This week on The Shooting Show, we’ve got a decoying day at both crow and pigeon lined up in the Scottish Borders. David Virtue sets his clients the task of corvid control on some spring barley fields. Meanwhile Byron Pace is behind the camera and Edan Annand is back again with his semi-auto – but things don’t all go to plan. Adaptability is crucial to secure a big bag, and David Virtue must rely on all his tricks to aid the team. In the second half of the show, Richard Atkins returns to review a Beretta semi-auto, the versatile A300 Xtrema.
Friday, June 30, 2017
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
It’s a red letter day on the crows for Andy. He’s been watching the numbers build and now it’s time to take advantage. Andy explains where the hide needs to be and how to keep the pattern looking natural. And he uses his famous ‘Crow-mo’.