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  • Rifle Nights .... Part 1

    Rifle Nights ....... Part 1

     

    Vermin control is an important part of countryside land management. The humble Fox is a deadly and cunning predator, for many breeds of wild game. Indeed, to successfully rear game birds it is crucial to control fox numbers. On our own farm I like to think, we have helped increase the numbers of wild game birds by controlling the number of foxes and the most efficient way is night time rifle shooting.

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  • Glorious Grouse

    Glorious Grouse

    Working in the gunroom for many years I have heard lots of customers stories of great days shooting and each individuals favourite quarry. The customers who have shot driven grouse seem to rate it the highest over all other forms of game shooting, which until recently I had never experienced myself. In September I was kindly asked on a days driven Grouse shooting as a guest of Hull Cartridge Company: this was one day I was definitely going to remember.

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  • New Bywell Website Launched!

    After many hours hard work in development and testing we are proud to announce the launch of the new website for Bywell Shooting Ground

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  • Glorious Game Guns Fit For The Field

    Guns built specially to deal with game and rough shooting come in many forms. Here we look at the various features of how they are built for a life in the countryside!

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  • Rifle Scope Buying Guide

    Choosing the Right Rifle Scope

    It is important to choose the right scope for the rifle. The first step is to limit the choices to the rifle to be used. Scopes designed for a handgun or shotgun will not provide optimum accuracy on a rifle.

    The vast range of styles, features and magnification all have specific uses in certain situations, so it is vital to know the uses to which the rifle and scope will be put before selecting the scope.

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  • Binoculars Buying Guide

    Binoculars Buying Guide

    It is important to choose the right scope for the rifle. The first step is to limit the choices to the rifle to be used. Scopes designed for a handgun or shotgun will not provide optimum accuracy on a rifle.

    The vast range of styles, features and magnification all have specific uses in certain situations, so it is vital to know the uses to which the rifle and scope will be put before selecting the scope.

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