David Barrington Barnes recalls his most cherished memories from those time-pressed stalks on the hill for red hinds, and the lessons he has retained from them
Chris Parkin gives his views on choosing between one- and two-piece scope mounts.
Robert Bucknell prepares for the new year’s foxing challenges and finally deals with the tailless fox that’s been plaguing him for some time
As we hit midwinter, Mike Powell considers what the long nights and freezing temperatures mean for the foxer, and how to make the most of it
Mark Ripley details his tricks of his trade for tackling early morning and late evening foxes, from the stationary approach to using thermal
Rifle bedding problems can ruin any target shooter’s performance – so how do you ensure it is in good shape?
David Barrington-Barnes returns to Scotland two years after his initial ‘sika safari’ for another crack at stalking this spookiest of deer species
Do we do enough for conservation? Byron Pace takes a look at the successful conservation of sheep in North America’s Rocky Mountains, and wonders if we can do more of the same
Chris Dalton couldn’t resist the chance to get out with his camera on the picturesque Strone Estate while guiding a regular client on his first Scottish hill stalk
What’s the best way to adjust for windage and elevation? Will O’Meara gives you his masterclass to getting it right – at every ethical hunting range