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    Beating

Beating

Ancient ancestry and landscape with the beaters on Le Strange Estate shoot By Nigel Housden. NORTH Norfolk has been my home for over 25 years and I am just about entering the period when qualification as a ‘local’ is being achieved, although I do have family roots in the county.

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    Deer Management

Deer Management

Park deer management isn’t as easy as it seems By Matt Dutton. IT can be one of the most controversial subjects in the world of deer management, it sparks jealously, argument and ridicule, and sadly it’s usually from others in the shooting fraternity. But the fact remains, deer need to

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    Ferreting

Ferreting

Hob or jill? Which is the perfect working ferret? By John Glover. IT’S a dilemma as old as the hills, a subject much spoken of and written about, and here we are again as ferreting takes its grip popularity-wise, for never has the practice been more popular than it is

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    Gundog Training

Gundog Training

How to deal with a gun-shy dog By David Mazey. THE shooting season is over and if you’re as lucky as I’ve been, you’ve at least had some sport since October. Avian Influenza put paid to our September partridge days, but we’ve been extremely lucky to have some lovely birds

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    Rifle Review

Rifle Review

Fierce Firearms have the Edge over American rifles By Mike Powell. OVER the years I have reviewed and fired quite a lot of American-made rifles, with some of them better than others. While they are absolutely fit for purpose, to me, they don’t have the same finesse that the bulk

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    Wildfowling

Wildfowling

Golden days on the Isle of Sheppey By Alan Jarrett. IT was a morning of frustration in pursuit of geese, which on this morning were notable by their absence! All was not bust though, for a very nice high mallard drake had smacked into the flooding creek, which gave me

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