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Shooting Gazette

Shooting Gazette
Categories sports magazine
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 12,532 (ABC Jan - Dec 2013)[1]
Print and digital editions.
First issue  1989 (1989-month)
Company IPC Media
Country United Kingdom
Based in Stamford, Lincolnshire
Language English
ISSN 0957-4182

Shooting Gazette is a monthly field sports magazine published by IPC Media.

Shooting Gazette covers all aspects of driven shooting, both in the UK and abroad. It includes advice on gamekeeping, regular interviews with leading figures in the shooting industry, and reviews of new shotguns, shooting clothing and equipment. A gundog section offers advice on training and breeding, as well as reporting on gundog trials around the country.

Shooting Gazette is currently the official magazine of the Countryside Alliance Shooting Campaign.

Will Hetherington has been the editor since July 2004.


Founded in Lincolnshire in 1989, originally as a quarterly publication, the magazine, then called The Shooting Gazette, became a bi-monthly in October/November of that year. EMAP traded the title to IPC Media in 1996 in exchange for Classic Cars.[2]


  1. ^ "ABC Certificates and Reports: The Shooting Gazette".  
  2. ^ Magazines Swap Shop

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