# Fallow doe stalking w/ David Barrington Barnes

David Barrington Barnes is left frustrated following the difficulties he faced on his latest fallow doe stalking effort Credit: nickodoherty / Flickr Just three outings into the doe season I witnessed it happen. From my high seat I saw the

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# 12 top picks for winter clothing

We have a dozen cozy clothing options to keep you warm through the winter Bisley Thinsulate Mitts A perennial favourite, these cleverly designed mitts double up as a full glove for when you want that extra warmth and a mitten

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# How to build your own high seat

Mark Ripley gets crafty and shows you how to build a high seat of your own Shooting from a high seat not only gives you a better view out of the usual line of sight of your quarry, it also

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# Fallow shots w/ David Barrington Barnes

David Barrington Barnes recalls some of his finest fallow shots at stunning Iken in Sussex. Credit: Flickr / tomline43 The quarter century that has come and gone since I first enjoyedIken stalking in September 1995 has passed in a flash.

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# Hunting high seats – what to do and what not to do

David Barrington Barnes shares the benefit of a properly chosen hunting high seat and the pitfalls to beware of. DIY mobile high seat for hunterswuth wheels, Czech Republic. I own or control approaching fifty high and low seats. These vary

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# Roebuck stalking with the next generation

Sporting Rifle editor Pete Carr does his bit to introduce the next generation as he takes granddaughter Sienna out on her first roebuck stalk. Credit: Dieter Hopf / Getty Images It’s always a pleasure to introduce youngsters to the sport

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# The female of the species

As another year begins, David Barrington Barnes turns his attentions to fallow doe and red hind. Credit: JMrocek / Getty Images Though New Year’s Day is not a shooting day in Scotland, I like to have a stalk on 1

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# 18 months with the Jaeger 10

After a long-term test, Stuart Wilson delivers his long-term verdict on the Haenel Jaeger 10 Sporter and Meopta Meostar R2 combo After a long period using the Haenel Jaeger 10 Sporter Varmint, with adjustable cheekpiece topped off with the Meopta

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# The early bird gets the fox

Mark Ripley rises early to maximise his fox-shooting opportunities on some new ground after a snow fall. Credit: DEA / ALBERT CEOLAN / Contributor / Getty Images I woke up thinking I’d slept through my 4am alarm but in actual

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# Dismal December

This time of year can offer terrible weather in all its forms, but there’s no excuse for not getting out there, says David Barrington Barnes. Credit: Boris Roessler / Contributor / Getty Images By the time I picked out the

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