I am replacing all my old bits of smelly camo netting. Rather than carry several nets I wondered if I could get away with just one. What are your thoughts on this and, if it is feasible to get away with just one, what length should I buy?
I read with interest George Wallace's article in the March issue entitled Bullets and balls. In it he states big heavy lead bullets tend to dig in or flatten and stop rather than bounce around the countryside.
My eight-year-old son's ambition is to see a wild otter, something which is not easy here in Sussex. However, we are going to Scotland at Easter and wonder if you could suggest the best place to try to see one?
The legal ruling that deer should not be shot one hour after sunset, or before sunrise, has always struck me as odd? Usually it's too dark to see (let alone shoot) at that time. Or are modern rifle scopes so good now, they enable you to see in the dark?