Mark Ripley kicks off the action in our monthly foxing series with some invaluable advice on how to shoot a .22LR at long range. Mark is an experienced long range shooter and his tips should help you stretch your own set-up out a that little bit further.

After demonstrating on some targets, Mark puts the theory into practice and takes out a super long range pigeon with deadly accuracy. Later in the video, it's time to get the .243 Mauser out to deal with a fox that has been preying on some game birds. Scanning and shooting from the truck thanks to the awful weather, Mark gets lucky and continues on foot for a night of thermal foxing. 

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NV & Thermal: InfiRay TH50 V2 thermal scope, Pulsar Merger thermal binoculars -

Rest: Rekon CT-1 Tripod -

Daytime optics: Element Helix HDLR 2-16x50 -

Rifle: Mauser M12 in .243 -

Clothing: Ridgeline clothing Ballistic Fleece Hoodie, Cap, and Ascent soft shell jacket -

Mounts: Sportsmatch quick-release scope mounts -