A compact shooting rest bag (capacity approx. 3.5kg) that can be filled with sand/rice... small enough to stow away easily and cheap as chips too!
Dom Holtam tries out these slick shooting sticks, available in bipod or tripod version, and finds the innovative one-handed adjustment to be a very useful feature
The lightweight sturdy frame, ease of use and secure grip on this Atlas BT10 bipod went down well with Chris Parkin when he put it to the test
Chris Parkin puts this remote camera to the test... this gadget helps you to track your accuracy when target shooting without relying on optics
Dom Holtam sings the praises of the good old ProTac ear defenders. You don’t have to spend a fortune on high-tech plugs; if you’re on a budget, these will do the job without breaking the bank
A detailed test and review of the Flextone FLX100 Electronic Game Caller... its simple design gets a big thumbs up!
An in depth test and review by Chris Parkin of the Lyman Auto-advance target stand - put an end to traipsing up and down the range to change your target sheets!
A bag with plenty of room for everything you may need tor a full day of hard hunting in subzero conditions
Chris Parkin discovers this progression from the Javelin bipod system presents a lightweight, adjustable and extremely versatile piece of kit
Chris Parkin reviews this affordable borescope, which allows you to establish an effective cleaning routine and see any wear and tear
Dom Holtam thinks Emberleaf’s latest is at the cutting edge of design, proving not all knives are created equal
Rifle Shooter talks to Keith Watson who designs and makes the most comfortable highseats we’ve sat in - they’re durable, collapsible, and come with top notch customer service
Phill Price outlines all that is good, bad and ugly (or just good!) about NiteSite’s new mountable rangefinder
Phill Price tests the quad-stick design, which gives more stability to your aim
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