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All the winners from the 2019 Countryside Alliance Awards

All the winners at the Countryside Alliance Awards 2019 The 2019 Countryside Alliance Awards, or the Rural Oscars as they are also known, are now in the books. Countryside Alliance said: “Over 17,000 of nominations have be submitted and the

Ryan Charlton and Howa hit the top spot at UKPRL

Huge congratulations to Ryan Charlton from Highland Outdoors and Howa who took first place in the UK PRL Factory Division. Charlton also took first place in the Factory Division Extreme Long Range Challenge and 2nd place overall at the second

ATN release the Mars 4 with 640×48 sensor

ATN, distributed by Highland Outdoors, have released the all-new Mars 4 rifle scope. The new ATN Mars 4 HD 640×480 rifle scope has a 640×480 sensor, is available in different magnifications, has various reticles in multiple colours, captures your experiences

Reviews

Hawke’s newest release

The newest release from Hawke is perfectly suited to use on a .22, finds Chris Parkin. Hawke’s Frontier Mil-Pro riflescope is due on sale this summer and has a huge amount to offer rifle shooters across a broad range of

Stuart Wilson’s Lithgow combo

You can cover a good area, comfortably taking targets out to 150 yards and more Stuart Wilson sets up in his pick-up for a proper field test of the Lithgow Arms LA101 .17 HMR Synthetic Stainless, decked out with Nikko

Mike Powell reviews the Pulsar Accolade

Mike Powell turns his eye – well, both eyes – to the Pulsar Accolade thermal binocular and its eye strain-reducing capabilities. Fox numbers in my area seem to have been high. There are various reasons for that, one of which

Features

Measure for measure

We put six mechanical measures through the same powder test, and come up with some surprising results. First, the six measures we will be testing here: Lee Perfect, RCBS Uniflow, Forster Bonanza Benchrest, Hornady L-N-L Bench Rest, Redding BR-30 and

Full-time foxing with Mark Ripley

With thousands of lambs to protect, Mark Ripley puts in the hours with his rifle, Nightforce scope and thermal imager to keep them safe. It was still dark when I pulled up to the field gate, quietly slid back the

Stuart Wilson’s rabbit raid

Credit: James Gledhill / Getty Images Stuart Wilson recruits two shooting buddies while on a .22 rabbit control mission, and is even kind enough to hand one of them the rifle. Don’t forget to check out the equipment used at

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