Traditional country pursuits reimagined for a modern world
Everything from walked-up sport and driven grouse shooting, to reviews and top instruction...
Three of today’s foremost sporting artists consider the allure of grey partridges, in the field and at the easel.
Top game shooting instructor Simon Ward shares advice on how to take your shooting ability to the next level.
On shoots up and down the country, from the smallest of scratch-about affairs to the busiest of commercial operations, Beaters’ Day is one of the most eagerly anticipated fixtures on the game shooting calendar.
Tim Furbank identifies the factors that make for a dream day's shooting.
The former headkeeper of 17 years on Her Majesty the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, Honorary President of the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation and Lieutenant of the Victorian Order.
A shoot day akin to a tasting menu... One lucky team enjoys a day's sport on a quintet of Norfolk’s finest driven shoots.
One man’s vision became a team’s dream, and now sportsmen and women of the truest calibre are catching wind of a Spanish partridge shoot in the Serrania foothills determined to offer authentic sport produced off the back of a commendable philosophy.
A visit to the family-run T. R. White & Co. gunmakers in Staffordshire who have big plans for the future.
Using a medium largely unrecognised by many artists today, the young and talented Jessica Lennox produces drawings that blur the boundaries between art and photographs.
Five minutes with the globe-trotting hunter, passionate conservationist and founder of New Zealand’s cult clothing brand, Swazi.
The world of driven shooting can be intimidating and confusing to the newcomer – a minefield of alien traditions, customs and etiquette. But with a bit of homework and prior preparation, your first day on the peg can be both enjoyable and rewarding.
After considering the many variables parents must think about when acquiring the right gun for a young Shot, Vic Harker identifies two suitable and affordable off-the-rack options.
Over the years, artist John Trickett has created hundreds of paintings which beautifully capture the allure of our sports. And yet, amazingly, he has never pointed a gun at bird or beast nor wetted a line in hope of a fish.
Top game shooting instructor Simon Ward shares some tips on how to make the most of both shotgun configurations.
A closer look at why there’s a resurgence in popularity of the 16 bore shotgun in both the UK and the USA.
Marcus Janssen visits Watson Bros., the last independently-owned and run London gunmaking firm, where a pioneering spirit lives on.
Master driven pheasants with these 20 top tips from Simon Ward.
Is the recent surge in the popularity of copper-coated lead shot a result of clever marketing, or are these cartridges as good as some claim? Matt Kidd asks the opinion of various manufacturers and respected game Shots.
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