The Shooting Show – foxing in broad daylight and trigger tuning tips

When’s the best time to go foxing? At night with a host of lamping and NV equipment? Not according to Gary Green – he’s out in the middle of the afternoon in high summer, under a blazing sun. With his rifle, Swarovski Z6i and Fox Pro caller to hand, he’s hoping to catch a fox that’s menacing the local farmer’s chickens and that has developed a routine of daylight raids. The scene is set – now we just have to hope the fox shows up before the sweltering heat is too much for Gary and he heads off for a long drink.

Meanwhile, Byron’s on the bench tackling one of the most persistent problems with rifles: trigger creep. Taking the screwdriver to his trusty CZ 452, he shows you how to get the trigger operating perfectly every time.

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