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
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Freezing temperatures and a covering of snow and ice can give man the upper hand over hungry, risk-taking predators. Here’s how to capitalise…
Christmas is the ideal time to set a youngster on the path to a lifetime of sport, and fox-shooting master Robert Bucknell shows you how to give them the perfect introduction
Mike Powell’s masterclass on how to make the most of the various foxing methods available in late summer and autumn
As Robert Bucknell and auction winner Howard Stott grab their thermal imagers and head out for a night’s foxing, Robert explains that is in fact possible to clear up a troublesome fox population permanently
As an experienced fox controller, I’ve probably got every piece of kit that a foxer could ever want. During my time fox shooting, I’ve amassed so much equipment to help me in my chosen trade I often wonder how I ever managed to shoot foxes in the past.
It was the same old story: a friend rang me to ask if I would deal with a fox problem, as the smallholding next door had lost some chickens. My mate wanted the culprit brought to book post-haste as he feared the vulpine villain would soon turn its attention towards his own geese.
I can’t believe it when the alarm clock goes off. There is no way my night’s sleep can be over already – but it is.
When foxing season arrives, it brings with it the realisation that I’ll be walking the beat again. I remember an occasion when my five colleagues and I met up early and set off without delay, knowing we had a tiring and full day in front of us.