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  1. Pick a Non Toxic Cartridge

    Article written by Will Robinson 28 November 2013

    Picking a good non toxic cartridge is not an easy task. There are countless choices, each of which varies in performance and cost. We are frequently asked which cartridge to buy. To answer this you must consider 4 elements:  Quarry, Read the Rest…

  2. How to: Win a Dream Gun Worth Up To £11,950

    Article written by BASC 14 November 2013

    BASC Winter Gundraw 2013/14 Win a dream gun worth up to £11,950 Your chance to win a magnificent hand-built gun personally fitted from the famous gunmakers William Powell. The winner can choose from either the Zenith side-by-side or the Pegasus Read the Rest…

  3. How to Dress for Game Shooting & Keep Warm this Season!

    Article written by Emma 03 October 2013

    As the weather begins to change, the and the darkness draws in our thoughts change to Winter and those frosty mornings! Keeping warm on those bitterly cold shoot days might seem like common sense, but these few top tips will Read the Rest…

  4. How to: WIN £50 to spend at William Powell!

    Article written by William Powell 13 June 2013

    It’s simple! We’re running a competition on our Facebook page… www.facebook.com/williampowellgun All you have to do is like our page in order to enter and then simply fill in your details! GOOD LUCK!

  5. How to Get into Rifle Shooting (again)

    Article written by William Church 18 April 2013

    I have had a shotgun since about 12 I think, and used it a lot. Time pressure in later years has caused use to dwindle, but I still aspire to get out as much as possible. What I have always Read the Rest…

  6. How to Pluck and Gut a Pigeon

    Article written by BASC 11 February 2013

    Yet another incredibly informative video from our friends over at BASC, this time ‘How to Pluck and Gut a Pigeon’

  7. How to Clean your Shotgun

    Article written by Jack Bull 29 November 2012

    For most people their gun is a very special object. Whether it is a Boss or a Baikal they can have huge sentimental value and also constitute a significant financial investment. To this end it is impossible to over-exaggerate the Read the Rest…

  8. What to Wear for Partridge Shooting

    Article written by William Powell Sporting 06 September 2012

    Have you got an opportunity to shoot Partridge? Are you unsure What to Wear for Partridge Shooting? Partridge shooting originated in the south of England commencing in early September each year immediately after the cereal harvest, with most arable farmland Read the Rest…

  9. Dress for Driven Grouse Shooting

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 09 August 2012

    Driven grouse shooting takes place in potentially extreme weather conditions and those doing the shooting or accompany them, often spend hours braving the elements. Everyone thinks of hot, still August days when they think of grouse shooting. If you are Read the Rest…

  10. What to Wear – Walked up grouse (or even ptarmigan!)

    Article written by James Chapel MRICS 05 July 2012

    The vast majority of walked up grouse shooting takes place in August and early September at altitudes of up to 2000ft  above sea level and ptarmigan found over 3000ft above sea level. It is therefore not unusual to quite literally Read the Rest…