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Andy McLachlan’s advice: join a club!

Andy McLachlan heads under cover to talk about the many benefits shooters enjoy when they belong to an indoor target club. Those of us who spend a lot of time outside with our airguns, either hunting or competition shooting, sometimes

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Gun collecting with Jonathan Young

So you want to be a collector? You’re suddenly overcome by an urge to buy more airguns. There’s nothing wrong with that, argues Jonathan Young as he leads you down the rabbit hole of gun collecting. Waking up on any given

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The Airgun Show – Scope-cam crow roost hunt, PLUS the Air Arms S510 Ultimate Sporter R on test

http://www.theshootingshow.tv/airgun-show/the-airgun-show-scope-cam-crow-roost-hunt-plus-the-air-arms-s510-ultimate-sporter-r-on-test/ We’re out on an awesome dusk shoot this week as Mat heads out to target crows around their woodland roosting site. The wary birds grow in confidence as darkness closes in and Mat gets some fantastic twilight shooting and

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Bang or Bling?

Mike Morton runs through the pros and cons of the parts he’s changed and modifications he’s made to some of the airguns in his own collection. Many shooters are more than happy to buy an airgun, shoot it and enjoy

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Guns and gear on show

The 2019 British Shooting Show was just over a month ago but big plans are already being put in place for next year’s event. However, just in case you missed any of the items on show at the UK’s premier

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Ask the experts

Our experts have your questions in their sights! Struggling with a scope? Having hassles with your hunting? Well, don’t despair because you’ve arrived at the right place to discover remedies for your airgun anxieties! Whether you’re looking for a quick fix

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Going Prone with Mike Morton

Mike Morton offers some down to earth advice about shooting from the most stable platform of all: the prone position. Unless we’re in the field and the quarry presents itself a certain way, or we’re in a competition and the

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Smooth Operator with Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan recalls his youth when all he craved was power. He’s a little older and wiser now, and his springer shooting is all the better for it. Hopefully, most readers will have access to or own a decent quality

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To protect and serve, with Mike Morton

Wooden stocks need protecting if they’re to carry on serving. Mike Morton shows you how to look after yours the easy way. Rifles with wooden stocks can look absolutely stunning. While there’s no doubt that synthetic stocks are more durable

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Have spring guns reached the pinnacle of their design?

Simon Everett muses on the development of spring-powered airguns and wonders whether the best is yet to come. Many’s the time that I’ve heard conversations on the subject of spring airgun development, and how little progress has been made over

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