This week on The Shooting Show, we’ve got a decoying day at both crow and pigeon lined up in the Scottish Borders.
Gary Green returns to his kitted out fox box, this time with friend Josh in tow to keep Charlie in check on the chicken farm.
Dorset farm lad Peter Wilson shot into the history books when he won gold in the men’s Double Trap at the London Olympics 2012. Clay Shooting’s Gabby Smith caught up with him at Team GB House to ask him about how he got into shooting, how he prepared for London and how he kept his nerve in the final.
Executive producer Wes Stanton visits a British gunmaker with a difference, and learns how it’s cracking the clay market at retail prices under £13,000.
This week there’s a taste of the Olympics – we report from the Woolwich shooting venue as the ISSF holds its test event, part of the London Prepares series. Plus we have ace rifle shooter Tim Pilbeam with the first…