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Whether it’s for accurately identifying and spotting your quarry or for safety, a bright and versatile torch is one thing you should always carry. Most newcomers to the sport tend to start out shooting during day light hours, but the

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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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New year, new technique

Will O’Meara reveals the top three new year’s resolutions that every rifle shooter should make. A new year is upon us, and at this time of year it is a common practice to adopt resolutions. Personally, I am not really

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Driven German game!

Paul Childerley gets the privilege of experiencing driven wild game on a prestigious German estate next to the river Rhine Credit:alainolympus / Getty Images The excitement of driven wild boar is a draw for many English hunters nowadays and I

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Sporting Rifle 175 is out NOW

To order or subscribe, just visit: https://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/field19d/Sporting-Rifle.html Get ready for the coming season with the latest issue of Sporting Rifle – it’s a winter hunting special, full of tales of hunts in frigid climes, remote and wintry parts of the

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Tough adversary

Credit: Jim Cumming / Getty Images On a seemingly endless mission to catch a fox, Mark Ripley suffers every setback imaginable, from blank outings to vehicular malfunctions It was 5am and I was headed to the farm on probably my

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Clash of cultures

A Scotsman, an Irishman, an Englishman and a Swede – it’s no joke, but the party assembled for a late-season red stag stalk at Dalness Estate. Jason Doyle tells the tale… I crack the window slightly and drink in the

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From the Archives: muntjac fever with Jason Doyle

In this week’s edition of From the Archives, we go back two years and one day, as we asked Jason Doyle what species he’d like to hunt next on the show. Think big, we said. But he did the opposite

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