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Tracking different deer species w/ Chris Dalton

Chris Dalton returns to Bedford – teaching his client how to track the different deer species. In this article I cast my mind back to some training that I have been doing at Garryloop over the last 12 to 14

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The Shooting Show – Chris Dalton and Paul Childerley go on a Chinese Water Deer cull

Don’t miss the latest episode of The Shooting Show, available to view above! In Part 1 we accompany Chris Dalton down in Bedford with Paul Childerley (Childers) assisting him with the Chinese Water Deer cull. After the clients head home,

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Creedmoor cull w/ Paul Childerley

Paul Childerley chances a call at the start of the rut and ends up putting his new Sako rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor to good use. Waiting for a buck to come after the first round of calling Needing some summer

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Roebuck hunting with Paul Childerley

Paul Childerley heads to Wiltshire to help with with a roebuck hunt Many people ask what species makes for really enjoyable roebuck hunting. There are so many that could top the list but one of the best has to be

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Deer stalking in Bedfordshire with Chris Dalton

Chris Dalton is down in the East of England to introduce Chinese water deer stalking to a fellow stalker. A mild winter meant there were far more deer stalking opportunities Credit: Sandra Standbridge / Getty Images Recently I covered a

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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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Sporting Rifle 177 is out NOW!

Are you ready for the first edition of Sporting Rifle of 2020? As far as sporting rifle shooters are concerned, February is the cruellest month – with fast-approaching deer cull deadlines, fox raids to take care of ahead of lambing

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Stalking essentials, as chosen by our contributors (part 3)

This is part three in our four part series of essential gear, as chosen by our Sporting Rifle contributors. Yesterday we hard from Paul Childerley on lowland stalking. This time it’s the turn of Byron Pace to give us the

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Contributor’s choice: Essential gear (part 2)

Yesterday we began our four part series of essential gear, as chosen by our Sporting Rifle contributors. Yesterday we heard from Chris Dalton on best gear for Scottish stalking. This time it’s the turn of Paul Childerley to give us

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Contributors’ choice: Essential collection

Sporting Rifle’s contributors tell us what gear they really rely on for a wide range of hunting purposes – from foxing to stalking to sport abroad. Credit: Byron Pace Scottish stalking gear, by Chris Dalton As a professional stalking guide,

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