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A ground must be rated as ‘CPSA Registered’ to host CPSA Registered shoots, but what does it take for a ground to earn this status, and what does it mean for you, the shooter? Many clubs and grounds have a strong following and are known for throwing challenging targets.

The ground may find themselves being asked to put

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