It’s August, and you know what that means. After what seems an eternity, the Glorious Twelfth, the start of the grouse shooting season, edges ever closer. Excited? You should be, and not just because you could be on the moor within days. Even if grouse isn’t on your radar, by now most of you will have started to practise at the clay ground, be well on the way to ironing out your dog’s odd habits or had to seriously start thinking about booking that hotel for the syndicate’s shooting trip. As in booking it this week. Stuck or ideas, in need of advice? Never fear, Shooting Gazette is here…
Grouse shooting from the west and north of this famous shooting county.
Walked-up or driven?
Which is the better form of grouse shooting?
Order! Order! Bang!
Which famous Westminster faces had a second home on the peg?
Reviews, reviews, reviews
The White Swan Inn, Pickering; the Renault Clio Renaultsport 200; and the Beretta SV10 Perennia 20 bore go under the microscope.
Cinnamon Club head chef Vivek Singh shares his recipe secrets plus an exclusive dining offer for Shooting Gazette readers.
Blowers on shooting
Cricket commentator Henry Blofeld talks about his second love.
How dogs use their senses to help save lives.
Nature’s silent struggle
Who will win the battle of the red and grey squirrel?
One woman and her dog
The story of a hapless handling duo who made good.