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Challenge Childerley

Armed with the new Zeiss Conquest V6 riflescope, Paul Childerley sets himself the ultimate stalking task: Four species, three estates, one day

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The Darting Bucks of May

David Barrington Barnes reflects on why May is his month of choice for roebuck stalking

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Stalking Century

David Barrington Barnes revels in the glory of hitting a three-digit target number on a deer cull. Share his recollections as he goes back over a (personal) record year of hunting.

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Hunters on Tour

Paul Childerley welcomes a team of European hunting journalists to the UK, with the aim of guiding them into fallow, muntjac and Chinese water deer. The pressure is on…

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A little too deer?

Describing deer as vermin is anathema to most – but, says John Bryan, it may not be as far off the mark as you think Discussing deer as vermin might not be as outlandish as you might think. To begin

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NEW! The Shooting Show – deer stalking masterclass with Jason Doyle

Irish sika stalking expert Jason Doyle brings you the lowdown on the concept of maximum point-blank range. Not sure? How about this: Never having to alter the point of aim on deer anywhere from 130 to 250 yards. It could

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Save the Rhino: stalk winner report

Jim Dickson reports on a successful stalk won by Save the Rhino lot winner Terry Hoskins

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Small deer, great pleasure

David Barrington Barnes rescues a blank outing with an opportunistic shot on a muntjac buck that provides a welcome reminder of the benefits of good practice I felt my way into the high seat at the back of Park Wood

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Deer numbers up, fox down?

A new study, whose stated aim is to gauge the fortunes of Britain’s wild mammals, has said that deer numbers are on the increase – but rabbit, hare and fox have fallen.

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Grave problems

David Barrington Barnes is on the move again, with muntjac, fallow, and rabbit infestations to deal with

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