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Sonic modular silencer: Like most moderators, they all do a job and you get what you pay for.
Flying the flag for shooting sports, international cricketer Alastair Cook MBE has been spotted deer stalking in East Anglia recently.
Pheasant shooting: How does a young pheasant shooting operation make it look like they've done it for years?
My friend has been taking me clay shooting and I would now like to get my own gun when my shotgun certificate arrives.
Partridge shooting: The kind of luxuriant partridge shooting no gun should feel guilty about.
Richard Prior looks back on a life of hunting
I really enjoy clay pigeon shooting on holiday to Spain and Cyprus in the summer for an odd competition shoot or two, but I’ve noticed that I never manage to match the Sporting averages I get here.
How to shoot: Bending the rules! Shooting instructor, Mark Russell explains how using the rules to your benefit can improve your scores.
How do you go about ferreting roadside hedgerows? The one running through our farmer’s land is alive with rabbits and he says he wants them clearing.
Clay shooting: I lost a leg last year in a motorbike accident and now find it harder to shoot Sporting because I can’t move my feet to cope with doubles.
Game shooting: One man's game shooting dream is coming true thanks to enthusiasm and topography.
Stalking roebucks proves a difficult task
The highly successful wildfowling club purchases its 11th parcel of land in four years, bringing the total to more than 2,200 acres owned by the association.
Pheasant shooting: This pheasant shooting syndicate is enjoying a welcome cash injection.
Scottish conservation groups call for future Government funded conservation measures to include predator control.
Game shooting: Another rib at game shooting in Shooting Laws That Won't Happen.
South Dakota: Patrolling the prairie for pheasant and grouse under huge skies in South Dakota.
When game shooting, or pigeon shooting for that matter, I always miss the birds coming in overhead from behind me.
I am strictly a scalpel kind of guy. Whatever butchering is required, comparing the exquisite sharpness and superior handling ability of a scalpel with that of a penknife is a bit like measuring a hand fitted Purdey against a hand-me-down Baikal.