It’s that time of year again when game shots start to think about pre-season training. Lessons and simulated days are a great way of keeping your eye-in over the summer…

This week’s issue: Shooters decry airgun licence fee Itchen to be protected from watercress farm discharges Clay is the way to good gameshooting A good name for a gun-lover? Nights…

This week’s issue: New Field & Country Fair beckons Beaver numbers set to grow How to think like a deer Monarchs of the glen Cutting-edge craftsmen Is your dog stock-ready?…

This week’s issue: Airgun licensing campaign is inadequate, warns BASC Charity fights food poverty with “nutritious pheasant” First forays with my 20-bore Rough guide to a fine hide The taste…

The Field & Country Fair is almost upon us, and everyone at Shooting Gazette is waiting to give you, our readers, the warmest of welcomes at Cornbury Park between June…

This week’s issue: Most English rivers in “abysmal state”, warns study Shooting names honoured at 21st industry awards Starling wars! Field & Country Fair The fruits of a flightpond The…

This week’s issue: Social media could impact on conservation, says MP Northern Irish police urged to rethink online licensing Shooting on the level Our pick of top airguns How habit…

This week’s issue: Rural Scotland looks to Tories Award-winning grouse moor attacked by antis A lurcher in the lamplight One for the rook, one for the crow Why the curlew…

This week’s issue: Quality of licensing service is a “postcode lottery”, says CA New report shows 275,000 houses to go on green belt Country Diary Top crops for big bags…

We can’t wait to head down to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire on June 10 – 12 for the Field & Country Fair. Whatever your preferences in the sporting world, the…

Welcome to the gundog issue of Shooting Gazette. If you love your four-legged shooting companions then you’re in for 30 pages of fantastic features, essential products, cutting edge interviews and…

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In this week’s issue: BASC blasts Kent firearms boss CLA calls for new flood measures How England changed her clothes Putting shooting on the map Feral goats on an unspoilt…

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In this week’s issue: Purdey Awards are now open New policing Bill is a “missed chance” says CA First steps to first-class retrieving Gunshop of the month: Catering for all…

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The shooting world never sleeps – just ask your local gamekeeper. Even while these countryside custodians are busy taking their end-of-season holidays they are often secretly plotting the way ahead…

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In the week’s issue: Shooters urged to lobby MEPs about EU Firearms Directive Scottish keepers welcome tail docking consultations Advice on flight line and roost shooting Controlling pests on the…

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In this week’s issue: Report shows UK bird numbers halved since 70s Enter the Shooting Industry Awards Keeping it in the family: A shoot day for Young Guns Teaching a…

Shooting Gazette February 2016

The 2015/2016 driven shooting season is coming to a close, and it’s nearly that time of year when we are only able to reflect on its passing through photographs, stories…

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In this week’s issue: Figures reveal sales of game meat at all-time high Wildfowlers report good bags despite heavy rainfall Action from the 2016 Cocker Champs What to do with…

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In this week’s issue: DEFRA publishes hen harrier plan Government flood control proposals bad for wildlife Wild greys in the wild south-west Operation birdwatch Catching out the corvids A Burns…

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In this week’s issue: Flooding hits shoots up north SNP considers Scottish grouse shoot licensing Nick Ridley spends a day on the Winderwath estate in Cumbria Shotgun Test: Chapuis C40…