This Month’s Articles & Reviews

09 July 2012

Shooting Sticks Bipods Tripods and Quads

During the summer months when the under storey is up to your waist and crops in the adjacent fields are at full height, the possibility of taking prone and kneeling shots is negligible, and other alternative shooting positions must be adopted.

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05 July 2012

Shot Placement on Deer

What is the best shot placement on deer? Professional UK Deer Stalker Peter Jones takes a closer look at the perfect shot placement for those that hunt and stalk deer. 

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03 July 2012

Bushnell range finder binoculars Review

A while back I bought a pair of Bushnell range finder binoculars. The idea was that instead of having to carry a pair of binoculars and a range finder I could get the benefits of both in one package.

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02 July 2012

Don’t fall foul of the law

As stalkers and hunters the use of knives becomes second nature to us and as a result we often find that we become blase’ about carrying them, this can lead to misunderstandings and even your arrest so be careful.

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01 July 2012

Muntjac Stalking

I am not sure that Muntjac stalking is the right term here, Muntjac ambushing might be more appropriate.

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18 June 2012

Predominance of Fallow Deer

The ground in question is populated predominantly by Fallow with some Muntjac and Roe. However because of the predominance of Fallow Deer I tend to leave it alone over the summer months whilst we hunt Roe Buck elsewhere.

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18 June 2012

Roe Calling

With the Roe Rut fast approaching many people will be dusting off their Roe calls and frantically viewing clips on ‘You Tube’ to get the best possible technique.

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15 June 2012

Should you do your Deer Stalkers Certificate

We consider the PDS1 and DSC1 Deer Stalking Certificate - Both the Proficient Deer Stalkers Certificate Level 1 (PDS1) and the The Deer Stalkers Certificate level 1 (DSC1) have been a huge success, and for many Police forces in the UK, have been the unofficial requirement for individuals who desire a firearm certificate (FAC) with an entitlement to shoot deer.

In the UK these courses have been key in providing a professional feel to deer stalking and have been responsible for better informing and educating potential candidates about deer management. 

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15 June 2012

FAC - Firearm Certificate

It seems that the criteria that various Police Forces use in deciding whether or not to issue an individual with an FAC is lacking consistency.

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