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11th October 2017

Pistol Pest Control

Pistol Pest Control There is no doubt that summer is prime season for pests but it is by no means the only time that pests are around so you need to be vigilant. Rats and mice, unlike many other mammals, do not typically hibernate during winter and as the temperatures drop, they are more likely […]

10th October 2017

Airgun Pellets, what’s the best for me?

So you have your rifle. What’s the first accessory you’re going to need? Well, something to shoot out of it might be an idea; so let’s look at your choice of pellets. Now, the barrel of any air rifle will contain minute imperfections in both the material and rifling, which can have a large effect […]

5th August 2016

Buyer’s Guide To Shotguns For Newbies

  Choosing a shotgun is something that can be both a long and enjoyable process, with so many brands and models out there it is easy to get overwhelmed. Resident shooting enthusiast Steph Brooks is here to help you to navigate you through this maze of terminology and make the right choice…. First of all, […]

3rd August 2016

8 Things You Never Knew About Archery

Thanks to Hawkeye, Disney’s Brave and Katniss Everdeen, Archery is finally being given the recognition it deserves for being a pretty cool sport. It can be a whole lot of fun from being a beginner learning the ropes, right up to the intense skill and power it takes to partake in competitive archery. That said, […]

3rd August 2016

Buyer’s Guide to Archery for Newbies

We have an extensive range of products in our archery store, and it can be intimidating for the newcomer. Where do you start? Buying your first bow is very exciting. A recurve bow is a beautiful object, and arrows come with various colours of fletches. But do you really know what you need for an […]

28th July 2016

Seven Things You Never Knew About Trap & Skeet Shooting

The popularity of target shooting is growing rapidly, especially among the young. New clubs are opening, and existing clubs are growing. Shooting is being introduced into schools and scouts groups. Opportunities for participation are opening up to everyone. The sport is a test of concentration, steadiness of body and mind, technique, eyesight, and judgement. It’s […]

28th July 2016

How to Get Into Archery for your Office Day Out

‘Team building’ can be a term that evokes a chorus of groans and a feeling of dread around the office. Usually involving ‘trust falls’, pointless games and awkward icebreakers, what should be an office adventure usually ends up being rather dull. This year, why not do something completely different and learn archery together as a […]

28th July 2016

How To Get Your Children & Family Into Archery

This summer, why not grab a kids bow and arrow set, and whisk your youngsters away from their computers and out into the open (weather permitting of course!). Spend some times together learning archery for kids and the whole family! Whether you’re feeling inspired from the Summer sporting events or have a budding Katniss/Hawkeye in your […]

28th July 2016

Get into Competitive Trap, Skeet & Clay Pigeon Shooting

With a summer full of sporting events ahead, skeet shooting and trap shooting will once again be featured prominently on TV and online, and will hopefully help to publicise these fast growing sports and inspire a new generation of shooters to take part. If you are looking to compete on the global scale you are […]

27th July 2016

Going Trap / Skeet Shooting On Your First Date

Let’s face it, taking a date to a restaurant or the cinema is nice but dull. To really make a first date go with a ‘bang’, why not try something new and exciting, and go Clay Pigeon Shooting instead? What is Clay Pigeon Shooting? One thing you may have to clarify to your date is that no […]

26th July 2016

How To Become A Competitive Archer

Given that this summer is a turning out to be a wonderful season for sport, such as the Archery World Cup in Odense later this year, we decided to take a closer look at how you can join your sporting heroes and become a competitive archer…… Types Of Competitive Archery – Target Archery First of […]

26th July 2016

How to Get Into Archery for Beginners

This summer will see many new enthusiasts for the sport of archery, so if you’ve discovered a newfound passion for this activity, then read on to find out how you can get involved…. All forms of archery in the UK are under governance of ArcheryGB, which is affiliated to the World Archery Federation – formerly […]

26th July 2016

How To Get Into Shooting For Beginners (Air Pistol / Air Rifle)

If you’ve ever fancied getting started in the world of shooting, it’s probably easier than you first thought. Let us help you with this handy guide to starting out …… First off, you have to be over the age of 18 to purchase an air rifle or air pistol, and have valid photo ID (passport […]

11th April 2016

Ten Top Bushcraft Survival & Supplies Tips

 If you’re passionate about the outdoors and want to learn more about survival skills and bushcraft, then this short primer will help to give you a few pointers on how to fend for yourself, and enjoy those nights under the stars. Corkscrew The tighter the knot, the stronger it holds. But the tighter the knot, […]

2nd March 2016

Top Tips For Shooting A Recurve Bow

Are you thinking about getting into archery? Our resident archery enthusiast James gives us his advice on how to fire a recurve bow. In my experience, there are various different ways in which you can shoot a bow depending on your style of archery. For instance, an archer using bare bow style, a recurve without the […]

27th January 2016

Review: Clay Pigeon Shooting Training Day

If you’re interested in learning about using a shotgun, A great way to begin shooting is with a beginners course or some assisted training from an instructor. Our resident shooting journalist Hazel Randall tried out one such course, heading out for some instruction from Alan Evans of Fair Clay Targets. I arrived at my destination with a hammering […]