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Simulated Game Shooting in the UK

Simulated driven game shooting (shooting clay pigeons instead of live game birds) is ever increasing in popularity in the UK with people from all works of life taking to the sport. 89 more words

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Simulated Game Shooting in West Sussex

One of our favourite simulated game shoots has relocated in West Sussex.

Great new grounds set in realistic driven game scenarios.

Pegs still available for scheduled days from now until end of Dec.  23 more words

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British Shooting is a social sport

British shooting is renowned for its great sportsmanship and social interaction between the Guns.

Convivial conversation and banter is enjoyed during all the breaks, in the Gun’s Wagon and over the luncheon or dinner table. 50 more words

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Clothing and Equipment for British Shooting

There are endless numbers of country clothing and shooting equipment manufacturers all vying for your hard-earned cash. The variation in their fashion and social acceptability, effectiveness and cost goes is extreme and quite daunting to the inexperienced. 165 more words

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Passing the Baton

Shooting along with other country sports enjoyed in Britain are quite often family affairs.

Spouses and children of both sexes are quite often seen out in the field either participating or providing mutual support. 44 more words

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Charity Day Sporting Clay Pigeon Shooting

Clay Pigeon shooting in its various forms is often used by British organisations for fund raising for various charities and causes.

One such organisation is The Prince’s Trust – established by HRH Prince Charles when he left the Royal Navy in 1976 – is dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. 151 more words

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How Do I start Shooting? (A complete beginners guide on how to start shooting)

For those that haven’t been given the opportunity to learn as a child or whose family and friends don’t shoot this is an attempt at providing a comprehensive guide on how to get into the shooting world. 1,742 more words