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The Shooting Show – NV foxing on the stubbles

With the crops off, we’re out for a post-harvest foxing session with the local keepers. We’ve got thermal and NV units to hand, thanks to Pulsar. In fact, the only thing missing is the foxes. Can we get them to

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Ask the experts: Is a thermal imager still useful in the summer?

Are thermal imagers still worth it at this time of year, when nights are short and everything is warmer than usual?

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On test: Pulsar Trail XQ50 thermal riflescope

Is the the Pulsar XQ50 Trail set to be a new market leader in thermal riflescope? Mike Powell gets his hands on one to find out

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Thermal imaging gets more accessible thanks to the FLIR Scout TK

SPONSORED: Compact and lightweight thermal imagers gives you a clear view regardless of light conditions

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8 tips to make the most of winter foxing

Freezing temperatures and a covering of snow and ice can give man the upper hand over hungry, risk-taking predators. Here’s how to capitalise…

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The heat of the night

Thermal riflescopes were once unthinkable, but already there’s a model on the market for under £5,000. Chris Parkin tries out the Optix RecognizIR 50

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Pulsar Quantum HD50S

Pulsar’s state-of-the-art Quantum thermal imager – ideal for the more advanced shooter desiring a longer range and shorter start-up time.

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After dark

Sporting sage Andy Lovel changes tack and swaps his intended quarry from roebuck to fox on a public relations exercise to keep a worried shepherd on side north of the border

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