The latest issue of Sporting Shooter takes you hunting buffalo, scrub bulls, fallow and goats … and it’s on sale at newsagents and online right now!
We’ve also got three excellent reviews for you:
- Franchi’s superbly accurate and value-priced Horizon Varmint rifle, which is seriously impressive
- Kahles Helia TI 35 thermal spotter, which is built for speed and brilliant for it
- Ridgeline’s Ascent rapid-lace boots, which have a heap of hunt-helping design features.
Nick Harvey looks at the resurgence of the .270 (actually, strictly speaking it’s .277) calibre, which was once limited to the eternal .270 Win and is now covered by seven different cartridges. Why has it become such a hit? More importantly, how good are the cartridges?
Nick also explains the concept of point blank range, the only way to sight in your rifle to get the best from its ballistics and achieve point-and-shoot accuracy to the maximum possible range. No hunter should ignore this!
There’s lots more besides, including your chance to win a Weatherby Vanguard rifle in our Hunter’s Gallery competition.
Read about mouth-watering smoked venison, the best shooting lobby group, mentoring new hunters and more.
Don’t forget we’ve got an awesome Father’s Day deal offering 25% off a 13-issue subscription to both both the paper magazine and the digital copy.