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Running Time: 90 mins
With the change of farming methiods over the last fifty years resultiong in the decline of the Grey Partridge, shooting driven Partridge methods have changed. We look at 3 differing areas of the country and see how the landscape has lead to the current Partridge shoot. We look at the evolution of the sporting shotgun and double gun shooting.
Firstly we visit a shoot in the south of England using the Chiltern Hills to provide high driven shooting. Travelling to a very traditional shoot utilising the rolling farmland and traditional farm crops and finally a very new method of Partridge shooting by utilising the margins of Traditionally Grouse moors to provide a stunning backdrop to a days shooting.