Ungulate hunting

The ungulate hunting is practiced both as a selection hunting and as hunting in woods with packs of dogs.

The ungulate hunting is carried out individually as a selection hunt, both in ambush and stalking, for wild animals such as deer, roe deer, fallow deer, and wild boar, whereas it is mainly practiced in groups for wild boars only. Calling, baiting, and shooting are the most common collective boar hunting techniques, which involve bringing the game in position, with the help of handlers or hunting dogs.

The Benelli rifles for ungulate hunting are bolt action rifles, semi-automatic rifles, semi-automatic rifles with slug barrel.