technique

Ask the experts: Is foxing better by moonlight?

Do you find a moonlit night produces better results for foxing than the really dark ones?

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Ask the experts: Should I use a rear bag when shooting?

Should I use a rear bag when hunting and long range shooting? Will it make much of a difference?

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Technique Q&A: Getting up close to a fox unnoticed

What’s the best way to get close to a fox for a shot?

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Roe rut rules

How do you take advantage of the roe rut and avoid disappointment? Dominic Griffith presents his definitive advice

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Roe rut advice: Why turning bucks down is more important than shooting them

David Barrington Barnes says the mark of a true stalker isn’t number of bucks shot. Quite the opposite – it’s the level of restraint shown

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Stalking fallow on the first day of the season

Paul Childerley sets out on 1 August with the twin aims of controlling a group of errant fallow bucks and filling the freezer with meat for a barbecue

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Dial or hold?

What’s the best way to adjust for windage and elevation? Will O’Meara gives you his masterclass to getting it right – at every ethical hunting range

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Improve your shooting technique

Technique is the foundation on which proficiency with the rifle is built, practice is the wall that sits on that foundation, and equipment is the cap of the pyramid.

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