This week’s issue: Government rejects call to ban grouse shooting Calls for licensing are “unjust”, say shooters The magic of Druid’s A close call on the saltings Nature’s golden bounty…

This week’s issue: Rural groups take lead on new fox snaring code Rural groups share their trick-or-treats Plight of the pochard and pintail The stark, grim terror of it Shooting…

Ah, November. The shooting season continues to gather pace amidst the dimming of autumn’s golden glow and the grip of winter rousing from hibernation. And whether it’s the nation’s top…

This week’s issue: Anti-shooting proposals would be “disaster” for the countryside Scotland drops its ban on tail docking Wide skies, high birds Firm focus on pheasants High and dry in…

This week’s issue: CAP debate continues following vote to leave the European Union GWCT gives advice to help partridges Oh, for the glow of October More than just heather Greylag…

This week’s issue: Countryside Alliance welcomes improvements to Firearms Act CA describes BBC’s Packham ruling as “utterly ridiculous” Wigeon head our wish list Go sloe for a foraged treat Oh…

This week’s issue: Lead group to continue despite DEFRA’s rejection of its claims TV stars raise £40K at charity shoot Awash with splendour Some words of wonder To have and…

Shooting Gazette celebrates its 300th issue this month with a 140-page special that will take you to even further into the beating heart of driven game shooting. With everything from…

This week’s issue: Gamekeepers optimistic about pheasant and partridge numbers Post-Brexit commitment to keep EU workers is “crucial” The ant-loving green woodpecker Getting up to speed on partridges The pulling…

This week’s issue: Wildfowlers report favourable prospects for the season ahead Rural groups plan to cut EU red tape Tripping the light fantastic The cockle of our hearts By fair…

This week’s issue: New survey figures highlight the conservation benefits of shooting Badger culls are expanded A winner in the field Trial dogs go to town How to train with…

How do you like your partridges? Traditionalists will naturally favour these pocket rockets bursting over hedgerows and rolling stubble fields in the east of England, while, increasingly, others will get…

This week’s issue: Rain and snow could mean a late start for some this grouse season British Medical Association makes U-turn on license fees Get in line for the king…

This week’s issue: RSPB drops hen harrier plan and calls for grouse moor licensing Scottish shooting estates receive conservation award Harvest time and the shooting is easy No cure for…

This week’s issue: New DEFRA team faces questions on post-Brexit farming subsidies Knee-jerk legislation dropped from EU Firearms Directive What price a dog? A sporting summer test CZ 455 Evolution…

As the fieldsports community gears up for the Glorious Twelfth, Shooting Gazette is honouring the most important date in our calendar with a host of grouse shooting features celebrating this…

This week’s issue: No ban on lead ammunition Rural welcome for pro-shooting May Best foot forward to shoot Getting high on ibex African dove flight The sharpshooting superstar

This week’s issue: Shooters look to post-Brexit future Conservationists unite to save Scotland’s blackgrouse Hilltop hotshots In praise of Cervus elaphus scoticus Where to head for reds Forging a ferret…

This week’s issue: Farming groups press DEFRA for clarification on post-Brexit policies Don’t pay GP fee, says BASC A honeymoon goose How to set up a DIY shoot Clearing out…

This week’s issue: Rural groups highlight scope for new opportunities after EU vote Charity Commission to press LACS over snaring video Shooting with heroes Caring for your cover Crafting leather…