Mike Powell’s masterclass on how to make the most of the various foxing methods available in late summer and autumn
As Robert Bucknell and auction winner Howard Stott grab their thermal imagers and head out for a night’s foxing, Robert explains that is in fact possible to clear up a troublesome fox population permanently
Robert Bucknell is putting in the time out on his ground to make sure that any resident foxes won’t be causing too much trouble for the wildlife come spring
Thermal riflescopes were once unthinkable, but already there’s a model on the market for under £5,000. Chris Parkin tries out the Optix RecognizIR 50
Pulsar’s state-of-the-art Quantum thermal imager – ideal for the more advanced shooter desiring a longer range and shorter start-up time.
Sporting sage Andy Lovel changes tack and swaps his intended quarry from roebuck to fox on a public relations exercise to keep a worried shepherd on side north of the border