What do you really need to go hunting? Will O’Meara slims his kit set-up down to the absolute essentials. Where is an obsession with kit and equipment. How much more effective does it really make you? Well, it probably depends on the equipment…
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From the outset I want to point out NV (night vision) scopes are not the be all and end all to modern day fox shooting. They certainly aren’t a magic source of instant success; NV is another important tool in the gun cabinet to help you control any lamp-shy foxes on your patch. NV also allows you to operate with the utmost stealth in areas you don’t want to be bathing with artificial light.
For the ever-increasing number of shooters who are out after the sun sets, there seems to be an equally mounting number of items to aid them in their quest.
Sporting Rifle’s Byron Pace offers up his observations during the doe cull, and reflects on hunting with friends and family For a lot of stalkers, the end of the roebucks brings with it an immediate longing for the following season…
Even more clarity with the new Lightforce Pred3X “Ratter”.
Gerber’s new Myth Blood Tracking Light, especially good for tracking blood in low-light or low-contrast surroundings.