A non chemical way of repelling ticks – The Tickless

This year ticks have been really bad all over the UK. In areas where there are very few ticks this spring and summer we have seen them appear out of nowhere, could it be from our recent very mild winters? Ticks are a serious concern to hunters because of the risk of the terrible Lyme [...]

The Glorious 12th – The Start of The Shooting Season

The 12th of August marks the start of the red grouse season in the UK. This iconic bird is heralded as one of the toughest and most challenging of all the game birds to shoot and is a truly wild quarry. Many thousands of people will head to the moors on the 12th to take [...]

Promoting game shooting to the British public

I have just spent four very long and busy days at the BBC CountryFile Live show at Blenheim palace in Oxfordshire. The stand was a joint venture with the National Gamekeepers Organisation (NGO), The Game and Wildlife Conservation Tust, Brights Seeds, The Game Dealers Association and the British Deer Society but paid for entirely by the NGO. The idea was [...]

Trigger sticks for deer stalking – do you need to spend big?

In the UK you will very rarely see a deer hunter without a set of sticks of one kind or another. Just like bipod's and sound moderators we use them as a matter of course to help us achieve a clean kill at various ranges in varying shooting positions. Stalking sticks can be a simple [...]

Britain is a glorious place for deer hunting – Find out why

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is not a big place but it punches well above its weight when it comes to deer hunting. Unlike almost any other country in the world the British government doesn't get involved in issuing tags or cull targets for hunters in the UK. In the main [...]