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Gundog prize winners at The National Shooting Show 2024

2024-05-16T16:21:16+00:00

Congratulations to all the gundog prize winners of The National Shooting Show 2024 with Kirkbourne Spaniels! Well done to everyone who entered, here are the winners over the weekend: The winners SATURDAY WORKING TEST 1st - Steve and Ferne - winning a pair of Brandecosse boots 2nd - Trevor and Christopher 3rd - Keith and Alice SCURRY 1st - Sophia and Izzy 2nd - Julie and Gracie 3rd - Andy and Fergul LONG RETRIEVE 1st - Macey and Hope 2nd - Kate and Buzz 3rd - Georgia and Freya Ready to go SUNDAY WORKING TEST: 1st - ...

Gundog prize winners at The National Shooting Show 20242024-05-16T16:21:16+00:00

Shooting results at National Shooting Show 2024: National Shoot Out, Shooting Show Competition Challenge and Steel Plate Challenge

2024-05-20T11:48:13+00:00

The sun shone, the crowds were out in force and there was a real buzz in the air. (Results for HFT shooting here.) Two competitions were run by EJ Churchill. The National Clay Shoot Out Competition was keen for the exciting 50-bird English Sporting technical clay competition. The prize pot was £1,000 High Gun, £400 Ladies, £400 Veteran, £200 Juniors (under 16s). Winners were:  High Gun Mark Marshall - 46 Ladies - Marie Meadows - 42 Veterans - Pat Dickman - 43 Junior - Kai Renolds - 34 Mark Marshall, announced High Gun winner Another event was the Shooting ...

Shooting results at National Shooting Show 2024: National Shoot Out, Shooting Show Competition Challenge and Steel Plate Challenge2024-05-20T11:48:13+00:00

Final scores for the HFT shooting competition at The National Shooting Show

2024-05-16T15:47:48+00:00

The standards were high, the competition keen. Scores were as follows: Well done Josh Townsend, first in the Junior challenge   Open 1st Neil Palmer 2nd Charles Peal 3rd Mark Wilson 4th Mark Camoccio  (CB) 5th William Hoggan   (CB) Recoil 1st Jonathan Ball 2nd Brett Holloway  (SO) 0.22" 1st Chris Murray 2nd Dan Measures Junior 1st Josh Townsend 2nd Ruby McGachan Ladies 1st Toni Bingley 2nd Joanne Cogger Veterans 1st Mark Rackley 2nd Dave Benyon  (CB) Sticks 1st Geoff Jones 2nd Steve Johnson Club Team Club name: The Oaks Charles Peal Mark Rackley Graeme Cargan Simon Vant Howard Kalisch ...

Final scores for the HFT shooting competition at The National Shooting Show2024-05-16T15:47:48+00:00

Sun Sets on Record-Breaking National Shooting Show 2024 

2024-05-16T13:44:32+00:00

The National Shooting Show (NSS), held at the Yorkshire Event Centre 11-12 May 2024, welcomed over 20,000 enthusiastic visitors this last weekend.   With over 200 exhibitors, the event provided a feast for firearm enthusiasts, offering a diverse array of guns, accessories, and expert advice. Attendees were also treated to interactive experiences, including the opportunity to test-fire cannons, semi-automatic rifles, shotguns and a mighty 50-calibre rifle. From novices to seasoned experts, the NSS event catered to all, serving as both a celebration and a hub for like-minded individuals to connect and indulge in their passion for shooting.   Now in its 9th year, ...

Sun Sets on Record-Breaking National Shooting Show 2024 2024-05-16T13:44:32+00:00

A glorious day at The National Shooting Show

2024-05-16T13:31:02+00:00

The sun shone, there was a buzz in the air and by 8am there was a long queue of people snaking around the car park, queuing up for the gates. Once 8.30am arrived everybody streamed in and set off to enjoy their day. Sitting in the sun, watching the gundogs scurry Parents, children, grandparents, couples, all sorts of people and a variety of dogs walked up the main thoroughfare, stopping on the way for a coffee from one of the artisan vans, a catch-up with a friend they had caught sight of, a look at a stand that had ...

A glorious day at The National Shooting Show2024-05-16T13:31:02+00:00

INEOS Automotive official 4×4 partner for The National Shooting Show

2024-05-08T09:07:41+00:00

INEOS Automotive continues its role as Official 4X4 Partner for the UK’s most popular countryside shows - The Game Fair, The National Shooting Show and the GWCT Scottish Game Fair, which all take place this summer. The line-up of Grenadier models, including the recently launched Grenadier Quartermaster pick-up and Chassis Cab versions, provides best-in-class off-road capability, durability and reliability to those who depend on a vehicle for work, adventure or leisure, wherever they are in the world. The idea to manufacture a vehicle from scratch was developed in 2017 by INEOS Chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe and some friends in their favourite ...

INEOS Automotive official 4×4 partner for The National Shooting Show2024-05-08T09:07:41+00:00

Simon Whitehead’s Pakefield Ferrets

2024-04-11T10:24:49+00:00

Simon Whitehead of Pakefield Ferrets is a unique character in modern day Britain. He is a rabbiting aficionado, author of many books which include the acclaimed ‘Ahead of the Game’ and his latest, ‘Pugs and Drummers’. Both delve into the history, harvest, preparation and cooking of wild rabbit, as well as looking into the mindset of the author. His demonstrations are both educational and amusing, but also promote the virtues and practice of ferreting to the wider world. https://youtu.be/vDPRSDx3nDE Performances From a village green to The Game Fair and in-between, Simon's arena demonstrations are ranked amongst the most entertaining and ...

Simon Whitehead’s Pakefield Ferrets2024-04-11T10:24:49+00:00

Try flintlocks, percussion shotguns and black powder at The National Shooting Show

2024-04-30T13:06:24+00:00

Ever fancied trying your hand at shooting black powder? Well, now you can at The National Shooting Show. Sheffield Muzzle Loaders and Gun Club will be at the Show offering visitors a unique experience of bygone days on the Clayline at their stand. It's your chance to try out flintlock and percussion shotguns. Karren Browse, police liaison office for Sheffield Muzzle Loaders explains: "We can adapt our loads to give people the opportunity to experience black powder shooting at its best. We can also cater for the younger visitors who want to have a go. "Visitors to our stand can also experience ...

Try flintlocks, percussion shotguns and black powder at The National Shooting Show2024-04-30T13:06:24+00:00

Charity clay shoots raise £££s for good causes: so here’s how to organise one

2024-02-16T15:24:35+00:00

For the past six years The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation (NSIF) has run a clay pigeon flush event and last year raised an impressive £30,000 for the UK charity, which funds research into a cure for paralysis through spinal cord injury. Charity clay days Charity clay shoots have raised millions of pounds and clay day is certainly an appealing way to raise money for good causes. So we asked the fundraisers at NSIF for their tips on running one. Here's what they told us. "Money is raised from the NSIF Charity Clay Day in three ways; via ticket sales to the ...

Charity clay shoots raise £££s for good causes: so here’s how to organise one2024-02-16T15:24:35+00:00

How to encourage a Young Shot: get gun fit right and think about weight and recoil

2024-02-13T10:36:56+00:00

Good gun fit is key for all shooters, no matter what their age. But going out in the field with a gun that's comfortable to use is particularly important for Young Shots. Low recoil and good fit should be a priority for protecting young musculoskeletal systems. In addition, carrying a lighter gun on a shoot day is less tiring, particularly when walking miles through fields. So we were interested to hear about young Sophia Stanley's journey. She was recently presented with a junior lightweight, ultra low recoil 20-bore shotgun  by Manor & Co Gun and Rifle Makers, where she is a ...

How to encourage a Young Shot: get gun fit right and think about weight and recoil2024-02-13T10:36:56+00:00
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