quarry

Top tips for quarry calling

David Barrington Barnes recalls the lessons learned from previous outings and explores the art of calling for quarry. Where are many good reasons for the great enjoyment that deerstalkers derive from their pursuit of deer. High among them are the

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Zeiss’s DTI review with Chris Parkin

Chris Parkin gives his verdict on Zeiss’ first foray into thermal imaging, with the new DTI. It was only a matter of time before some of the big European names began to seriously flirt with night vision and thermal imaging, and

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Sporting Rifle 188 is now available!

The latest issue of Sporting Rifle is now available for purchase or subscription Get your free copy now! You can get a free copy of the latest Sporting Rifle Magazine now! Get your regular fix of news, reviews and features

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ACSS Predator Reticle Gen III riflescope review

Chris Parkin finds that Primary Arms’ 1-6×24 riflescope is transformed into an awesome foxing option with the addition of the latest ACSS Predator Reticle Gen III. Primary Arms 1-6×24 Riflescope with ACSS Predator Reticle Gen III Primary Arms are offering

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Hawke Sidewinder review

Chris Parkin enjoys all of the benefits of of the brand new Hawke Sidewinder 30 FFP 6-24×56. Hawke has evolved significantly over the last few years, and the brand that was so easily assumed to be for air gunners has

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Early season stalking with Will O’Meara

As Will O’Meara gears up for early season stalking in Ireland, he suggests his top tips for getting ahead of the game. Some preseason checks should help avoid disaster On some parts of the world, hunting is a year-round activity.

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CZ 452 American review

Stuart Wilson familiarises himself with the CZ 452 American – the ‘first and last’ firearm for the hunter gatherer. My introduction to shooting came at an early age: rabbiting with my dad, keeping football pitches clear of damage from quite

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The Savage A22 semi-auto review

Mike Powell tests a Savage semi-auto the best way he knows how: By expending large amounts of .22LR ammo The bolt in the closed position. Note the Accutrigger and Picatinny rail Semi-automatic .22LR rifles have always had a big following;

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Testing thermal optics during foxing with Robert Bucknell

With uncertain weather wreaking havoc with crops, Robert Bucknell decides it’s the perfect time to test some thermal optics on fledgling foxes  To say it’s been a strange year would be an understatement This year is turning into a funny

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