Fieldsports Britain – Our 100th birthday blooper reel

It’s our 100th Fieldsports Britain programme! And in it we have George Digweed explaining how to shoot straight, sika stags rutting in Dorset, foxshooting with a £330 new lamp and the blooper reel from our first 100 programmes. George recently shot the world’s longest clay pigeon at 130 yards, so he is in great shape to say how you can shoot better. Roy Lupton is calling in sika stags. And Haggis Hartman from West Country Guns is trying out the lamp to protect a shooting estate on the Somerset/Devon border. It’s all in this week’s #FieldsportsBritain

Here are the links:

▶ Clayshooting tips

▶ Sika stags

▶ Bloopers from 2011

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