hunting

The British Deer Society Welcomes Science on Shooting Accuracy & Wounding Issue

An important study on deer welfare on shooting has been published. Based on anonymous field records from UK deer stalkers To maintain high standards of animal welfare when shooting deer, the report’s authors recommend shooting from a supported position when the deer is stationary and un-obscured,shooting only without haste and preferably when the target is within 100m. The authors promote the use of a rifle rest and aiming at the heart/lung area rather than the head or neck. They also emphasized the importance of ongoing shooting practice and achieving recognised stalking qualifications, which were found key to accurate shooting. Read Read More

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Date: October 24, 2014

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Hunting Doves and Pigeons over Decoys With An Air Arms S510

Team Wild Expert Matt Dubber heads out on the hunt for doves and pigeons over decoys with the awesome Air Arms S510 FAC. It’s Read More

Date: August 22, 2014

8 Tips To Grouse Success

The Glorious 12th rings in the grouse season here in the UK. Some of the most skillful of game shots come unstuck on these Read More

Date: August 12, 2014

Air Arms S510 Extra Review – FAC

Air Arms fan and prolific South African airgun hunter Matt Dubber takes time out of his busy shooting and filming schedule to give us Read More

Date: August 8, 2014

5 1/2 Fun Fox Facts!

To celebrate the fact that it’s the end of the week, here are some unusual fox facts that you might not know! The biggest Read More

Date: May 9, 2014

Iconic Sandringham Estate – Good Enough for the Queen

Most well recognised as the chosen country retreat of her Majesty The Queen, Sandringham has also been the private home of four generations of Read More

Date: May 4, 2014

Fallow Stalking In Staffordshire

Team Wild’s very own master butcher Steve ‘Wildy’ Wild is out after Fallow deer this week. Follow Steve in his search for the right Read More

Date: February 19, 2014

Hunting maneating crocodiles in Mozambique

Team Wild’s Ian Harford joins his good friend and hunting companion Gavin Ingram on the trail of monster maneating crocodiles in Mozambique. Life on Read More

Date: February 17, 2014

Outsmarting the Woodpigeon

Not and easy task!, As well as gear, you need fieldcraft to outsmart the average pigeon. Team Wild’s Keith Anderson takes you through the Read More

Date: October 24, 2013

How To – Fit Your Scope

Team Wild’s Keith Anderson shows us how to fit your rifle scope correctly using the Toolio Scope mounting Kit. The kit provides everything you Read More

Date: October 15, 2013

Air Power – The Best Bits

It’s time to play catch up with the best of Team Wild TV’s Air Power. While it’s always hard to pick, we’ve narrowed down Read More

Date: October 14, 2013

Apex Predator – The Best Bits

Apex Predator has provided some of the most outstanding hunting trips from across the globe! Despite how hard it was to choose, Team Wild Read More

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Carnivore – The Prime Cuts

After a busy year of producing the best hunting videos on the web we thought it only right to take a retrospective look at Read More

Date: October 11, 2013

Redneck Roadtrip – The Best Bits

Team Wild’s Redneck Roadtrip followed Ian Harford for five weeks across eight of the Southern States. A truckload of critters, creatures and adventures later Read More

Date: October 10, 2013

Realtree Global Hunting – The Best Bits

After a busy year of the best hunting videos on the web we thought it only right to take a retrospective look at 2013 Read More

Date: October 8, 2013

Great Wall Steed – Hunting in Hungary

The ruggedness and reliability of the affordable Steed pick-up was recently put to test by the stars of the Great Wall sponsored hunting channel, Read More

Date: September 22, 2013