In tonight’s bumper episode, Mark Ripley takes us out on a successful crow shoot over drilled maize using his trusty Beretta AL391 to protect the crop. After that, he’s back doing what he does best – foxing. With the new Sightmark Wraith 4K (supplied by Scott Country) Mark manages to find a couple of decent foxes, despite shooting in challenging conditions. Also in this episode, Chris Parkin tests the Frontier 34 FFP 5-30×56 riflescope from Hawke.

FULL KIT LIST

 

PART A – Mark Ripley 

 

Optics:

Sightmark Wraith 4K Ultra night vision scope – Scott Country 

Pulsar Accolade Pro 2 thermal binos – Scott Country 

 

Gun:

Beretta AL391 12 gauge – GMK (on crows) 

Custom .223 rifle – Dane and Co (on foxes) 

 

Clothing

Deerhunter recon beanie

Deerhunter recon trousers 

Deerhunter deer jacket (on foxes) 

Deerhunter soft shell moor jacket (on crows) 

 

Accessories

Cens ear defenders (on crows)

Hide poles, decoys and nets – A1 decoys (on crows) 

Atlas bipod – Sporting Services 

Rekon tripod – Scott Country 

MAE Scout moderator – JMS Sporting 

PBIR-L infrared illuminator 

Fox Pro Wildfire Caller – Bushwear 

 

Ammunition:

Gamebore clear pigeon 32g 6 cartridges – Gamebore 

Hornady 53g Superperformance ammo – Edgar Bros   

 

 

PART B – Chris Parkin 

 

Optics: 

Hawke Frontier 34 FFP 5-30X56 Riflescope – www.hawkeoptics.com

 

Accessories: 

Trigger Cam 2.1 – www.highlandoutdoors.co.uk

Tier-One Scope mounts – www.highlandoutdoors.co.uk

Sound Moderator, ASE Northstar – www.jacksonrifles.com

Ear defenders, Peltor – www.3m.co.uk

Sunwayfoto tripod – www.sportingservices.co.uk

 

Ammunition: 

Hornady ammunition, www.edgarbrothers.com

 

Rifle: 

Remington 700 semi-custom in 223 Wylde – www.valkyrierifles.net

 

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