Posts Tagged ‘ladies shooting’

Two Minute Tip: Faye Wills

Faye Wills is an Olympic Skeet Shooter from Kent who is on the British Shooting Talent Pathway. Faye is a sweetheart and a superstar who shares a brilliant tip with us this week.  What do you shoot? I now only shoot Olympic Skeet competitively, having transitioned from English Sporting and English Skeet, but I do…

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Two Minute Tip: Danielle Brown

Danielle Brown is a much loved member of our club, who is putting in the work and rising up the rankings.  Danielle shoots Sporting, lives in Herefordshire and is a regular on the registered scene. Her Two Minute Tip is golden and we hope you enjoy it! Which discipline(s) do you shoot? English Sporting and…

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Two Minute Tip: Tori Clinch

Tori Clinch is 22 and is from North Lincolnshire (although she spends a lot of time in London, or uni in Gloucestershire).  We’re delighted that Tori took the time to share her Two Minute Tip and we hope you love it! Which discipline(s) do you shoot: Started with sporting, only discipline shot at university, moved to…

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Mini Masterclass: Shooting Instruction

This months Mini Masterclass is all about shooting instruction. Victoria was joined by one of our favourite shooting instructors and ground owners, Simon O’Leary from The Hownhall Shoot, which is located on the Cowdray Estate in Sussex. In this Mini Masterclass Simon shares his wealth of knowledge and his brilliant take on things, he’s such a genuine…

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Finding Your Tribe

When you find your tribe and your supported, whilst having fun, magic happens. This week Victoria talks about the power of your support network and why and how to create one if you don’t have one already. When Victoria first started shooting she learnt with a group of gentlemen, whilst she loved their company and…

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Clay Shooting Disciplines

  Clay shooting disciplines were the subject of the question to Victoria this week. If you’re new to shooting and you’ve heard of the like of DTL (Down the Line), FITASC or Double Trap and you’re not sure what’s what, then hopefully this little overview will help you get a better understanding of the disciplines.…

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How She Did It: Claire Wright

Claire Wright from Newmarket is an inspiration and a fabulous example of feeling the fear and doing it anyway. Claire is one of our long-time wonderful members and she joined Victoria for a really honest chat to talk about overcoming nerves for her first game day. When you’re doing something for the first time it…

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Mini Masterclass: Your first Game Day with Chris Hanks

The game season is nearly upon us! Chris Hanks who is the Head Instructor of Lady’s Wood Shooting School in South Gloucestershire joined Victoria to talk about preparing for your first game day. Chris has shooting in his blood. He was born and raised on a game shoot, where his Father is still head keeper.…

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Driven Shooting & Walked Up Shooting

With the game shooting season approaching many of our members have their first day’s shooting planned. This week Victoria talks about the two main sorts of game shooting which are driven shooting and walked up shooting. Driven Shooting is where beaters ‘flush’ the birds over a line of Guns (the shooters). On a driven shoot…

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How She Did It: Zea Purnell

  If you’re thinking about starting doing registered shoots then this month’s episode of ‘How She Did It’ featuring the wonderful Zea Purnell is a must watch. Zea has been shooting for five years and is a sporting shooter and a regular on the registered scene. She talks about how she got into shooting after…

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