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In the second of our five-part series in association with Raisthorpe Manor Fine Foods, we give you a step-by-step guide to making an autumnal sloe gin twist on Dick Bradsell's Bramble cocktail.
There are some things that must be addressed before you even consider donning your breeks and garters for a day in the field. Safety is, of course, the number one priority when we're out shooting – something that is driven home from day one. Respect for the quarry, ethics, sportsmanship and having a jolly good time are sky-high on the agenda, too. But there's something else – of great importance – that every Gun should have under their belt. And that is shooting insurance.
Whenever, wherever or however you intend to use a shotgun, the MonkeyLoader is a useful piece of kit for loading cartridges with speed.
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