Fieldsports Britain – Angry anti, pigshooting with airguns and a record muntjac

How to practice shooting driven wild boar in Kent, plus pigeons in Essex, a record muntjac in Hampshire and an angy anti from Leeds – what a lot of programme this week in Fieldsports Britain! We’re off to Roy Lupton’s place in Kent. Roy has got a fabulous new way to practice his double rifle skills (based on an original sandwich with Tim Pilbeam!). It’s a radio-controlled offroad car with a target on its back, and it’s a laugh-a-pellet with an airgun. Next, we’re out pigeon shooting in Essex with Geoff Garrod, vice chairman of the National Gamekeepers Organisation and star of the Gamekeepers Diary DVD series. And he has brought his 13-year-old son Justin Garrod, who is full of questions. Finally, Mark Gilchrist attracted cyber-bullies from the anti-hunting lobby when he shot a white fox last year. Many of them said they wanted Mark dead. We confront one of the more violent League Against Cruel Sports supporters – and we gain the support of BeatBullying.org. It’s all in this week’s #FieldsportsBritain

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Pigeon shooting

 

▶ Remote control targets

Upping the anti

 

 

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