Do you think it’s worth going out after foxes in the daytime in winter? I work nights so I’m limited to daytime shooting.
Tired of .243 and .223? Byron Pace delves into some of the alternative foxing calibres out there
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
Do you always shoot off a bipod or do you sometimes use other supports such as shooting sticks?
With the nights getting longer, Robert Bucknell is called into action to deal with an increasing number of foxes on successive evenings
Mike Powell heralds the start of a busy time for foxers with some insights into the fox mating season
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