High-five for Polish roebucks

Thomas Lindy Nissen accompanies Danish hunters Claus Christiansen and Rene Knutzen on a trip to Poland after roebucks, with a new accessory for the Quadpod shooting sticks on test too The four days’ trip to Poland includes six outings, and

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Too much power?

There is an old ailment stalking the sporting rifle community. Andrew Venables describes the problem of ‘magnumitis’ – best defined as using long-range solutions for normal hunting Have you got ‘magnumitis’? I’ve had to ask myself the same question a

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Forged on the hill: Chris Dalton goes roebuck stalking with a traditional breed of hunter

One of the great bonuses of working as a stalking guide is some of the folk you get to meet; they come from all sorts of backgrounds, have some fascinating stories to tell, and a few prove to be real

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Bullets and their ballistics

Byron Pace takes a close look at bullet weight, sectional density, construction, velocity and how those features impact ballistic performance To finish where we left off last time, we need to do a case study of sectional density to reinforce

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Mayday Roebucks

David Barrington Barnes reflects on why May is his month of choice for roebuck stalking Writing this article, as I do, well in advance of publication, I turn my thoughts to those low-ground stalkers whose appearance in the field is

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Roebuck fever

Not everything goes to plan, even when you’re Chris Dalton. Here Chris relates a story of a May roebuck hunt in which nerves got the better of his client… As I have said many times before, I enjoy all the

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Unlucky for some

Thirteen proves to be far from an unlucky number for Gary Green – he tells James Marchington how he accounted for that many foxes in three nights, all from the same spot… Time flies and there’s always plenty to do, so

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Opening Objective

Chris Dalton remembers a start to the roebuck season with a DSC 2 client that couldn’t have gone much better

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Opening day: Editor in chief Pete Carr starts the roebuck season

The opening of the UK’s roebuck season is always a special occasion for me. I can only describe it as that Christmas-day sensation that was a familiar feeling to most of us during childhood. But enough of the soft-centred sentiment.

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Hopper Stoppers: shooting the Easter bunny

Rabbits are in New Zealand a huge problem for farmers, and every Easter, Lions Club in Alexandra on the south island runs a 24-hour shooting competition. Thomas Nissen joins in… Andrew stops the battered-beyond-recognition 4WD Mitsubishi Wan at the edge

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