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The Shooting Show – dramatic driven ducks at Cefngwyn Hall

We’re with Gerwyn over in west Wales, at Cefngwyn Hall where owner Charles Grisedale has spent 30 years perfecting a driven duck shoot. It really is something unique – though the ducks are put down, they fly just like wild

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The Shooting Show – pigeon shooting with steel shot and biodegradable wads

Geoff’s back out at the pigeons and he’s doing a science experiment while he’s at it. Getting hold of Eley Hawk’s new biodegradable Pro Eco wad, he’s left a wad submerged in water while he shoots, to find how much

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The Shooting Show – muntjac with a veteran PLUS the British Shooting Show 2019

Chris Dalton is down south on Geoff Garrod’s patch, and he’s brought Stevie – the army veteran who lost both legs in an IED incident – down to try for his first muntjac. It’s the third step in his attempt

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The Shooting Show – Doyle’s decoying crows and woodpigeons

Jason Doyle’s got some winged pest control to take care of, and we join him as he sets the deeks out in anticipation of a day at the woodies. But things don’t go to plan as, on a windless day,

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