Mick Badshot is what Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey would have been if he hadn't had the money. Plus a dash of Joe Grundy and Tony Hancock. The Shooting Times' great contribution to British culture. "Mick Badshot is dangerous to know. Unless you are a rabbit, pheasant, pigeon or deer he's trying to shoot. ...He meddles in rough shooting, game shooting, wildfowling, stalking, falconry, ferreting, eel fishing, beagling and cider making. He takes the countryside gospel into schools, starts a mobile pet euthanasia service, has a market stall selling products made from road-kill and takes his dog for psychoanalysis." This is a highly amusing collection of articles penned by our hero, sifted from the august journalism that is the Shooting Times. (And to be honest, a useful guide for the bluffer, from so many angles...).