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cultureThe Game Fair 2019, the “festival of the great British countryside”
From 26-28 July, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire (UK), will host Europe’s largest countryside festival: hunting, fishing, shooting, falconry, gamekeeping, horses, dogs, gardens and much more, with events and exhibitions covering all three days.
cultureDream hunt: hunting waterbuck in South Africa
Jason Rodd flew from London into Port Elizabeth, South Africa, to hunt plains game. Within hours of arriving at the Kudu Ridge Lodge, he was presented with opportunities to hunt waterbuck, Eastern Cape kudu, and eland. Africa’s variety and scenery make it a top destination for hunters.
Renato Brodar's interest in firearms lead him into hunting: shooting is a hobby and hunting in Slovenia is a lifestyle choice. Renato’s passion is to hunt chamois on the mountains tops, he’s a confident distance shooter and embraces the challenge of the harsh conditions and the opportunity to earn his quarry.
Croatia offers the hunter a huge variety of game in an assortment of locations, it is rich with hunting tradition and heritage. The land is either private or state owned, and there are more than 1000 hunting grounds, and very few fences. Dean Čortan lives in the town of Samobor, 10 km from Zagreb. He said: “W
henever I go hunting I feel the …
Armanda Couto moved to Scotland from Portugal ten years ago, and was introduced to hunting and shooting by her husband, Sergio. She started with airguns, and enjoyed target shooting, then began using shotguns and progressed onto rifles. She shot her first roe doe in 2014, followed by two bucks on the same outing in 2017.
The big international fair for hunting, outdoor, personal safety, sport shooting and hunting dogs will take place in Vicenza (Italy) from February 10-12. In addition to the presentation of new products from numerous companies, the program of the HIT Show 2018 is full of varied events and conferences. Also we from all4shooters.com and all4hunters.com will have a booth at the Italian fair. Here is …
Jade Cruickshank from Aberdeenshire, loves nothing more than going out deer stalking and game shooting to put food on the table for her young family. She is a keen clay shot, but her passion lies with rifle shooting and progressing with her deer stalking. In 2018 she will be taking part in more stalking, and completing her Deer stalking certificate 1 (DSC1).
There’s no more exciting or challenging way to hunt muntjac than to stalk them by sound. Listening out for a barking muntjac and then creeping up to it in dense cover without it first spotting you requires fieldcraft of the first order, plus a big slice of good fortune. Chances to hunt muntjac in this way come only rarely, but if you get the opportunity, then grab it with both hands.
Lise Ailin Lorentzen, is 31 years old. She was born, and grew-up, in Fauske, northern Norway. She has a Bachelor’s degree in social studies, and is a key account manager for Browning Norway, having joined them in August this year. Brought up in a hunting family, she is at one with the outdoors, and enjoys spending her time shooting, hunting and fishing.
You’ve got to really understand muntjac in order to hunt them. People expect them to behave like other smaller deer species such as roe, but they don’t. Successful muntjac stalking is all about understanding your quarry and then adopting the right hunting technique, which could be stalking quietly on foot, sitting in a high seat or even using a call.
If you get to hunt in the woodlands of southern England, then you’ll likely be in prime muntjac country. I just love these animals: they may be Europe’s smallest deer species, but muntjac are a fascinating and challenging quarry to hunt. Here is a brief outline about these little deer, how they got established in England, and what you need in order to hunt them.
Sophie Littlewood grew up on a stud farm, and graduated from University with a degree in Animal Science, never imaging she would become a deer hunter. In 2016, she was introduced to deer management, and this was the start of a life obsessed with deer: she stalks regularly, writes about deer on her ‘deertalk’ blog, paints deer, enjoys cooking venison and is planning on starting a collection of deer …
Sarah Mottram grew up in Reading, a town in the home counties of England but moved to Scotland in 2008 to be with her gamekeeper husband. She works alongside him as his underkeeper on the 6,500 acre Hopetoun Estate, near Edinburgh, helping on shoot days, picking-up birds with one of their 14 gundogs. She’s passionate about the outdoors, game cooking, gundogs and country sports photography.
Louise Farmer is a central England Regional Officer for the British Association of Shooting and Conservation Ltd (GB). Rifles, shotguns and the countryside have been a constant in Louise’s life. Her father was a gamekeeper and lecturer, and growing-up she worked alongside him on a Northamptonshire shoot. At the end of the shooting season, her hard work was rewarded by shooting on beaters’ day.
“The Driven Hunt Experience” is a scaled down version of the “The VR Experience”, a simulator released earlier this year by Aimpoint. The webgame, already available on Aimpoint’s web sites, is now followed up by the introduction of an app with the same name that will be released on November 10th.
Beth Johnston, from Arbroath, Scotland, was introduced to shooting when she was 19. Her first rifle shot was with a Sako 757, followed by a Bergara .308, firing at targets on a shooting range with her partner, Byron Pace. She enjoyed the challenge of shooting, and, despite being a total novice with no previous experience, discovered she was a good shot. This was the start of her passion for all …
31-year-old Emma Perrott grew up hunting alongside her father in the south-east corner of the Brecon Beacons, South Wales. It was a normal part of family life to go shooting, stalking and lamping foxes. Father and daughter have hunted all over the UK, and Emma is now based in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, with her fiancé, a professional stalking guide. Emma is a member of the UK Zeiss Pro …
Game shooters and hunters travel to Scotland to experience shooting sports on ancient estates, lead by tweed-clad gamekeepers to enjoy the sport of pheasant, grouse, partridge, hare, pigeon, ptarmigan and wildfowl. Hunters are guided into deer by experienced deerstalkers with generations of fieldcraft and wildlife knowledge.
An ancient sport for putting food on the table, and an effective form of vermin control: rabbits are one of the biggest pests and cause large amounts of crop and land damage. Ferrets are sent into burrows to chase the rabbits out into the open where they are netted or shot.
The Titanium series by the Polish manufacturer Delta Optical now includes 13 models. Among them, the new Titanium 4-24x50 HD with 4A-S reticle for hunting and 4A-SB reticle for long-range shooters, a real all-rounder suited to almost every hunting application. We’ve taken a look at this riflescope, which is available from 990 euro. In addition to interesting information, here on all4hunters.com we …
The long-established ammunition brand Norma from the far north started the year 2019 with an extensive update of its advertising presence featuring a new logo design. To this end, the Swedes presented a further development of their product catalog. The most exciting product among them is probably the new Bondstrike Extreme bullet, which offers world-class outstanding performance values, especially …
The latest addition to the Z8i riflescope family is designed to ensure excellent performance over long distances and versatility. Weighing just 23.5 oz / 665 g, it's also suited for mountain hunting and enables maximum detail recognition at all levels of magnification.
Terzilio Belladonna was a gunsmith from Perugia, Italy, to whom we can trace back a side-by-side shotgun with a strong personality and the long recoil semi-auto shotgun that we are dealing with in these lines. We found one in the Fratelli Poli's shop windows, in Gardone Val Trompia.
No frills, accurate finishes only where they are really needed, no elegant but expensive solutions that can be replaced with others without reducing effectiveness. This Mauser M18 has everything you really need for hunting.
In the next season we will test the over-under shotgun designed for walked-up hunts by Caesar Guerini. In the meantime, let's take a detailed look at it. An elegant and refined gun, the Magnus Light is available in 12, 20 and 28 gauge, as well as in .410 bore. It also features the Maxisbore technology that together with the new “DueCon” forcing cone makes it possible to increase pellet velocity, …