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Blaser Guns are Good for Game Shooting Part 2 - Courtesy of Jonathan Young

BLASER F3 SHOTGUN

The Blaser F3 differs from most guns, as explained with admirable clarity by Irwin Greenstein in Shotgun Life: “Shotgun hammers are generally cam-shaped and pivot on an axis to strike the firing pin. 840 more words

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UK Women’s Shooting Clubs - Courtesy of The Field

Ladies shooting clubs are seeing a massive increase in membership. Which is the right one for you to join or connect with for your planned shooting vacation to the UK? 400 more words

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Franchi Affinity Semi-Automatic Review - Courtesy of Jason Harris

Jason Harris recommends the new Franchi Affinity; a Beretta stable-mate with Benelli inspiration making for a fine entry-level semi-auto shotgun.

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Ten Tips to Improve Your Clay Shooting - How to Hit More Clays by Mike Yardley 

10 very helpful hints from master coach Mike Yardley on how to improve your shooting on clay pigeons.

Rule 1: KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE BIRD –  930 more words

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Blaser F3 Over & Under Shotgun Review - Courtesy of Elwood Shelton

Blaser Releases Ladies Model of its F3 Over-Under Shotgun

 

It’s fair to say that for the better part of Blaser’s existence it’s filled a unique place in the firearms world. 503 more words

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Stevens Model 555 Shotgun Review - Courtesy of Steve Gash

Stevens firearms have been going strong for 150 years. Joshua Stevens and two backers, James Taylor and W.B. Fay, founded J. Stevens & Co. in the “gun valley” near Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, in 1864. 1,113 more words

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Clays and Wingshooting Basics Explained - Courtesy of Irwin Greenstein

A good article written from the US perspective on what is required to be a successful clay and winged game shooter.

If you’re accustomed to rifles or pistols, or simply a new shooter, you’ll be surprised to know that shotguns generally require both of your eyes to be open while shooting. 3,374 more words

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