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E.J. Churchill Coronet Over and Under

Monday, 16 March, 2015

The Coronet is the latest addition to E.J. Churchill’s Continental range of bespoke-made over and under shotguns, made in association with Italian manufacturer Zoli. Mike Yardley tested the Coronet at the award-winning E.J. Churchill Shooting Ground and described the gun as ‘exceptionally forgiving to use…well designed and well decorated, shoots…

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What to Wear on Your First Game Day

Monday, 14 July, 2014

Attending your first shoot is an exciting experience. However, there are many things to organise before the big day – shooting etiquette is extensive and can be somewhat bewildering to the first-time shooter. In particular, deciding what to wear and take with you can be difficult. Although there are certain…

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Team Hellfire

Tuesday, 10 December, 2013

The team at E.J.Churchill are passionate about shooting and all it encompasses. When the team aren’t at work they can often be found satisfying their sporting urges whether it be in the field or smashing some clays. Read on to find out more… West Wycombe Pigeon Patrol 9th February 2014…

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Buying a Second Hand Gun

Tuesday, 12 November, 2013

If you’re thinking of buying a second hand gun, read these words of advice from our gun room manager, Chris Cloke. Buying a second-hand shotgun is a bit like buying a second-hand car. You might end up with a real bargain, especially in these difficult financial times, or you might…

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Grouse Shooting by those that actually do it!

Wednesday, 15 May, 2013

by Sir Edward Dashwood One of the biggest issues for game shots making first venture into driven grouse is the totally alien nature of many of the shots they are expected to take. Yes, you can get the odd high bird when shooting grouse which is more akin to a…

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