Clay Shooting May 2019 Issue 134

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Published 3rd April

The competition season is well and truly under way, and we’ve got the content you need to kickstart your year in shooting.

Applying for your Shotgun Certificate is always nerve racking, and this month we’ve two articles to help you get through the process smoothly. Ben Cartwright describes his experience applying for his first certificate, and Kate Gatacre talks to a Firearms Enquiry Officer to discover insider tips on how to approach the all-important interview.

Elsewhere in this issue, we reveal how some simple breathing exercises might add as much as 10 percent to your score! Jason Doyle battles with neck problems, and Bryce Blandford-Corp explains how newcomers’ first experiences are best looked after by a professional instructor. Meanwhile Richard Atkins has more advice on buying smart when choosing a second-hand gun, and he's testing some great value FOB Viper cartridges. Plus we've got a rundown on all the best gear for keeping your gun in good order, from boresnakes and brushes to oil and grease.

There's all this and more to discover within the pages of this month’s Clay Shooting!