With over 50 years’ experience of fenland wildfowling, this man has seen some astonishing sights and enjoyed spectacular fruits from eastern England’s larder.
Boss & Co: Two of the world’s finest and rarest shotguns will go under the hammer at James D. Julia Auctioneers in March.
Woodcock: To shoot or not to shoot?
Normal loads vs heavy shells: Which side of the arguement do you fall on?
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Firearms Licensing: Chief Constable Andy Marsh is the national policing lead for the Firearms & Explosives Licensing Working Group (FELWG), and here he outlines the plans for the future of…
Front rank v back gun: Which side of the arguement do you fall on?
Richard Caring: The man who made his name in fashion and restaurants brings his Midas Touch to game shooting in the West Country.
Whether gliding along picturesque moorland roads, eating up the miles on the motorway, or negotiating muddy banks and mountain streams on the shoot, the Subaru Forester offers total comfort and…
Lunch stop v shooting through: Which side of the arguement do you fall on?
The Hoddern Shoot: Any shoot where syndicate guns take 20 days a season must have a winning formula. Is the secret at the Hoddern shoot a simple case of giving…
Anthropomorphism: Gundog owners try to maintain hard rules with their gundogs but we all go a bit soft sometimes.
Audi RS4 Avant: With 0-62mph and a large boot does the Audi RS4 Avant represent the perfect shooting 4x4?
Shooting Gazette's food and lifestyle writer, Amy Willcock, shows you how to prepare a pheasant ready for cooking.
Weimaraner: These distinctive German dogs are often misunderstood but, in the right hands, the Weimaraner can be excellent gundogs.
Bolton Hall: This prestigious North Yorkshire moor enjoyed another superb grouse shooting season last year.
Barbury Shooting School: A group of Bath rugby players headed to Barbury Shooting School for a light-hearted diversion from playing and training - but the competitive spirit soon kicked in.
Exbury: With arguably the finest informal gardens in England, Exbury estate was once described as ‘heaven with the gates open’. There is some excellent game shooting too.
Dual champions: the gap between working dogs and show dogs has become a chasm. Is there any hope of seeing a return of dual champions?
Mike Robinson: From field to table, the chef's masterclass in how to turn a deer carcass into steaks, burgers, meatballs and much more from his cookery school in West Berkshire…