Sporting Gun

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Sporting Gun
EditorMatt Clark
Circulation 25,436 (ABC Jan - Dec 2013) [1]
Print and digital editions
Publisher Future plc
Country United Kingdom
Based in London
Language English

Sporting Gun is a leading monthly sporting publication covering game and clay shooting. It is published by Future plc in London. [2]


History and profile

Sporting Gun was established in 1978. [2] The current editor is Matt Clark. [3]

The headquarters of the magazine is in London. [4]

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  1. "ABC Certificates and Reports: Sporting Gun". Audit Bureau of Circulations . Retrieved 15 February 2014.
  2. 1 2 Caroline Taggart (30 June 2010). Writer's Market 2010: Make Money Writing. F+W Media. p. 683. ISBN   978-0-7153-3529-1 . Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  3. "Matthew Clark".
  4. James Masters (25 February 2011). Working In Sport: How to find a sports related job in the UK or abroad. Little, Brown Book Group. p. 163. ISBN   978-1-84803-569-0 . Retrieved 25 November 2015.