Whether it’s for accurately identifying and spotting your quarry or for safety, a bright and versatile torch is one thing you should always carry. Most newcomers to the sport tend to start out shooting during day light hours, but the…
Following last issue’s product round-up, Mike Powell gives his thoughts on which of night vision and thermal imaging is really better for today’s fox shooter
Do you find a moonlit night produces better results for foxing than the really dark ones?
I am thinking of getting a rangefinder for foxing. What’s your opinion of the range finding binocular option as opposed to the normal small rangefinder?
Q: I have just acquired my first 4×4 and will be using it to shoot foxes on a local farm. Have you any tips as to the best way to go about it? A: Mike says: These days shooting from…
We talk to two hunters who spend hours perusing the sides of slopes to locate their quarry to get their tips on how best to spot wildlife
What scope should you buy next? What do you really need to consider, and what’s just a marketing gimmick? Will O’Meara has all the answers