As some of you may know The Shoot App donated two puppies to the Medical Detection Dogs charity last year. The charity does amazing work in using the dog’s nose to diagnose cancers and other harmful toxins in the Human body. The Charity work very hard to get media exposure for their work. The level…

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We are all experiencing the effects of the Corona Virus at the moment. Luckily, many of us have the chance to stay at home with our families. However, for many this isn’t possible. The Country Food Trust has been set up to feed the less fortunate with the game meat harvested during the shooting season.…

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While we all begin isolation many of us will be looking to see if we are able to shoot. This is a contentious issue, as while the guidance is to stay inside. It may fall into vital work as part of someone’s job whether in farming or gamekeeping. This has many people confused. As while…

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The talk around lead shot has really heated up in recent weeks. It started with the major shooting bodies making a joint statement to phase out lead in 5 years. A week later the cartridge manufacturers release a statement about the timeframe being impossible. So where does that leave the shooting community and what do…

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We’ve all seen the conversation about the lead ban coming in 5 years time. While there is still questions about how this will work in the UK because for many we only shoot lead. Its important to look how its worked elsewhere. We know that there have been longstanding bans in other countries. Namely the…

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In keeping with the International Women’s Day just gone, we’ve been thinking how we can get more women into shooting. Not everyone has friends with land or gets the invites to driven shooting. For many people this is how they start in the first place. For those living the city the ease of access to…

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As the dust settles after the Crufts weekend we reflect on some of the winners. The competition is a brilliant for showcasing some of our favourite breeds as well as some we haven’t seen before. While as a community we live for the Spaniels and Labs its great to see other working dogs strutting their…

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In honour of International Women Day we want to share this piece on Anita North. With a brilliant career starting with amateur competitions to shooting for England wining individual and team medals. Accomplishments to this extent are rare to come by and great to see achieved by one person. These accomplishments are indicative of women…

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A brilliant video from the Pace Brothers. Set in the moors of Angus Glens they follow the work of the German Game Conservancy as they investigate animal population groups. From tracking grouse and curlew density to volume of natural predators. As you’ll see in the video its stated that, “you can have this biodiversity only…

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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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