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
Mark Ripley takes a charity auction winner for a foxing outing and the pair get more success than they could have imagined
What does the future hold? Byron Pace looks into his crystal ball in an attempt to foresee the next stage in the evolution of cartridges for hunting in the UK
Wildcat design and manufacture Wildcat sound moderators at their premises in Worcestershire with their own engineer.
Mike Powell tests old against new, with CZ’s 527 rifle chambered in .17 Hornet going up against the tried-and-tested .22 Hornet version of the rifle
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.
Today most shooters will be familiar with the .17 calibre thanks to the raging success of the .17 HMR, but until the advent of the .17 Hornet, few would have even heard of a .17 centrefire, let alone fired one.…
With the current market already flooded with .17 calibres, Byron Pace takes a close look at the newest kid on the block
While it’s not the biggest name in ammo, Geco is certainly a name to watch. Tim Pilbeam has the details