Can you advise me on best practice for operating both Larsen traps and multi-catch crow cages. What I should do with them when not in use?
My .308 seems to work perfectly well on deer with my 'ordinary' bullets, so is the extra expense of 'premium' ammo necessary?
Nobody said puppy training is easy - just make sure you don't make it unnecessarily hard for yourself.
Is it true marauding deer which damage crops can be shot at any time, whether they are in season or not?
I had two months notice from my local police my certificate was up. I completed the necessary forms and posted them. My cheque for £40 went out six days later,…
Four of us run a 300 acre shoot. We feed during the winter, but around our day jobs, so the hand-fed straw rides are topped up at different times of…
I don't know if I have bought a consignment of cartridges with hard primers but my gun hardly ever fires one from the bottom barrel. Should I return them to…
A lot of pigeons are being attracted to growing rape fields on the farm I shoot and I've managed to enjoy some decent sport. The trouble is an hour or…
I have read that it is possible to have a .44 pistol as a slaughtering instrument. How do I set about getting one and should I ask for a .44?
My ground holds lots of fallow deer and muntjac but only a handful of roe. How can I encourage roe to proliferate here?
Getting to grips with gun dogs that can't, or won't, jump.
There are many dangers when it comes to training a young gun dog. Surprisingly, being enthusiastic can be one of them.
How to deal with a gun dog that's a reluctant retriever, one step at a time.
The stop whistle is often the only sure-fire way to curb an over enthusiastic return from your dog.
A little too much 'knowledge' can be a dangerous thing for a gundog to possess and they can often become a bit too independent of the handler.