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
Chris Parkin gets his hands on the Kite KSP HD2 1-6×24 riflescope to see what he makes of this relative newcomer to the shooting market
One of the most successful rifles I have owned was a Browning A-Bolt. It was reliable and superbly accurate, especially when shooting lighter ammunition. My local gamekeeper still uses it. I was hoping the newer Browning model, the X-Bolt, would be able to rekindle fond memories.
We’re at Farndale with a star-studded Shooting Show team for a dazzling driven day courtesy of Bernard Moss and co. But the weather isn’t playing ball, and we’re met with horizontal rain and high winds. But clothed in high-spec Deerhunter…
Pete Carr and Shep have a day at the pigeons planned – but the pair start to get cold feet (literally) when the day’s monsoon-like conditions reveal themselves in all their horror. Pete’s the first one to come up with…
My very first rifle was a little .22 Browning SA automatic, similar to the one used in fairgrounds in those far-off days. I must have put thousands of rounds through it, and it served me well for years.