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keys

Keeping your gun cabinet keys discreetly and safely is one of the major responsibilities of possessing a gun. Fail to do this and you could bring shooting and your sport…

pheasant shooting on a budget

Is there such a thing as pheasant shooting on a budget? Well, yes there is. You can always buy a left-over day on a shooting website and snap up a…

Gamekeepers

Over the years I have read a number of articles on the topic of what constitutes a good beater, a good shoot and a good picker-up. But I don’t recall…

Polish Bazanty pheasant

It’s said that good manners cost nothing. It’s also true that bad manners in the field will cost you a future shooting invitation. So here is a guide to what…

Driven shoot day

Does your shoot stand out from the crowd? Will your festive sport go with a bang? ST offers up a few suggestions to help make your driven day just that…

black labrador

Gundogs are controlled with slip leads but it’s rare that you’ll see one with any sort of collar. So do all dogs have to wear collars? Is it required by…

Beretta 695

The Beretta 695 on test is impressive and offers positive shooting qualities. It’s also reasonably priced and a relatively new offering from the Beretta stable. Interested?  It is available in…

black Labrador puppy

Q: How do I going about choosing a puppy from the litter? I’m planning on breeding gundog puppies from my bitch this spring. She’s five years old and I only…