Left Handed Shooting: Everything you need to know

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25th Jun 2018

Left Handed Shooting: Everything you need to know

If you’re left handed and planning on taking up shooting, like the rest of things in life, it’s not going to be quite as simple for the southpaws of the world. If you think you’re going to be able to pick-up and shoot and simply as the rest of the right-handed population, you’re unfortunately mistaken. However, with some guidance, we’ll make sure you know what you’re looking for and how to be an effective shooter.

What Are The Best Air Rifle Pellets?

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11th May 2018

What Are The Best Air Rifle Pellets?

Getting into shooting air rifles can be a difficult and complicated task. There’s legislation to understand, weapon types to wrap your head around and ammunition to choose (to name but a few). So, be it for competitive target shooting, back garden plinking or farm pest elimination, choosing the right air rifle pellet can be a difficult task for a novice.

So, in this blog, we’re going to go through the different kinds of pellet that are available on the market, and give you insight into the pros and cons of their use.

The Difference Between Spalling and Bullet Splash

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12th Nov 2017

The Difference Between Spalling and Bullet Splash

There are 2 key things to be aware of when shooting steel – spalling and bullet splash. However, do you know the difference and do you know the dangers of each?

Most shooters think that they know the difference or think that both are the same thing and others may get them the wrong way round. Ultimately, what you call it doesn’t make a difference; the important part is to be aware of each danger, its effects and how to avoid them.

5 Beginner Tips for Shooting Clay Pigeon

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7th Jul 2017

5 Beginner Tips for Shooting Clay Pigeon

Shooting clay pigeon for the first time can be a daunting experience. There’s this misconception that clay pigeon and other shooting sports are for pompous, uppity men with little time for the young (or old) new comers to the sport.

However, this couldn’t be further from the truth, most shooters welcome new comers and want nothing more than extra people to share their experiences and stories with, and for them to be safe whilst doing so.

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