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Having a break from HFT

Andy McLachlan discovers that a rest is as good as a change, as he returns to competition shooting after an extended break

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Springer training to improve your PCP shooting

Andy McLachlan offers some advice to shooters wanting to raise their game with a PCP: shoot a springer instead… at least for a while

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Specifying An HFT Scope

Andy McLachlan discovers a way to create the scope of his dreams

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Why bigger isn’t better when it comes to scopes

Andy McLachlan explains why sometimes smaller really is better when it comes to focusing

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Top Tips from HFT experts!

Simon Everett spends a day with some world champions and picks up some tips along the way to help deal with those tricky targets

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SPONSORED: H&N’s Baracuda FT pellets are out now

After extensive testing with shooters around the world, the Baracuda FT Field Target pellets are now available.

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Target shooting fundamentals: How to deal with bad results

Don’t get down if your scores drop, says Andy McLachlan. Instead, examine your technique and equipment

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Posted in Features, How to, Target Shooting

Why you should always ask an expert

Andy McLachlan reckons it’s time to swallow your pride and seek help from those in the know

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Shoot for success with the new issue of Airgun Shooter

The new issue of Airgun Shooter magazine is out now, and it’s packed full of advice and tips to up your shooting game. Plus, you could win a Ridgeline Turbulence smock worth £110!

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Q&A: Putting your gun down out in the field

Mike Morton explains what to do with your gun when your arms need a rest out in the field, to keep it free of dirt

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