It’s just three months to go now until the Northern Shooting Show gets under way, and in preparation, the NSS has confirmed more exhibitors and brands have been added to the event. On their new confirmed sponsors, the NSS said:…
Hornady has revamped its range of varminting loads
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…
Paul Harding experiments with some reduced recoil loads, and finds that big-bore rifles needn’t make you wince
Lusting after an African double of his own, Byron Pace looks at a rifle from Heym designed specifically for the professional hunter
The Merkel brand may not be well known in the UK, but this is certainly not the case in Europe. They also enjoy a loyal following in the US, thanks mainly to their impressive range of shotguns. Based in Suhl,…
With the current market already flooded with .17 calibres, Byron Pace takes a close look at the newest kid on the block
Edgar Brothers is holding four range days around the country to give firearms certificate holders the chance to try out the new .17 Hornet calibre.
The British Deer Society has formed a new partnership with Savage rifles’ UK distributor Edgar Brothers.
Editor Peter Carr recently caught up with Jason Hornady, vice president of Hornady Manufacturing, at Norman Clark gunsmiths in Coventry and obtained an exclusive interview for the Shooting Show.