Editor-in-chief Pete Carr looks at the pros and cons of practising the doe cull in snowy conditions, and everything you must consider when heading out with the rifle
Mike Powell heralds the start of a busy time for foxers with some insights into the fox mating season
When tracking a wounded buffalo, let caution prevail, warns Kevin Thomas
I am new to fox shooting and my father has said I can have his rifle that he’s had for years. It’s a .243 that he has used for deer, but what’s bothering me is that it’s only a single-shot model.
Following last issue’s product round-up, Mike Powell gives his thoughts on which of night vision and thermal imaging is really better for today’s fox shooter
New Zealand has just come close to a cataclysmic mass cull of its tahr herd. Byron Pace uncovers how these plans came about and how they were stopped at the last minute
One of your greatest assets in the field isn’t any piece of kit, says Will O’Meara. It’s effective dialogue and teamwork
Returning to a widespread yet still underrated calibre, Byron Pace assesses the ‘30 aught 6’
Do you accessorise your scopes at all – by adding bubble levels, throw levers, after-market caps, covers, etc? Which add-ons do you find really add something to your rifle?