Paul Childerley welcomes a team of European hunting journalists to the UK, with the aim of guiding them into fallow, muntjac and Chinese water deer. The pressure is on…
During the harvest, I usually get one chance of bagging more than 10 cubs and adult foxes in a night’s lamping. But I recall one year that produced three such double-figure bags, two of which were on consecutive six-hour sessions with the lamp and rifle.
The straight and narrow: Byron Pace evaluates loaded ammunition with the Hornady concentricity gauge
With reports of fox attacks in broad daylight, Gary Green has his work cut out. James Marchington tells the story
Over 200 deerstalking enthusiasts gathered at Malmo Guns near Lancaster on the evening of Thursday 4 June for a charity event
The results of the General Election are in, and there’s a parliamentary majority in favour of shooting
The number of firearm and shotgun certificates on issue has risen again, continuing a steady rise that has taken place since 2002.
The crown prosecution service will be consulting “pressure groups” to determine whether to pursue a case against hunters.
Speaking to Sporting Rifle contributor David Barrington Barnes, Dr Carl-Josef Weirs explains his enthusiasm for deerstalking
In a further response to the Association of Chief Police Officers’ calls for a licence fee increase, BASC’s chief executive has said any fees must be “fair and matched by improved efficiency and consistent service delivery”. With police forces recommending that application fees…