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Seonaid McIntosh: World Champion

Seonaid McIntosh was crowned the winner in women’s 50m rifle prone at the ISSF World Championships in Changwon, Korea.

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Winners crowned at TS Champs

The National Series South West Regional Championships for Target Sprint took place on one of the hottest days of the year

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Shooting could return to Commonwealth Games

Sports minister Tracey Crouch has backed calls for shooting to be included in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

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Schools Pistol Championships

British Shooting hosted the National Finals for the Schools Pistol Championship at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on 17 January, reports Andy McGarty.

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Four Brit golds at CSF

Jen McIntosh, Seonaid McIntosh, David Luckman and Parag Patel pocketed golds at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships held at the Belmont Shooting Complex in Brisbane.

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NSRA Championships 2018

The National Small-bore Rifle Association has announced the dates of its major championships for 2018

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Selection policy goes live

British Shooting’s selection policy for international rifle and pistol events in 2018 has come into effect.

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2024 Olympic shooting confirmed

At the 131st IOC session in Lima, the committee made its final decision on what sports will be represented in 2014 at the Paris Olympics

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Lightening the load

Paul Harding experiments with some reduced recoil loads, and finds that big-bore rifles needn’t make you wince

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The test of time

Laurie Holland takes a look at the 7.62x54R, a military veteran still in use today The 7.62x54R is an increasingly popular cartridge in Historic Arms shooting. It’s a typical design late 19th century design: a full-power 30-calibre military number designed for magazine fed bolt-action

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