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New arrival

Mark Ripley takes delivery of a new foxing rifle and, after the customary range work, wastes no time in getting it blooded in the field. If there’s one thing that’s always exciting other than gaining new shooting ground it’s gaining

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The interview: John Allison of the British Shooting

Ollie Harvey of Gun Trade News meets John Allison as he lays the foundations for future success with the British Shooting Show. For all the information you need on the British Shooting Show, including how to get tickets, just visit: https://shootingshow.co.uk/

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First steps into foxing

Robert Bucknell relates his early days in the foxing world – and gives some invaluable advice on how you can get into the sport today I am extremely lucky in that, being brought up on a farm, the countryside was

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Management for survival

Sustainable use is about more than giving hunters what they want, says Byron Pace – it is vital for supporting local communities. Rain is something I am normally all too happy to see stop. We are used to it in

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Down the garden path

More used to the wilds of Scotland, Chris Dalton finds himself stalking muntjac in a rather more domestic setting February, as is tradition, sees me heading south with a team of rifles to help out Paul Childerley with his cull

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How to stay safe when solo stalking using Trackplot

Trackplot is a complete lone worker monitoring solution offering a range of communication methods

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Eight times the appeal

An eight-factor mag scope at this price point could be a revolution – Chris Parkin sees if the Nikko Stirling Octa lives up to the hype. As the years and technology have rolled along, we have become more accustomed to

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Glass for the glen

Get spying with these binoculars, which boast the optical quality and stability you need for hind stalking on the hill. Vortex Fury HD 5000 Two of the most important pieces of hunting gear combined into one powerful, long-ranging unit, Fury

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Mountain majesty

Thomas Nissen experiences what must be one of the world’s toughest hunts: mountain hunting in Russia for the West Caucasian tur. We’ve covered many miles over the hours since daybreak. Slowly, following a small river through the valley, we are

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The legend of Laubach

There’s only one December tradition Paul Childerley cares about: the annual driven hunt organised by Zeiss at Laubach Castle in Germany… The time of year came around quickly. It was drawing closer to Christmas, and with it, the reunion of

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