The days may be getting shorter but there are no end of things to look forward too – not least of which is reading this months Sporting Rifle.
There’s been an upturn in the fortunes of hen harriers – they’ve had their most successful breeding season in England for over a decade.
Stuart Wilson reviews a Danish rifle with 150 years of history behind it. It’s the Schultz & Larsen Victory in 6.5×55
Stuart Wilson gets stuck into the Remington .597, a nifty .22 semi-auto bunny shooter from one of the world’s longest-serving continuous manufacturers
At this time of year, with game shoots starting up, high seat foxing is often the best method to pursue, says Robert Bucknell
Chris Dalton seeks a red stag with a guest from down under, who is after the full authentic Scotland experience – including rain, mud, grallochs and a long drag home
I’m most comfortable with a .243 for red deer stalking. But, when training at longer ranges, I tend to run out of adjustment on my scope – leaving me less confident when it comes to the real thing. What scope should I buy to counter this?