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Sporting Rifle Magazine 77 Back Issue

English 10 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Shooting & Archery)
As summer creeps closer, the June issue of Sporting Rifle looks forward to the stalking opportunities the warmer weather brings as well as showcasing the best of today’s hunts both in the UK and farther afield. The reports are finally in on the first heads of the 2012 roebuck season – editor Pete Carr leads the charge by taking two industry greats out on his own turf, and we’ve also got the first ‘trophy of the month’ as part of our new trophy service in partnership with BASC. Head measurer Dominic Griffith follows this up with his tactics for deer census making and cull planning, and there are top tips from Highland stalker Andy Malcolm.
Elsewhere we’ve got a three-part guide to African hunting at a sensible price, with an in-depth look at safari opportunities in Zambia, tips on how to hunt on a budget, an a South African cull hunting experience from Ian Harford. Foxers are well catered for as always with Robert Bucknell’s advice on how to be successful at denning time and Mike Powell’s review of the Weihrauch HW66 rimfire rifle. And there’s another mouth-watering venison recipe from Marco Pierre White – plus a whole lot more besides.
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Sporting Rifle

77 As summer creeps closer, the June issue of Sporting Rifle looks forward to the stalking opportunities the warmer weather brings as well as showcasing the best of today’s hunts both in the UK and farther afield. The reports are finally in on the first heads of the 2012 roebuck season – editor Pete Carr leads the charge by taking two industry greats out on his own turf, and we’ve also got the first ‘trophy of the month’ as part of our new trophy service in partnership with BASC. Head measurer Dominic Griffith follows this up with his tactics for deer census making and cull planning, and there are top tips from Highland stalker Andy Malcolm. Elsewhere we’ve got a three-part guide to African hunting at a sensible price, with an in-depth look at safari opportunities in Zambia, tips on how to hunt on a budget, an a South African cull hunting experience from Ian Harford. Foxers are well catered for as always with Robert Bucknell’s advice on how to be successful at denning time and Mike Powell’s review of the Weihrauch HW66 rimfire rifle. And there’s another mouth-watering venison recipe from Marco Pierre White – plus a whole lot more besides.


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As summer creeps closer, the June issue of Sporting Rifle looks forward to the stalking opportunities the warmer weather brings as well as showcasing the best of today’s hunts both in the UK and farther afield. The reports are finally in on the first heads of the 2012 roebuck season – editor Pete Carr leads the charge by taking two industry greats out on his own turf, and we’ve also got the first ‘trophy of the month’ as part of our new trophy service in partnership with BASC. Head measurer Dominic Griffith follows this up with his tactics for deer census making and cull planning, and there are top tips from Highland stalker Andy Malcolm.
Elsewhere we’ve got a three-part guide to African hunting at a sensible price, with an in-depth look at safari opportunities in Zambia, tips on how to hunt on a budget, an a South African cull hunting experience from Ian Harford. Foxers are well catered for as always with Robert Bucknell’s advice on how to be successful at denning time and Mike Powell’s review of the Weihrauch HW66 rimfire rifle. And there’s another mouth-watering venison recipe from Marco Pierre White – plus a whole lot more besides.
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Sporting Rifle is the only magazine on the UK market that focuses on live quarry rifle shooting to the exclusion of all else. Covering fox shooting, deer stalking and all types of pest control, as well as less mainstream quarry such as British boar, each issue is packed full of features along with all the latest news and in-depth reviews from some of the best names in the industry.

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