On the 31st March 2007 Mr Peter Bates organised a working test on behalf of the Barton on Humber Gundog Society at Moreby Park, York, in aid of Cancer Research.
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A consultation on plans to open up for the first time the whole of England's coastline to the public has been launched.
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CZ Style .22LR rifle review: Eschewing size in favour of substance, the CZ Style 16in is proving itself a rimfire rifle to be reckoned with.
Is it possible to have my gun altered so that it is easier to close, or to remove the self-opening mechanism?
Ian Valentine asks industry leaders their opinion of the current state of the gun market. It is buoyant, especially at the top end, but are smaller businesses suffering the consequences?
The huntsman and whipper-in of the Quantocks Staghounds have been found guilty of illegal hunting in the second case brought against a hunt.
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A Borders gamekeeper who admitted lacing pheasant carcasses with poison and using live pigeons as bait has been given 220 hours of community service.
The new Webley & Scott .810 shotgun is a reliable semi-automatic with smart looks and great handling.
Can you tell me how far in front of my hide I should place duck decoys when wildfowling?
Jim Paice MP, the shadow minister of agrilculture steps down after four years as trustee
Fowling on the Humber estuary is now under threat, say two clubs in the area
Blackgrouse could disappear from the UK’s landscape by 2080 according to the latest Government-backed report
Here Shooting Times offers you a best-buy guide to sound moderators for .22 rimfires.
Star England batsman Kevin Pietersen knocks clays for sixes, fours and even a few singles, too, as he takes on ST’s Ian Valentine at the West London Shooting School
DEFRA minister Barry Gardiner MP, visits the pioneering heather regeneration work of Purdey Award winner Geoff Eyre.