rangefinding

Mike Powell reviews the Pulsar Accolade

Mike Powell turns his eye – well, both eyes – to the Pulsar Accolade thermal binocular and its eye strain-reducing capabilities. Fox numbers in my area seem to have been high. There are various reasons for that, one of which

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Victory Rangefinders

In terms of features, Zeiss’s rangefinding binos have absolutely everything: integrated ballistic information system (BIS II), Bluetooth connectivity, compatibility with the Zeiss Hunting app. Using this app, your ballistic data can be uploaded to the rangefinder from your phone, with

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Stalking getaway with Paul Childerley

Getting a break from the constant demands of being a gamekeeper, Paul Childerley heads out for an evening of much-needed R&R: rifle and roebucks. I set off on a sunny afternoon in May to try my luck on a roebuck and

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SPONSORED: These binos can range quarry out to 3,000 yards

Leica’s newly revamped Geovids can range the furthest of any comparable model

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Dial or hold?

What’s the best way to adjust for windage and elevation? Will O’Meara gives you his masterclass to getting it right – at every ethical hunting range

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Laser precision

The new rangefinding scope from Burris claims to give shooters a reliable point of aim as well as a range. Tim Pilbeam finds out whether it really works

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