The leading UK weekly mag devoted to all things shooting and country life, Shooting Times & Country magazine has been at the forefront of the scene since 1882.
Each issue features all the latest news concerning the sport of shooting game both from the UK as a whole and at regional level. You will find useful, practical advice regarding shooting, looks at new hunting guns, ammunition and gear to hit the market, a section devoted to gundogs, recipes for putting your quarry to good use, looks at classic guns, fishing and features examining different aspect of shooting and the country lifestyle.
Buy a single copy of SHOOTING TIMES & COUNTRY or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
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We can’t help but think that comparatively little has changed in the editorial stance and content covered by Shooting Times & Country magazine since its beginnings way back in 1882. Those who were devoted followers of the magazine back then would probably still be fascinated by it now if they were to come back from the dead and fancy a bit of shooting. Sure, they might be a little confused by the use of cars to travel to and from shooting trips, but the essence of the sport has changed very little since their time.
It is still a noble sport, despite what those who oppose it say. There is comparatively little suffering involved, particularly with a good marksman, and the animals live a good life. The similarities to the hunting of 1882 are astonishing – the gentlemen still spend their time stalking across heathland and moors, patiently hunting their prey, or in organised gamebird shoots, using gundogs to retrieve any hits. Then the quarry is put to good use in delicious recipes. It is a simple but winning formula, and we can see why it has endured so well. NB