Matthew Cameron looks at how twist rate relates to projectile length and velocity, and how that affects our choice of bullet in the field
Tim Maddams teaches us how to use the trim and bones of a butchered rabbit to make a delicious stock and an incredibly tasty soup! Waste not, want not!
Tim Pilbeam shares the symptoms of Lyme disease, the tests available with which to diagnose it, and the various methods of dealing with the disease once you know you have it
Keith Poyser offers simple and practical advice to help you deal with the affects of wind in the pressured environment of the hunting field...
Tim Pilbeam shares his experience of what it is like to live with Lyme disease, and how even getting a clear diagnosis can prove difficult
Tim Maddams teaches us step by step how to gut, skin and butcher a rabbit for the table, and concludes with a delicious devilled rabbit livers recipe!
An insider’s perspective on the awesome Zamberlan boot factory in Italy, where traditional craft partners with high tech machinery and materials to produce some of the best boots out there
Ever welded a shooting rest onto a clapped out Landie before heading out to the fields after a fox? Tim Pilbeam recounts the history of his own homemade wagons
Learn the basic but critical elements that form the foundation of successful rifle shooting, from the respected rifle coach Keith Poyser
The CIC Trophy Measuring Board reports which heads made the cut and were awarded a CIC medal at the British Shooting Show... can you spot yours?
Dr Nina Kruger delves into the fascinating subject of humans’ desire to hunt, explaining why the urge to hunt remains ingrained within us long after the need to hunt has vanished
Phill Price puts this gun cleaning box from UK Shoot Warehouse to the test - it doubles up and can be used as both a gun stand and a toolbox!
Rebecca Green travels to France’s Les Landes forest to experience the “palombière” - a fascinating form of pigeon shooting entirely alien to us in the UK
The ingenius Napier Truck Click - which helps move heavy carcasses into your truck and allows you to perform a suspended gralloch - is tested by Rebecca Green
Part two of the step-by-step guide to using the often misunderstood Kestrel Wind Meter - from truing the data to using LiNK, the free Kestrel app
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