Tim Woodhouse
.410 and other small bore related articles

Tim Woodhouse

Tim Woodhouse has been studying ballistics since he was nine years old, starting with a bolt-action 9mm garden gun, then moving on to a .410 double then a 12 gauge. He currently shoots all gauges from .410 to 12 and designs shells as a ballistics consultant. As a foremost U.K. ballistics writer, Tim has appeared in many publications. His first book - "Climbing the North Face of the .410" is a study of the possibilities and achievable field performance of the .410 when carefully loaded for the job at hand.



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Blown patterns and Balled shot

Living with the Remington 1100 Special Sporting .410

Remington Special Sporting Update
The Remington 870 Express Pump Action .410 Shotgun.
The Two faces of the .410
The Lincoln Premier O/U & Ugartechea S/S .410s
Clever Mirage Sporting Loads
.410 Hunting, Quail and Woodcock.
Without Lead, the .410 is dead
Playing on the Skeet field
Firearms Control
The Relentless Rise of the Small Bores
Cracking 3/4 oz loads for clays  
Ode to the lighter load  

National Small Gauge Championships

Report 2008

Website Fourten.org.uk 2009,   Articles Tim Woodhouse / Light Gauges 2009