Though maligned by some as unsporting, collective deer moving days can be ethical and effective when carried out properly, says David Barrington Barnes
Ahead of a trip Stateside, Byron Pace investigates the status of the cougar – or mountain lion – which has been brought back from the brink of extinction
Do you think it’s worth going out after foxes in the daytime in winter? I work nights so I’m limited to daytime shooting.
Tired of .243 and .223? Byron Pace delves into some of the alternative foxing calibres out there
Will O’Meara is reminded that you don’t need the most advanced technology in the world to grass deer – you just need confidence in your kit and good stalking technique
Are .17 rimfire and centrefire calibres set to challenge the .223’s established dominance as a foxing round? Mike Powell draws on all his experience to find out the answer
The impala is more than a budding African hunter’s ‘starter species’ – it presents a real safari challenge, says Kevin Thomas
Do you always shoot off a bipod or do you sometimes use other supports such as shooting sticks?
Rudi van Kets relates the story of one of the longest, toughest tracks for a wounded animal he’s ever followed