Deer Stalking is the term used in the UK to refer to Deer Hunting or the stealthy pursuit of deer. Though historically undertaken with the use of dogs modern deer stalking in the UK is typically undertaken with the use of a high powered rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.
What is so great about the 6.5 Creedmoor? We look at the rise of the 6.5 Creedmoor and its suitability as a viable hunting calibre.
If you need advice how to get a Firearm Certificate in the UK then the following is designed as a guide to making a Firearms application for the purpose of hunting and stalking deer.
County Deer Stalking ask’s professional deer stalkers Jason Doyle from the ‘Field Sports Ireland’ and Colin Fraser head stalker at the ‘Dalness Estate’ in the West Highlands, for their opinion on the most suitable calibre for deer stalking in the highlands of Scotland.
With a change in weather comes a change in focus to the pleasant pursuit of stalking Roebuck. Professional stalker Peter Jones lists the items that he carries with him when setting out in pursuit of this elegant little deer.
Could the .243 Winchester be the Magic Bullet for UK Deer Stalking?
Why spend all your time punching holes in paper targets? We look at the new ‘PDS Woodland Stalker Course’ - undoubtedly the finest facility in the UK designed especially for deer stalkers.
Why do the Europeans love their 9.3 x 74mmR and is it a calibre that should be utilised more in the UK?
Professional Deer Stalker Peter Jones makes plain his feelings about head shooting.
James Mott takes a look at how to fine-tune your rifle and scope setup and carry out basic maintenance procedures to get the best from your chosen kit.