The Countryside Clay Shoot returns 17 July at the West Wycombe Estate, Buckinghamshire.
Neil Parish, MP for Tiverton and Honiton, expanded his knowledge of shooting thanks to the UK's largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Gamebore Cartridges has signed up to sponsor the BASC .410 World Championships, a clay-shooting competition using the smallest calibre shotgun in general use. The event attracts people from around the world and is organised by the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Gamekeeping students from Hartpury College in Gloucester won the BASC Gamekeeping College Clay Shoot, coming first out of 21 teams from colleges across the country.
Visitors to the BASC Gamekeepers’ Fair on 12th and 13th of April at Catton Park, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire can take part in a range of clay shooting competitions.
Organisations and businesses are coming together to raise money for charity at the Countryside Clay Shoot to be held at the Six Mile Bottom shooting estate in Cambridgeshire on 9th August 2014.
A grant from a wind farm community fund has allowed BASC Scotland to purchase a trailer-mounted system of clay-pigeon traps to make shotgun coaching more flexible.
The annual .410 World Championships, which attracts people from around the world to compete with the smallest calibre shotgun available, will be held in Wales on the 21st September 2013.
Members of the House of Lords narrowly won the annual clay-shooting competition against the House of Commons, organised by BASC.