May 30 2015 Latest news:
Set your sights on getting the best view of your target as possible with these super specs
If you’ve got a shotgun you will, by law, need a gun cabinet to store it in. We’ve compiled a list of gun cabinets to suit all budgets and needs.
Whether you’re new to the sport or you just want to brush up on your gun storage knowledge, follow our essential guide to ensure you manage your firearms properly and avoid breaking the law.
Fun, eccentric, a delight to shoot, and with enviable dynamics, what’s not to like about the AyA No.4 .410 side-by-side?
The Model 42 is the perfect pest control tool and is also great for youngsters
It might not win any beauty contests, but Mike Yardley finds the Yildiz 12-bore instinctive and forgiving to use
Ever wondered what our esteemed gun tester looks for when choosing guns for his own use? Mike tells us about his own shotguns and why he likes them
BASC is asking shoots to help beekeepers for the benefit of bees, the countryside and shoots
Countryside Alliance secures recognition for gundogs and hunt kennels in Welsh dog breeding guidance
Seeland has launched a national family clay challenge, as part of its promotion of the new multi-disciplined Winster Family – a practical clothing range that bridges the gap between clay and game shooting.
The GWCT’s second Big Farmland Bird Count records the blackbird as the most common bird seen on farms, and adds 11 species to the list compiled last year.
Smiths Gore and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust have launched their annual Shoot Benchmarking survey, offering shoots the opportunity to gain a better understanding of their financial performance for free
The RSPB should hang its head in shame, says NGO, after court rules that the bird charity provided unlawfully obtained evidence to support the prosecution of a gamekeeper
I often end up with a surplus of venison and there is only so much stew you can eat… so to expand my culinary repertoire I am considering investing in sausage making gear. Is it worth the hassle or should I stick to burgers?
The farm I currently shoot rabbits on has now given me permission to control the foxes and deer. I intend to apply for a variation but I am unsure whether to apply for two separate calibres or one all-rounder?
Is there a correct and an incorrect way to carry your gun when in its slip? Someone told me I was doing it wrong the other day, but I thought it was just a question of what is most comfortable for you?
We might have mink on the river that runs near our pheasant pen. What telltale signs would mink leave and what can we do about them?