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
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
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
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 oversupply of game meat is a hot topic on shoots this season, and rightly so. Phil Moorsom looks at what efforts are being made to better utilise this healthy food source
Stalking black bear in the rocky Idaho wilderness is not for the faint-hearted, as Simon Barr found out when he experienced this exhilarating hunt for himself
Tim Pilbeam travels to beautiful Argentina to hunt the elusive axis deer, but getting a clear shot at this wary quarry in the thick cover proves to be challenging to say the least!
Could the tidal wave of modern technology that has engulfed the hunting world spell trouble for the ethical future of the sport?
Tim Pilbeam takes on one of the toughest but most rewarding hunts there is... mouflon sheep in the bare, jagged terrain of the Dalmatian coastline in Croatia
Holland & Holland is home to the UK’s first shooting cinema (or ‘Schiesskino’, as it is called in Germany where they are widely used); we talk to Steve Rawsthorne to find out more
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