The Airgun Show – Hunting rabbits with ambush tactics, PLUS the AirForceOne Sirocco on test…

The rabbits on one of Mat Manning’s shoots have spiralled in numbers after a successful breeding season, and their burrowing is posing a danger to livestock. Mat sets up an evening ambush, shooting from the prone position for added stability

Airgun Shooter 122 is on sale NOW

The latest edition of Airgun Shooter is officially available to purchase! PLEASE NOTE: This edition of Airgun Shooter was produced BEFORE the revocation of the general licences. With peak breeding season threatening a population explosion of feathered pests on the

Club of the month – Lincoln Target Shooting Club

Club secretary Mike Waldron has been involved with LTSC for more than 30 years. He’s seen it produce both county and national-level top shots Lincoln Target Shooting Club can trace part of its roots to 1908, when a smallbore club


Baracuda bites back

Mike Morton tests the H&N Baracuda FT to see whether this Field Target pellet deserves a podium place in a variety of shooting disciplines H&N spent a long time developing the Baracuda FT, with pre-production samples being tested extensively by

Mike Morton tests the Umarex Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

Mike Morton has a blast shooting BBs from the tiny Umarex Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW – a full-size replica of a small-size submachine gun Most shooters will be aware of the standard MP5 submachine gun, or to give it the

Gun test: Norica Storm X

Mat Manning is kicking up a storm as he gets to grips with the Norica Storm X – a budget-busting break-barrel that boasts a host of handy extras. Basic break-barrel springers are a brilliant way to get into airgun shooting


Winter wonderland

Daz Taylor checks the zero of his combo before taking on some cold-weather coursework It may be spring now, but Andy McLachlan urges outdoor shooters to plan well ahead and practise when the mercury starts to plummet once again I

Andy McLachlan on the benefits of indoor shooting

Outdoorsman Andy McLachlan heads indoors to find a type of shooting that’s very different to what he’s been used to, but is just as rewarding Many regular readers will be aware that I have been spending a lot of time

Solving the enigma

Today it’s bullpups, but Jonathan Young reminds us that once upon a time the take-down rifle was in vogue – and one great example is the Brocock Enigma The Enigma was a very unusual gun, a superbly designed multi-shot with

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