It’s clays, clays, stalking, elephants, muzzleloaders and more clays this week in Fieldsports Britain. We are in Kent working out what makes the best shooting sticks. We are in Zimbabwe, courtesy of Norma Ammunition, to find out when a charging elephant really means it and when they are just mucking about. We are at the final of the Handicap Classic clay competition at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School. And we are the Bredon Festival of Shooting in Gloucestershire, trying out all sorts of target sports with triplet girls and their sister.
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