With three hippo tags and miles of expansive waterway, Byron and the Shooting Show team have a mammoth task on their hands on the trail of hippo in Namibia.
The Shooting Show’s Byron Pace is in the depths (or should we say heights) of South Africa’s Eastern Cape, with mountain reedbuck in his sights.
Byron Pace gets to grips with the lightest production rifle on the market, the Kimber Montana 84M
Byron Pace is in the Winterberg Mountains of South Africa, with both bushpig and warthog on the quarry list.
Executive producer Wes Stanton visits a British gunmaker with a difference, and learns how it’s cracking the clay market at retail prices under £13,000.
The Shooting Show’s Pete Carr spots a roebuck at 200 yards, but doesn’t know just how close he’ll be able to stalk in. 60 yards? Nope – how about 15. You’ve never seen anything like it.
Tasked by a local farmer with protecting the oilseed crops, Stuart and Edan set up the hide, grab the shotguns and lie in wait.
Pete Carr catches up with Jason Hornady to ask about the ammunition manufacturer’s high standards and to get a sneak preview of what the company has in store.
Airgun Shooter magazine’s Nigel Allen gets his hands on a surprisingly good value combo based around the Hammerli Black Force 800