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Winter is coming, and some may be dreading it – but not us sporting rifle shooters, who enjoy some of our best and most varied sport at this time of year. And we’re here to help you survive and thrive this winter with the December 2018 issue of Sporting Rifle.
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The ever-changing seasons always bring something new for the rifleman – and November brings one of the biggest changes of all. Roebucks are no longer in season and roe does have come in – while fallow, sika, red, Chinese water deer and muntjac are all in season in England and Wales too.
The days may be getting shorter but there are no end of things to look forward too – not least of which is reading this months Sporting Rifle.
As summer gives way to autumn, are we rifle shooters feeling dejected? Nothing of the sort – September is one of the best times of year to be a sporting rifleman. With five of the six deer species in season and plenty of other sporting opportunities besides, there’s a huge variety of shooting on offer.
Behind on your doe cull? Fox control emergency to deal with? Sporting Rifle’s March 2018 issue has it all covered!
The winter months roll on, and they bring no end of hard work for the rifleman. Well, we’re here to help you get it all done. Behind on your doe cull, or got some emergency fox control to take care of? Sporting Rifle’s March 2018 issue has it all covered.
Chris Parkin gives his views on choosing between one- and two-piece scope mounts.
According to figures the African Rhino Specialist Group published, along with more than 6,000 rhino poached in South Africa since 2006, there have been 224 in Kenya, 525 in Zimbabwe, 193 in Namibia and 123 in Mozambique.
I know several full-time keepers who swear by their Accuracy International AE rifles in .243 Win and in .308 Win, which perform vermin- control duties flawlessly under sometimes quite extreme conditions.