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Too tall an order?

high_pheasantShooting at birds that are far beyond one’s ability isn’t ethical, says George Padley. Yet some game Shots take on the challenge of extreme range pheasants without any preparation or, indeed, considering the ethics of doing so and the potential wider ramifications for our sport.

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All in a good cause

fieldsports–charityThe middle of October marked the last of the 2016 fundraising events hosted by The Royal Berkshire Shooting School (RBSS) and its sister company The Really Wild Clay Company (RWCC).

After totting up a grand total of funds raised this year, the gross amount comes to a remarkable £1,625,470.00.

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Game shooting solutions – part 3

sw_frontTop game shooting instructor Simon Ward answers your questions.

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The eyes have it

eyes_mainChris Batha takes a look at the symptoms of faulty visual perception in the shooting field, and considers the remedial options available.

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Planning your gundog training

training2Well-laid plans yield greater results, says Ben Randall, who explains the merits of a more considered approach to gundog training.

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Top 10 gundog training mistakes

gundogadvice_frontGundog expert Ben Randall highlights the training mistakes we should be careful to avoid.

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Outstanding Guns 2016

outstanding_gunsfrontGiving recognition to those who truly deserve it, for all of the right reasons.

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Form or function?

niels_front_mainTo many, the classic feather-wing Atlantic salmon fly is a relic of the past, a reminder of a distant, bygone era. But for Niels Have, one of the world’s most talented fly tiers, they still represent the very pinnacle in modern fly tying. And, as Matt Kidd discovered, he puts them to very good use, too.

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