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Sporting Rifle Magazine 86 Back Issue

English 10 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Shooting & Archery)
The February issue of Sporting Rifle sees our top writers on the trail of a host of UK deer species. Red hinds, sika stags, row does, CWD bucks and fallow prickets all feature, as we head to the furthest corners of the UK and Ireland to stalk these fine beasts. Stalking agent Charly Green also gives his advice on how best to manage a herd of red deer, while we line up the latest results from a still successful BASC and Sporting Rifle trophy measuring service.
Byron Pace has got his hands on the new .17 Hornet calibre and takes it out for a first foxing field test. Also in the world of foxing, Robert Bucknell investigates the latest trend among dedicated fox shooters – fox boxes – while Mark Nicholson tests a range of optics for foxing and Mike Powell gives the low down on shooting Charlie with smaller calibres.
We've also got tests of two Thompson Centre rifles, sport abroad from Wyoming, Mississippi and the Eastern Cape, and a hard-hitting viewpoint on the future of African hunting.
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86 The February issue of Sporting Rifle sees our top writers on the trail of a host of UK deer species. Red hinds, sika stags, row does, CWD bucks and fallow prickets all feature, as we head to the furthest corners of the UK and Ireland to stalk these fine beasts. Stalking agent Charly Green also gives his advice on how best to manage a herd of red deer, while we line up the latest results from a still successful BASC and Sporting Rifle trophy measuring service. Byron Pace has got his hands on the new .17 Hornet calibre and takes it out for a first foxing field test. Also in the world of foxing, Robert Bucknell investigates the latest trend among dedicated fox shooters – fox boxes – while Mark Nicholson tests a range of optics for foxing and Mike Powell gives the low down on shooting Charlie with smaller calibres. We've also got tests of two Thompson Centre rifles, sport abroad from Wyoming, Mississippi and the Eastern Cape, and a hard-hitting viewpoint on the future of African hunting.


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The February issue of Sporting Rifle sees our top writers on the trail of a host of UK deer species. Red hinds, sika stags, row does, CWD bucks and fallow prickets all feature, as we head to the furthest corners of the UK and Ireland to stalk these fine beasts. Stalking agent Charly Green also gives his advice on how best to manage a herd of red deer, while we line up the latest results from a still successful BASC and Sporting Rifle trophy measuring service.
Byron Pace has got his hands on the new .17 Hornet calibre and takes it out for a first foxing field test. Also in the world of foxing, Robert Bucknell investigates the latest trend among dedicated fox shooters – fox boxes – while Mark Nicholson tests a range of optics for foxing and Mike Powell gives the low down on shooting Charlie with smaller calibres.
We've also got tests of two Thompson Centre rifles, sport abroad from Wyoming, Mississippi and the Eastern Cape, and a hard-hitting viewpoint on the future of African hunting.
read more read less
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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