Paul Childerley emphasises the virtue of selflessness as he makes the snap decision to turn down a trophy buck in favour of a cull candidate on a May stalk
Sako has produced many excellent rifles over the years. There are few hunters around the world who will not be familiar with the brand, and the response is usually the same: ‘Sako makes some great rifles.’
Byron Pace takes a close look at bullet weight, sectional density, construction, velocity and how those features impact ballistic performance To finish where we left off last time, we need to do a case study of sectional density to reinforce…
Paul Childerley shares his experiences from a recent boar and red deer hunt in Hungary, and lets slip about his fears of crossing the Danube at night
The Sako Varmint Laminated Stainless is made with medium- to long-range hunters in mind, as well as maybe target shooters who are looking for proven and consistent accuracy. It did not disappoint.
When I heard that Sako was launching a new rifle, I immediately assumed the 85 would be receiving a facelift – much like when the 75 got an upgrade.
The Sako Quad Hunter is an innovative rimfire with four calibres to choose from. Mike Powell puts it through its paces
Roebuck fraying proves an early season problem for Tony Megson, who has to get his hands and knees dirty to catch up with his quarry
Delving into the interesting history of the Howa 1500, Byron Pace takes a closer look at this top-value rifle with Japanese heritage