With a fox to take care of in a tricky close-up situation between houses and smallholdings, Mike Powell finds that the .22 Hornet is the calibre for the job. April arrived and with it, as always, came the increase in…
Move over Percy Stanbury, George Digweed is teaching the instructors at EJ Churchill to pass on his world-beating technique, and Clay Shooting’s James Marchington has the exclusive. Ask any shooter who they want to shoot like, and nine times out…
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The Gun Loss Register is a searchable international database of more than 5,000 stolen firearms, from modern-day guns to antiques
Based in Somerset, Rifleman Firearms marks five years in business this year. We interview owner Mark Tutton about what’s next
I knew Zoli made outstanding high-end shotguns, but in the UK, that esteemed name had never really been associated with rifles – until now. There was no question of Zoli’s fine craftsmanship, but it would be interesting to see how this would translate into producing a hunting rifle.
With sound moderators more popular than ever on sporting rifles, Chris Parkin gives you a run-down of the options
Gary Green shoots a lot of foxes, but there was one that had eluded him for more than 12 months.
Mark Ripley is a man used to a long-range shot or two – so we’ve carted him off to WMS in Wales for a 900-yard plink. And we’ve got the perfect tool for the job: The Swarovski X5 riflescope, which…
Debates will rage until the end of time about the ‘best’ deer-shooting calibre. The truth is, there is no universal winner – it all depends on what you plan to use the rifle for.