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
Robert Bucknell has been making the most of the long nights of January – he details his foxing excursions of 2018 so far, successful and otherwise…
First your magazines were excited about NV; now it’s TI. As a relative Luddite can you explain the practical difference between those two? Is TI worth the extra money?
Mike Powell is flushed with success as he puts five foxes on the ground in the space of two outings. Sometimes things just go your way…
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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
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for foxers, that is. Mark Ripley reveals his tips and tricks for winter fox control and why a snowfall is the foxer’s best friend
Is the the Pulsar XQ50 Trail set to be a new market leader in thermal riflescope? Mike Powell gets his hands on one to find out