I am new to fox shooting and my father has said I can have his rifle that he’s had for years. It’s a .243 that he has used for deer, but what’s bothering me is that it’s only a single-shot model.
Following last issue’s product round-up, Mike Powell gives his thoughts on which of night vision and thermal imaging is really better for today’s fox shooter
Not everything in a shooter’s career goes perfectly. Mike Powell admits some past mistakes and explains how he dealt with them
Do you find a moonlit night produces better results for foxing than the really dark ones?
With the south coast of England experiencing a rare snowfall, Mark Ripley is called upon to deal with not one, but three foxes
I am looking to get a new scope for a rifle I shall be using exclusively for foxing. Is side parallax essential?
Mike Powell reflects on the massive changes that have occurred in winter foxing in the last 50 years
I am thinking of getting a rangefinder for foxing. What’s your opinion of the range finding binocular option as opposed to the normal small rangefinder?
Waiting out after a fox can be dull or chilly work, but as Mike Powell has learned, it can also be remarkably effective – particularly for problem animals