Hunting fallow deer and roos in Australia

Charlie Jacoby is out with Mark Reams after fallow deer in Victoria, Australia, on farmland outside Melbourne, and speaks to Simon Toop from Game Victoria. Plus, what’s the score with shooting kangaroos? For more from Outdoor Sporting Agencies, visit

How to make bearskins worn by guardsmen

The British Army tried fake fur, but it was useless. Wellington Barracks-based military tailor Jonathan Macintyre explains where the bearskin caps work by guardsmen come from. For Jonathan Macintyre, visit And here are more films we have made with him: Not everyone understands the conservation benefits of hunting black bears. Groups dedicated to ending […]

How Foley designs a gun bus An example of British engineering at its best, Foley Specialist Vehicles in Essex takes the Land Rover 130 Defender and turns it into a gun bus for shoots and estates in the UK and abroad. Stuart Foley walks us around a Foley gun bus and shows its features. Contact Foleys at Copyright notice: […]

Haenel Jaeger 10 Pro hunting rifle – review The Haenel Jaeger 10 series are classic bolt-action hunting rifles from the Merkel factory in Suhl, Germany. Viking Arms import two models – this is the more modern looking version, the Pro, with an adjustable synthetic stock. “This one is designed for the professional stalker who’s out in extreme conditions,” says Viking’s Andy Norris. […]

100 days to go: Tokyo Olympics ‘certainly will happen,’ says IOC

The Tokyo Olympics will definitely go ahead on 23 July confirms John Coates, chair of the IOC Coordination Commission. He was speaking as the countdown reached 100 days to go before the opening ceremony. “I have no hesitation in saying that the Games will take place and they’ll be the safest Games possible,” Coates said. […]


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