Britain's biggest & best shooting magazine - April 2014 - £3.70
High tower power
Challenging shooting from the high tower as Tom Payne tackles woodies winging in at grouse level.
The fox controller
Ian Mason meets Bev a Home Counties legend who has taken 9,000 foxes with his .223.
Make yourself a pest
Jeffrey Olstead urges us to respond to Natural Englandís new consultation on the General Licences.
Double trap versus game
They might seem like chalk and cheese but double trap and driven game shooting have similarities, says Peter Wilson.
Pest control is essential if the next generation is to hear birdsong, says Richard Brigham.
A good hare day
A driven hare day offers challenging shooting. Mary Bremner visits south Lincolnshire, where high numbers allow a sustainable harvest.
The pleasure principle
When it comes to pigeon shooting Peter Theobald asks if the law is capable of accommodating sporting pleasure and pest control.
George Wallace on which calibres he finds most effective for fox control.
Turn into a camo chameleon
In anticipation of a new buck season, we need to choose the right camouflage for the territory, says Jon Snowdon.
On course for collision
Mark Russell, shooting coach at Grimsthorpe Shooting Ground, reveals the simple truth about hitting a target.
Stone the crows
Beatersídaysignalsthe end of the season but for keeper Andy Swallow it means the start of the next.
The birthing game
In the concluding part of a two-part series, Tony Price tells how to bring their working bitchís puppies into the world.
Spring is a good time
To shoot bunnies, so Markís simple and delicious recipe for rabbit is a fitting dish.
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