A great insight of a true hunter gatherer. As we face more and more inward pressure from outside groups should we start looking to ourselves for the answers. Its clear that when we just take the breast meat from a bird this is out of sheer convenience and to return the most meat for the…

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We’re so excited to have the opportunity to share the story of Sam and Harry. Sam is a great guy who has a working Springer spaniel who’s been working desperately hard during the 19/20 season to get more opportunities to work his dog. Sam suffers from Cerebral Palsy which initially hampered his desire to work…

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A brilliant article from Schoffel and Simon Ward on getting into driven partridge. Partridge provide its own intricacies over other quarry in the UK. Darting and small partridge make a challenging target not for their ability to climb but to change direction and hug the landscape. This nifty agility often have the guns ruing the…

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24grams of this or 30 grams of that. When I first got into shooting I didn’t know what i was looking for. I believed the bigger the numbers meant the bigger the cartridge but thats not the case. In time you learn about the shot sizes and their applications. For clays i settled for 28…

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Im sure for most people reading this they’ve seen a bird come over and though, “theres no way” only for a fellow gun to take it down with ease. While many may out this down to cartridges, barrel length or sheer luck. While shootings not a perfect science with many factors you can’t control but…

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A great insight from a brilliant countryman talking on the importance of pigeon shooting in the UK. John makes a brilliant case for shooting pigeon, not only as incredibly challenging bird to shootout also for the benefit of the countryside. John also makes a great point of the benefit to the countryside and the shooting…

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“On Monday 25th, the BGA team hit the streets of Bristol, serving over 4,000 portions of their commercial game products throughout the day, while speaking to members of the public who have never tried game before, engaging with social influencers and talking to local chefs and restaurants who all came and tried the products. The BGA…

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As some of you may be aware, the medical detection dogs is a charity close to us at The Shoot App. After seeing a couple of demonstrations over the last few years we really believe that this is a cause we need to support. Through the power of a Dogs nose they can detect multiple…

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Ely Hawks new VIP steel in Eco wad hopes to solve the issue of non toxic shot and their plastic wads polluting waterways. Designed to have no compromise verses conventional plastic wads, the new Eco wad from Eley leaves absolutely no trace within 3 weeks of being shot. The perfect option for the Wildfowler looking…

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Driven shooting has been a Part of British Countryside tradition for decades. As times have changed some of the old misconceptions have remained. This piece hopes to blow the cobwebs of some old schools of thought. Whilst, hopefully refreshing peoples thoughts and understanding of the sport!   12 bores are for men and 20’s for…

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