Watch: 4 foxes in 1 night with 260RIPS

Mark Ripley prone behind his rifle

Mark makes a dent in the fox population prior to the start of the lambing season - Credit: Archant

In this video, Mark Ripley (260RIPS) is on a pre-lambing season fox control mission... it goes better than expected!

In episode 10 of our series, Foxing with Mark Ripley (260 RIPS) on Shooting & Country TV, Mark has a bumper night to share with you! First though, he nails a few long-range targets and provides useful tips and advice on improving your own long-range shooting.

Once darkness falls, it's time to head out onto the surrounding farmland and do a serious clear-up prior to the local lambing season. With his arm fully healed, Mark is now back to his old form and is making his presence felt... it's a bumper night, with four foxes shot with a super thermal scope to show for it at the end! Not too shabby.

KIT BAG
Thermal and Night Vision:
 Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF Pro and InfiRay Tube TL35 thermal scope
Clothing and accessories: Ascent Soft Shell jacket in DIRT Camo and Evade Rucksack
Rifle, stock and bipod: Remington 700 in .243 with FORM Riflestock and Spartan Pro Tac bipod
Daytime optics: Element Helix day scope
Scope mounts: Sportsmatch Quick Release one-piece mount (medium weaver/picatinny rail 30mm)