Registered firearms are at their highest levels ever, but shotgun licences are dropping, show Home Office figures.
North Yorkshire grouse keeper, George Thompson, is the winner of this year’s prestigious Bellamy Trophy for his work promoting countryside conservation.
Lincolnshire Police have announced they are to outsource firearms licencing to a private security company.
A virtually indestructible torch that can emit 500 lumens for 1.5hrs continuous use.
Bywell Shooting Ground has gained GMK sponsorship for their premier DTL shooting weekend, to be held 15th - 17th June.
The National Gamekeepers' Organisation (NGO) has told a committee of MPs that gamekeepers play a vital role in combating rural crime, and are ''overwhelmingly a force for good in the…
Small bore cartridges: One of my godsons kindly invited me to a small-bore day on his family-run shoot, during which an afternoon a gale sprang up.
Countryside Alliance survey shows that public opinion about shooting is seen as a barrier to youngsters taking up the sport.
Cheffins are pleased to offer, as part of their fine art sale on 21st & 22nd March, a fine pair of shotguns by J. Purdey & Sons.
The British Association for Shooting & Conservation starts its search for a new chief executive, as John Swift announces his retirement after a quarter of a century.
Scottish Gamekeepers Association warns that ill-conceived conservation projects could cause "permanent devastation".
Despite habitat improvements and the removal of deer fences, the capercaillie continues to decline in Scotland.
National Trust says shoots are not threatened, but many are becoming nervous their licences will not be renewed.
Examination board OCR (Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations) has accepted that air pistol shooting can be taken as part of its GCSE in Physical Education, following pressure from Charlie Hoyal,…
The driving forces behind the shooting charity, Spider’s Appeal, which raises money both to protect the countryside and to benefit cancer patients, remain in good heart as their marathon fund-raising…
Members of the Polesden Lacey shooting syndicate react with anger after the National Trust decides to terminate lease.
An animal rights group claims covert footage highlights cruelty, but prosecutors say it cannot be used as evidence.
National Trust urged by shooting organisation to keep estates open for shooting sports.
GWCT survey reveals that paying farmers to feed starving birds is one option to save declining populations in winter.
Lady Gun, Cheryl Hall, shoots 100 English Sporting straight and is the first ever lady to achieve this result.