Consider the fall hunt for moose. Why autumn? Winter driven hunt for prey, more profitable to hold after the establishment of stable snow cover. It is easier to find animals, get around them and expose them to shooters. In the fall and early spring, the same operations have to be done “blindly”. However, late autumn and early winter do not always spoil hunters with snow (say, the last two seasons), and by the middle of the corral hunt, most bull moose have already shed their horns. It can be very frustrating to put a huge bull at the end of December and find only rosettes on its head instead of horns. The exit suggests itself: summer and autumn hunting “on the roar” or autumn hunting with a dog. We will focus on them in more detail. Continue reading
Grouse is one of the most common birds, and hunting for it is always popular. Maybe it attracts hunters because it is found throughout the forest zone, or maybe because it is very pleasant to hunt, and the grouse itself always attracts our sympathy with its mottled brown-gray color, vivacity of behavior, unusual noisy take-off and remarkable ability to hide in the branches of trees.
Spring grouse hunting is prohibited. This bird forms a pair, each of them has its own plot of courtship, vigilantly guarded by the male. Grouse do not form group currents, like capercaillie or black grouse, but the male nevertheless quickly responds to the challenge of the opponent and hurries to it, showing all his cock prowess. Continue reading
The IZH-27 is a Soviet double-barreled hunting rifle designed for commercial and Amateur hunting. The IZH-27 was developed under the direction of A. A. Klimov and has been mass-produced since 1973.
Starting with the development of two models – a single-barreled rifle of the Kazan system (ZK) and a double-barreled IZH-49, the specialists of” Izhmeh ” created a full range of samples of hunting weapons. Products at that time were marked with the designation “IZH” in combination with numbers that indicated the year of production, for example, IZH-49, IZH-54, IZH-56, etc.subsequently, in the 60s, the numbers in the marking of guns began to mean the project number, for example, IZH-18, IZH-25, IZH-27. Continue reading