One of your greatest assets in the field isn’t any piece of kit, says Will O’Meara. It’s effective dialogue and teamwork
I am due to be some hunting dangerous game. Should I go for the traditional appeal of open sights? Or would a more traditional optic suit me best?
The hunting fraternity needs a better public image, but it’s no good waiting for a saviour. The time for hunters and shooters to be a force for positive change is now
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
Chris Parkin gives his views on choosing between one- and two-piece scope mounts.
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
Robert Bucknell relates a case of mistaken identity relating to a tailless fox and shows you how to get the best out of thermal and electronic callers
Returning to an old favourite, Byron Pace details why the .300 Win Mag is still at the top of the pile despite the emergence of newer, faster contenders
If you want to see what a country’s like on the surface, go as a tourist. If you want to see what it is really like, go and hunt there.