Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Hare Raising Pumpkins, boom boom!


Itbs that time of the year again. Halloween is upon us and you decide it will be great fun to carve a pumpkin, after all, how hard can it be? A few hours later you are covered in pumpkin juice, mess everywhere you have no idea what your pumpkin looks like and you wonder why Continue Reading →

Commonwealth Shooting Set to Go Off With a Bang!

Itbs great to see interest in shooting at a record high – tickets for the 2014 Commonwealth Games Shooting event are already oversubscribed! With over 2.3 million requests made for only one million tickets, the sport is one of the first to have its tickets snapped up. After the success of London 2012, shooting has Continue Reading →

Future Shooting Star?

Young Hot Shot

With the new shooting season in full swing, itbs great to see the next generation of guns out in the field. This week we were delighted to receive a pictureB of Luke – an aspiring hot shot decked out in our tweed gilet and cap, allB set for the first drive. Sent in by grandfather Continue Reading →

Recipe: Roast duck breast with butternut squash and leek

If you’ve been out shooting and bagged a duck recently, but aren’t quite sure what to do with it, then why not try out this recipe? The recipe calls for a delicious duck breast which is served with seasonal butternut squash and leek. While it uses classic ingredients the recipe is a modern take on Continue Reading →