Sporting Rifle December 2019 Issue 175

Sporting Rifle December 2019 Issue 175
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Sporting Rifle December 2019 Issue 175
US$9.75
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Sporting Rifle December 2019 Issue 175
£4.75
Includes Shipping
Sporting Rifle December 2019 Issue 175
$9.75
Includes Shipping
Published 13th November

Get ready for the coming season with the latest issue of Sporting Rifle – it’s a winter hunting special, full of tales of hunts in frigid climes, remote and wintry parts of the world, or just plain old terrible British weather.
 
We head off with Thomas Nissen to two sub-zero hunting grounds across the Atlantic – first to Greenland for a musk ox hunt at -24 degrees, then accompanying a visiting hunter on one of the last ever Quebec-Labrador caribou hunts. Back on our shores, we ascend the hills of Glen Prosen for a hind hunt done in the traditional way, while David Barrington Barnes reviews his December diaries and Mark Ripley pursues a fox after a snowfall.

On top of that, we’re looking forward to the festive season with Sporting Rifle’s ultimate gift guide, containing no fewer than 30 oh-so-tempting bits of kit we think should be on your Christmas list this year. From scopes to sticks, knives to night vision, we’ve got it all covered. 

Plus, Paul Childerley treks to Germany for a driven boar hunt hosted by Zeiss, Mike Powell looks forward to the fast-approaching fox mating season, Chris Dalton is holed up on a shooting estate in Perthshire, and Byron Pace considers the implications of the trophy import ban MPs have proposed. Along with all the usual news, giveaways and essential info, that makes it a truly packed issue.