Good afternoon - just joined today to learn more about what's going on the stalking world. I have been stalking for some years now, with experience of red and roe stalking in East Anglia and Scotland. I work in woodland and land management so stalking is more for woodland conservation and crop protection but it has to be done humanely and sportingly. I currently have a .308 which is very effective but considering a .222 or .223 for muntjac control where more discretion needed!
Happy stalking to you all