Does eye dominance really matter when shooting a scoped rifle? I saw a video online of someone shooting a rifle right-handed but leaning over to sight with their left eye. It looked utterly wrong but does it really make a difference?
With the nights getting longer, Robert Bucknell is called into action to deal with an increasing number of foxes on successive evenings
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
Do you accessorise your scopes at all – by adding bubble levels, throw levers, after-market caps, covers, etc? Which add-ons do you find really add something to your rifle?
If you’re heading to the continent for a driven shoot, what kind of optic do you take – a low-mag riflescope or something more dedicated? Chris Parkin considers the options…
I’m most comfortable with a .243 for red deer stalking. But, when training at longer ranges, I tend to run out of adjustment on my scope – leaving me less confident when it comes to the real thing. What scope should I buy to counter this?
Chris Parkin tests the 1-6x ‘Tactical’ addition to Hawke’s flagship Frontier scope range, and finds something useful for more than just driven boar
In a head-to-head test, Chris Parkin compares two of Zeiss’s finest scopes, the Victory V8 3-12×56 and and its forerunner the Victory HT 2.8-20×56