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  1. Tweed vs Technical

    Beating

    Article written by 07 October 2016

      The first waterproof tweed shooting coat I saw was in the 1960’s and was designed by an American Air Force Officer based at USAF Lakenheath. He was a keen Shooting man and thought the English shooting coats that were Read the Rest…

  2. BASC .410 World Championship

    Cartridges

    Article written by 23 September 2016

    A couple of the team including, George Griffin who is an assistant at J M Osborne & Co and Charlie Sabin who works within William Powell, ventured west to shoot the BASC .410 World Championships which was being held at Read the Rest…

  3. Partridge Shooting Season

    Estates

    Article written by 27 October 2016

    Up until about twenty years ago those enjoying and able to afford driven game shooting in the United Kingdom followed a fairly set programme of events. In August and possibly early September they were to be found on the grouse Read the Rest…

  4. Grouse Prospects Update – August 13th 2018

    From the Field

    Article written by 13 August 2018

    Today sees the start of the Grouse shooting season and it will be a far from Glorious one on most Moors. This is the second briefing note we have issued in the last two weeks and the first time ever, Read the Rest…

  5. MOLE – THE 1000 DAY DOG

    Gundogs

    Article written by 03 August 2018

    A glimpse into the life of a Sporting Agent’s dog     Mole was my first Labrador and, although my family have always had a number of dogs, he was also my first proper gun dog. I lead a very Read the Rest…

  6. BASC .410 World Championship

    Guns

    Article written by 23 September 2016

    A couple of the team including, George Griffin who is an assistant at J M Osborne & Co and Charlie Sabin who works within William Powell, ventured west to shoot the BASC .410 World Championships which was being held at Read the Rest…

  7. A History of Shooting Clothes

    History

    Article written by 16 May 2013

    I have had trouble finding suitable clothes ever since I reached my full height of 6’2”.  It is not just that I am tall, I have disproportionately long arms and legs, so that in order that they fit correctly I Read the Rest…

  8. Grouse Shooting – For the First Timer!

    Lady Shots

    Article written by 11 September 2014

    It’s safe to say that Grouse shooting is not for the faint hearted! Arduous hilltop climbs, bulky shooting equipment and breakneck speed Grouse – a small price to pay to witness these incredible game birds race across the moorland providing Read the Rest…

  9. GROUSE PROSPECTS FOR 2016

    Reviews

    Article written by 04 August 2016

    It is always difficult before the Season, even this close, to make accurate predictions as to what Grouse prospects are going to be across Moors from the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border right up to Caithness. However, this year is probably harder to Read the Rest…

  10. 2017 Grouse Season

    Species

    Article written by 19 May 2017

    Prospects For The Coming Grouse Season It is extremely difficult in May to accurately forecast what the grouse are going to be like in August, but if the weather continues as it has been for the past two months, then Read the Rest…

  11. Hunting Lodge in Patagonia, Argentina

    Stalking

    Article written by 14 January 2016

    Patagonia, southern Argentina, a destination famed for its crystal clear waters and prolific fly fishing, but it is not widely known to many in the UK as a premier stalking destination. Prior to working at William Powell I myself was Read the Rest…