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The Shooting Show – deer stalking masterclass with Jason Doyle

Irish sika stalking expert Jason Doyle brings you the lowdown on the concept of maximum point-blank range. Not sure? How about this: Never having to alter the point of aim on deer anywhere from 130 to 250 yards. It could

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CLA Game Fair cancelled, future uncertain

The CLA Game Fair has been cancelled due to financial losses. In a statement, the CLA says: ‘The CLA regrets that it will no longer run the annual CLA Game Fair. This decision includes cancelling the planned event scheduled to

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The Shooting Show – shooting pigeons by the M11 PLUS Midland Game Fair highlights

Geoff Garrod sets up in a classic field-edge location for a day at the pigeons. But there’s a twist: This field edge borders a busy motorway. With safe shooting directions and quarry retrieval to think of, Geoff’s got a lot

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2016 Countryside Clay Shoot

The date has been announced for next year’s Countryside Clay Shoot: Saturday 14 May at Six Mile Bottom in Cambridgeshire.

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LAG on the ropes?

Ex-LAG members have submitted a second report to DEFRA, critically undermining the first report put forward by chairman John Swift.

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CLA updates

There have been some exciting new developments for this year’s CLA Game Fair; the City Shots Challenge will return, plus the Fair will be holding a Ladies Day. This year’s Game Fair is set to be held at Harewood House in Yorkshire

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Countryside Clay Shoot resounding success

The NGO team won the Hugh van Cutsem Challenge Cup at the hugely popular Countryside Clay Shoot.  Organisers were delighted by the high turn out for the event at Six Mile Bottom, welcoming teams from some of the biggest shooting organisations in

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Take part in crime survey

If you live or work in rural areas, your voice is need for the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) survey to paint a clearer picture about our crime in our countryside. The National Rural Crime Survey, the largest ever survey to investigate the true impact

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Countryside champion

As the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales, the CLA has many responsibilities. Helena Douglas looks into what the organisation does. Stating that it speaks for everyone who believes in a living

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Competition: 2015 Countryside Clay Shoot

The 2015 Countryside Clay Shoot will be held at the Six Mile Bottom shooting estate in Cambridgeshire on 23 May. Pairs and individuals especially are being encouraged to take part in the shoot, to ensure teams of four can be arranged. The shoot, organised by BASC and

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