Invictus VII Sporter; Jason Doyle ponders the difference between practice and training; Anita North reports from the first ISSF World Cup in Acapulco; Ben Cartwright recalls the experience of choosing his first gun; and sports scientist Ethan Lowry discusses coffee – will it keep you focused, or leave you a jittery mess?
We also have a special report on overbored barrels with long forcing cones. They work well with plastic wads, but with fibre wads there could be patterning problems and even safety issues. That’s in addition to our essential buyers' guides, our regular reports from UK shooters, and a round-up of what was hot at this year’s IWA Outdoor Classics. Only one magazine gives you all this clay shooting content in one place!