The Corinium Rifle Range

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We’ve moved!

Last week saw the new website going live and whilst the blogs and articles may still be available through WordPress any new blogs will be posted on the new site and inaccessible to users on WordPress. Any old articles, reviews and posts have been uplifted across to the new site. So to keep up to […]

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It’s live!

The eagerly anticipated new look website went live at lunchtime today with some updates to follow next week – take a look and see what you think! Safe shooting

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New look website

Within the next few days the clever IT chaps at Wikmedia will have given the website a facelift – the brochure style website will become more of a magazine style site with a more interactive feel to it including a shop, video and photo galleries, a new Safari section as well as all the usual […]

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Kubusi – The Adventure. Photo Gallery.

http://s1150.photobucket.com/user/coriniumrange/slideshow/Kubusi%20-%20The%20adventure

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Africa – A new dawn! Part 1.

Many months ago several clients were badgering me to organise a foreign excursion and for years I’ve had a hankering to visit the dark continent, I’d heard so many stories from clients and friends about the sights, sounds and atmosphere that I was desperate to get out there myself and after I was cruelly cheated […]

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October Level 1 course.

The dates have now been set for the Autumn course, October 5th – 7th 2013. As usual the course is run over three days, Saturday – Monday, with Saturday and Sunday being classroom based with the tests being completed on the Monday. The cost of the course is now £275 including training manual and all […]

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Signs of the Zodiac

Those who know the Corinium range and me, are probably aware of my personal choice and liking for the range of titanium moderators produced by Simon Lawrence of Lawrence Precision in Nottingham, as well as for Blaser rifles and Swarovski scopes, all chosen for their build quality and faultless performance. Over the last couple of […]

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DSC1 – Complacency breeds contempt.

At the end of the main culling season I posted a question on my facebook page asking for subjects for an article, a number of people have asked me to write something about the Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1, but where would I start and what would I say? As a provider of the course […]

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DSC 1 Courses update.

Over the last 18 months we have run a number of courses with over 100 people successfully completing their Level 1. At certain times of the year it can be difficult to arrange course with holidays and weather playing a key role, so for 2013 we are adopting a slightly different approach, we are going […]

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Welcome to 2013 – food for thought!

Where has January gone? 2012 finished in the typical damp, grey and dreary fashion that we have come to expect in the UK. Personally, I was glad to see the back of it although we are still seeing repercussions of the awful weather even now. My last blogs mentioned the Venison salami and the Withy […]

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