Roy Lupton tries out two thermal imagers designer for fox shooters. They are pricy – the range £3,000-£5,000 but they are superb. He uses them to clean up a load of lamp-shy foxes have has had his eye on for a whole. ▶ Pulsar Accolade XP50 binos ▶ Pulsar Trail XQ50 scope (on a .22-250) […]

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Roy Lupton is out with rifle and night vision to protect the as-yet undelivered partridge poults from the local foxes. If he gets his shots in early, the partridges will do well when they arrive in a few weeks time. It is a shoot on marshland in the South-East of England – and it’s a […]

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There’s a big, fat fox taking ducks on a shoot, and other foxes congregating in the lambing fields. It all means work for Dorset foxshooter David Pomeroy and his son Sam as they do their rounds with a rifle after dark. David Pomeroy’s kit is: Blaser R8 Professional Success www.blaser-sporting.com Pulsar spotter from www.thomasjacks.co.uk Armasight […]

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Roger Last has his hands on more thermal spotting kit and scopes from Pulsar. Tonight he is using it to keep down the rabbit population in his home county of Essex. For more about Pulsar night vision, go to www.thomasjacks.co.uk For more films from Roger, go to www.fieldsportschannel.tv/category/films-with-some-of-our-best-know-faces/roger-lait/ This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports […]

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The pheasant shooting season is underway and gamekeepers are under pressure to keep fox numbers down. Paul Childerley tries out a new thermal scope from Pulsar, the XP50 Trail, with the help of Johnny Muston from R&K Stockcraft. Paul Childerley is best known on Fieldsports Channel for his deer stalking but he also runs a […]

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Roger Lait is off to an undisclosed fotball stadium to shoot foxes. Happily he has the latest Pulsar kit from Thomas Jacks. Find out how he gets on. Roger uses a Pulsar Apex XD75 on the smaller rifle and he films with a Pulsar Quantum XQ50 recording onto the Yukon MPR. for more, go to […]

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Night vision expert Darren Rogers reviews the Guide IR510 thermal imager. It shows up rats, car engines, even how much corn you have left in the feeder. For more, go to www.thomasjacks.co.uk/guide_infrared/product.asp?ref=2204 This item is in AirHeads, episode 21. To watch it on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads21 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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