We talk to two hunters who spend hours perusing the sides of slopes to locate their quarry to get their tips on how best to spot wildlife
What scope should you buy next? What do you really need to consider, and what’s just a marketing gimmick? Will O’Meara has all the answers
Chris Dalton and cameraman decamp to a central Scottish estate with the aim of getting a hind in the larder and the stalk on The Shooting Show
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?