At Cotswold Shooting we aim to make sure you get the right equipment for the task, be it stalking or driven game shooting and anything in-between, we have the knowledge and products to help you make the right decision. With access to a 100m rifle range as well as one of the countries leading clay pigeon grounds, plus our own on-site 25m air rifle range, we are able to help you decide on the right gun. We look forward to welcoming you to our shop, helping you choose from our range of top quality brands and making sure that you enjoy the Cotswold Shooting experience. We are an independent shot gun, Fiochhi cartridge and Rhino chokes dealer, based in North Conwall. We offer a range of new and used Shotguns. Please feel free to browse our website. For further information please contact us by email clay pigeon shooting experience phone.

Keith Spear has been in the shooting world for 40 years. He has gained experience shooting around the world in various competitions with a wide knowledge of guns and cartridges. In 2012 Keith launched his cartridge company retailing Fiocchi Cartridges. Fiocchi are a well respected manufacturer with a good worldwide reputation. They offer a extensive range thats diversified for its consumers including hunters and clay pigeon shooting.

In 2016 Keith wanted to expand his business into dealing with new and used guns. He can obtain any make and model you require and always has a wide range of guns in stock. As selling your gun can be frustrating and time consuming to find the right buyer, we offer the opportunity to trade in your used gun, therefore not leaving you without one. We can also offer to sell your gun for you, as Keith is a keen shooter he is mixing with prospective buyers every weekend. Want to buy a single issue of Shooting Times, Sporting Gun or Shooting Gazette? In these strange times while we’re all still in lockdown, some of you may have found yourselves thinking about how to improve your shooting, as and when we can get back to some sort of normality. Shooting instructors This is a subject that infuriates the proper professionals.

It is a topic that the late Ed Watson — Dr Watson, Shooting Gazette — was very vocal about and rightly so. For many people looking to improve their shooting — or those starting to learn to shoot — it is very easy to have the wool pulled over your eyes, be misguided and throw away your money. Five-minute wonder Finding decent shooting instructors isn’t always easy. It has become all too easy for any chancer to pay some money and attend one of the various instructing courses offered by the shooting organisations. On passing this five-minute wonder, they then consider themselves fully qualified know-it-alls in whichever discipline they choose. They can then parade around shooting grounds or country fairs, taking people’s money for what is often horrendous advice — or, even worse, they start talking absolute nonsense on social media.

Whichever route you choose with your shooting, it is absolutely essential that you have lessons with an instructor who is known and specialises in the discipline you are hoping to improve in. Naturally, in many cases, they will be a recognised Shot as well. Clay shooting There are a handful of very accomplished clay Shots, whether it’s through representing their country or having achieved accolades in winning major world championships. These are the correct people for the job on the clay front. These coaches know how to win. They know the techniques through facing thousands of different clays and they also know how to deal with the all-important mental side of shooting at competition level.

They have experience that has been gained through dedication, and investing in this level of coaching is certainly worth the money. Game shooting Game shooting is entirely different. And for those Shots who want to improve their technique, a specialist instructor is key. You are looking for someone who understands the species of feathered game you are going to be shooting — or want to improve in — and who is not only a well-known instructor but also a recognised Shot in your chosen discipline. Fieldcraft This is the same for pheasant, partridge, duck or any walked-up sport or wild game. Being able to discuss with the right person your skills and fieldcraft on a day, and how birds can vary in flight depending on topography and weather, is so important. Being taught all aspects of a day and not merely safe and competent shooting is an absolute must. The best game shooting instructors will spend valuable time in the field with clients.

This is a very important aspect for anyone looking to develop their game shooting. Being able to hone skills, style and technique at the shooting school is critical but being able to implement them on a day, be it on the peg or — even better, in the pigeon hide — is key. Top instructors will take that client from the classroom and make sure that they are able to implement the hard work they have put in during the close season on the real thing. A day’s shooting is very different from a lesson. There are so many more factors to really focus on to make sure your client shoots to the best of their ability: fieldcraft on a day, controlling nerves, mental calmness, safety, cartridge selection, clothing and more. The best coaches are the full package and can make sure your efforts in lessons pay off in the field.

It’s no good spending money on lessons if you can’t put what you’ve learned into practice. It is a fact that some of the best game Shots learn their craft in the pigeon hide. I would suggest that some of the most important coaching happens where there are pigeon that need controlling too. Far from the stress and formality of a driven day, a busy afternoon in the hide allows you and your coach to focus on your shooting, from every angle. A good instructor looks at each client as an individual, with individual goals and abilities. He or she should be able to bring out the best in someone while not only improving their style, technique and ability, but also knowledge and confidence. Fun Sometimes having a lesson can be nerve-racking but you should never feel uncomfortable, nervous or belittled.

It should be a fun experience working on your shooting ability, and a top shooting instructor will enjoy watching you improve. In return, you will maximise and enjoy your days in the field with or without your instructor. Learning to shoot or improve your shooting requires a trusting relationship between instructor and client. It is really important that you click on a personal level with your instructor. As a professional game shooting instructor and gunfitter, I consider privacy absolutely essential. As the 21st century seems to be about ever-increasing egos, it is important that the client is not subjected to over-exposure through social media. You should never feel at risk of appearing on a film or in a picture that may end up online. Cost As is the case with most things, you really do get what you pay for in terms of time, experience and expertise.

100 for a Big Mac, but you may consider spending that kind of money if your meal is being cooked by Gordon Ramsay or Michel Roux. There aren’t many genuinely top instructors in their particular fields so they come at a cost. It’s rather like buying a cheap pair of shoes: pay cheap, pay twice. If you go for a suspiciously cheap instructor, in the long run you will end up having to source a top professional to sort out the mess that has been made of your shooting. This highlights the importance of doing your research. There are diamonds in unlikely places out there, but they are hard to find. 150 an hour, plus the costs of clays and cartridges. Sessions tend to be more relaxed with there being no strict time constraints.

Doing your research will also prevent you from getting ripped off. You don’t want to overpay for a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Not all top instructors fit guns, but they will be able to guide you in the right direction. Again, this is something to bear in mind when looking for that instructor to take you in the right direction and I always say that the better you get, the more you’ll enjoy your shooting. It is really important that you, as the client, who is so valuable to our game and clay shooting, takes the correct advice if you want to improve. In turn, you can then set a great example in the field or at the shooting ground for future generations, new Shots and the general public. Which dog breed would suit you best? Which dog is best for rough shooting?

For many gundog owners there can be nothing more exciting and rewarding than shooting over their own dog. I was asked recently about my opinion on a dog’s eye colour. Do you know your gundog vocabulary? Looking for a copy of Sporting Gun? What is the best shotgun cartridge and choke combination for pheasant shooting? Do mobile phones have a place in the field? Is gassing rabbit burrows as good as ferreting them? Looking for a copy of Shooting Gazette?

When can you go out in the field? Future Publishing Limited Quay House, The Ambury, Bath BA1 1UA. England and Wales company registration number 2008885. Set in 20 acres of partially wooded and landscaped grounds, West Kent Shooting School offers a comprehensive English Sporting layout with over 100 different combination of targets, including a 100ft Raywing High Tower. The range is carefully laid out to provide a totally natural setting for extensive shooting for both novices and experts, all within the beautiful tranquillity of rural Kent, close to Royal Tunbridge Wells. Our continued success owes much to our policy of constantly re-investing in our core activity as a Shooting School. A CPSA Premier Plus Ground since 2006.

Our Corporate and Conference facilities blend the highest standard of professionalism with an informal touch that makes each corporate guest feel like a favoured friend, which has cemented our reputation as one of the top venues in the South East for corporate shooting parties. The main gate will open at 9. The café will be open for takeaway food and refreshments only. We are not taking lessons bookings until the after Easter, but if you would like to book something please email us your details or leave a message and we will contact you once we are fully open. COVID WEST KENT SHOOTING SCHOOL 29 March 2021. 5th January 2021 we are closed until further notice. Another lovely day at West Kent SS. Pete was given the perfect gift of vouchers!

Couldn’t have asked for better day. We all had a super event. Thank you for a very well organised day and for giving it so much attention to detail. Very well laid out ground with multiple traps, some having up to 5 bird options. We had been recommended this place by some friends and thought it was a long way to drive, but boy was it worth it! Dear West Kent, Yesterday was my first visit to your ground and I have to say what a pleasure it was.

Our 10 year old grandson Archie says he had the best lesson and shoot ever today with Colin Gardner. Thanks Colin for making his birthday. I just want to say a very big thank you to Cliff. Great place , great staff and great prices always have a great time when visiting. Just a short note to thank you for looking after us on Friday. Everybody had a really good time and thoroughly enjoyed it. Gun Shop Visit our sister site Hadfield guns to browse our superb selection of shotguns, air guns and firearms.

Fishing Lakes We have over 9 acres of water spread over 4 large, well stocked carp and coarse fishing lakes. Lakeside Café Serving great coffee and food in beautiful surroundings, every day from 09. The welcome at Lakeside Sporting is very warm and friendly and they have a great array of clays to challenge the best of shots but also help the beginner find the target. I love shooting, clays and game. I’m very lucky that there are some very good clay shooting grounds near me in the east mids. One of my favourites is Lakeside, it’s got a good, well maintained, varied range and allows me to keep my eye in during the off season for game shooting.

The stands offer excellent variety, and difficulties of clays and the reception you get is warm and friendly. The Hadfield guns shop is fully stocked with everything you need and at great value. Dave Carrie Shooting Visits Lakeside We recently had the pleasure of hosting Dave Carrie Shooting at Lakeside Sporting. Dave also has a chat with our very own gold medal winning expert and member of the British shooting team, Linus Ridge about the latest in cutting edge optics. Only two minutes from the A46, we’re located just outside of the village of Wymeswold in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside. Social distancing measures have been put in place. We are offering takeaway food — place your order in the cafe.

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When you arrive, please park within a sensible distance from one another and head to the lake you wish to fish and set up. Again sitting no less than 2 meters apart! Culinary Concepts — silverware in stock now. Beautiful evening at Lakeside last week. Members day this Saturday 1st Feb! Bespoke Joiner James will blow your mind with his fantastic handy work!

Ladies Day here at Lakeside Sporting. 3 hours of shooting and finishing off with afternoon tea. This Ladies Day is designed for both Experienced and Novice shooters. Fab day out with your friends or opportunity to make new friends to enjoy the sport with. We can provide lessons every day of the week, 9 — 5pm. 8pm tonight everybody, come and have a go! You can find further information on our Cheshire ESP Event Page or to book in call or email the gun room.

Mickley Hall Shooting School is a family run business, started by England Shooters John and Scott Barnett in 2011. With shooting careers spanning a combined 70 years, John and Scott have set up a ground with targets to suit all abilities ranging from novice to the seasoned pro. Here at Mickley Hall, we are committed to providing the highest standard of service and products, as well as ensuring to have a calm, relaxed welcoming and friendly atmosphere. DTL and Sportrap, to all our customers. With a variety of targets we cater for all abilities. Opened in Early 2018 the Mickley Hall Gun room has a wide range of products for the avid shooter.

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Used Shotguns and Air Rifles, Game and Clay Cartridges from Eley Hawk and clothing for clay and game shooting from brands such as Beretta, Jack Pyke, Hoggs of Fife, Shooter King, Alan Paine etc. Tuition is readily available here at Mickley Hall for small groups, individually or Corporate groups, from Tuesday — Saturday, for Clay Shooting, Archery and Air Rifle. Gun fitting sessions are also available daily with Scott, to ensure your gun fits you just right! Brilliant format, and some thought provoking targets. Looking forward to next year’s Eley Grand Prix already. Great facility, good variety of layouts, friendly staff always happy to point you in right direction.

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Mickley Hall Shooting School, Mickley Hall Lane, Broomhall, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 8AJ. Go Shooting has been providing Australia’s oldest and best clay target shooting adventures for over twenty years. The object of clay pigeon shooting is to hit a clay target that has been launched into the air with a shotgun. If you’re looking to improve your existing shooting skills or are just getting into this fantastic sport, Russell Mark and Lauryn Mark are the best options. Across all of the Olympic and non-Olympic disciplines of clay target shooting, Go Shooting coaching clinics or private sessions will help you to perfect your fundamental techniques while improving your gun fit, stance, hold points, and mental game. More Than 200 Positive Reviews and Counting! Best in History in Olympic Double Trap’, and Lauryn Mark, triple-Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist and dual Olympian. We have interviewed a selection of the world’s greatest shotgunners.

Everyone on this list is a World Champion, Olympic Medalist or both. This is a who’s who in the world of shotgun shooting. You can watch the interviews on our Youtube channel. To our knowledge there are only two performance enhancers for clay target shooters. You have not registered to our club? The end of March 2021 will see the second year-end in my role as an AGB Ambassador. The BASC pigeon shooting team is comprised of members of BASC staff from different departments, all of whom share a passion for pigeon shooting. BASC is advising members that following routine monitoring, outbreaks of Avian Influenza have been confirmed in the UK.

Bath BA1 1UA. All within the beautiful tranquillity of rural Kent — looking for a copy of Shooting Gazette? Racking but you should never feel uncomfortable, whether it’s through representing their country or having achieved accolades in winning major world championships. We offer the opportunity to trade in your used gun, and who is not only a well, social distancing measures have been put in place. We look forward to welcoming you to our shop, from every angle.

From outreach work with schools, to generating cross-party support in parliament, BASC’s bird box project continues to go from strength-to-strength. BASC’s political team have contacted all PCC candidates in the run up to 6 May elections, highlighting the current lack of consistency across UK police forces around firearms licensing. BASC is deeply saddened to hear of the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was the association’s patron for more than half a century. You may check this on the Financial Services Register by visiting the FCA’s website or by contacting the FCA on 0800 111 6768. If you have any questions or complaints about your BASC membership insurance cover please email. More information about resolving complaints can be found on the FCA website or on the EU ODR platform. Visitors are advised that BASC cannot accept responsibility for statements made in advertisements on this, or linked external sites. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. At Cotswold Shooting we aim to make sure you get the right equipment for the task, be it stalking or driven game shooting and anything in-between, we have the knowledge and products to help you make the right decision.

With access to a 100m rifle range as well as one of the countries leading clay pigeon grounds, plus our own on-site 25m air rifle range, we are able to help you decide on the right gun. We look forward to welcoming you to our shop, helping you choose from our range of top quality brands and making sure that you enjoy the Cotswold Shooting experience. We are an independent shot gun, Fiochhi cartridge and Rhino chokes dealer, based in North Conwall. We offer a range of new and used Shotguns. Please feel free to browse our website. For further information please contact us by email or phone. Keith Spear has been in the shooting world for 40 years. He has gained experience shooting around the world in various competitions with a wide knowledge of guns and cartridges. In 2012 Keith launched his cartridge company retailing Fiocchi Cartridges. Fiocchi are a well respected manufacturer with a good worldwide reputation.

They offer a extensive range thats diversified for its consumers including hunters and clay pigeon shooting. In 2016 Keith wanted to expand his business into dealing with new and used guns. He can obtain any make and model you require and always has a wide range of guns in stock. As selling your gun can be frustrating and time consuming to find the right buyer, we offer the opportunity to trade in your used gun, therefore not leaving you without one. We can also offer to sell your gun for you, as Keith is a keen shooter he is mixing with prospective buyers every weekend. Want to buy a single issue of Shooting Times, Sporting Gun or Shooting Gazette? In these strange times while we’re all still in lockdown, some of you may have found yourselves thinking about how to improve your shooting, as and when we can get back to some sort of normality. Shooting instructors This is a subject that infuriates the proper professionals. It is a topic that the late Ed Watson — Dr Watson, Shooting Gazette — was very vocal about and rightly so. For many people looking to improve their shooting — or those starting to learn to shoot — it is very easy to have the wool pulled over your eyes, be misguided and throw away your money.

Five-minute wonder Finding decent shooting instructors isn’t always easy. It has become all too easy for any chancer to pay some money and attend one of the various instructing courses offered by the shooting organisations. On passing this five-minute wonder, they then consider themselves fully qualified know-it-alls in whichever discipline they choose. They can then parade around shooting grounds or country fairs, taking people’s money for what is often horrendous advice — or, even worse, they start talking absolute nonsense on social media. Whichever route you choose with your shooting, it is absolutely essential that you have lessons with an instructor who is known and specialises in the discipline you are hoping to improve in. Naturally, in many cases, they will be a recognised Shot as well. Clay shooting There are a handful of very accomplished clay Shots, whether it’s through representing their country or having achieved accolades in winning major world championships. These are the correct people for the job on the clay front. These coaches know how to win. They know the techniques through facing thousands of different clays and they also know how to deal with the all-important mental side of shooting at competition level.

They have experience that has been gained through dedication, and investing in this level of coaching is certainly worth the money. Game shooting Game shooting is entirely different. And for those Shots who want to improve their technique, a specialist instructor is key. You are looking for someone who understands the species of feathered game you are going to be shooting — or want to improve in — and who is not only a well-known instructor but also a recognised Shot in your chosen discipline. Fieldcraft This is the same for pheasant, partridge, duck or any walked-up sport or wild game. Being able to discuss with the right person your skills and fieldcraft on a day, and how birds can vary in flight depending on topography and weather, is so important. Being taught all aspects of a day and not merely safe and competent shooting is an absolute must.

The best game shooting instructors will spend valuable time in the field with clients. This is a very important aspect for anyone looking to develop their game shooting. Being able to hone skills, style and technique at the shooting school is critical but being able to implement them on a day, be it on the peg or — even better, in the pigeon hide — is key. Top instructors will take that client from the classroom and make sure that they are able to implement the hard work they have put in during the close season on the real thing. A day’s shooting is very different from a lesson. There are so many more factors to really focus on to make sure your client shoots to the best of their ability: fieldcraft on a day, controlling nerves, mental calmness, safety, cartridge selection, clothing and more.