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Airgun Shooter 160 is out NOW

The latest issue of Airgun Shooter is now available! Controlling grey squirrels is a job that needs to be done right through the year if you are going to make a dent in their numbers. The methods we use can

Airgun Shooter 159 is out NOW

The latest issue of Airgun Shooter Magazine is on sale now To get your copy or subscribe, just follow this link: https://www.magazinesdirect.com/AGM-brandsite Feral pigeons are a constant problem for many farmers. These birds love to nest up in the rafters

Airgun Shooter 157 is OUT NOW

The latest issue of Airgun Shooter Magazine is now available To subscribe to Airgun Shooter Magazine, just follow this link: https://bit.ly/3i8YF9J Freezing winter weather doesn’t have to bring pest control to a halt. Mat Manning reckons cold conditions can actually

Tests

Wasp .22 pellet test with Mike Morton

Wasp pellets are back, so Mike Morton cracks open a tin of the No.3 variety in .22 calibre to find out how well they can swat a target While a few airgun ammo stalwarts have been in constant production, others

QYS Domed 9.56gr pellet test with Mike Morton

QYS’s Domed pellet is joined by a heavier sibling, and Mike Morton finds out whether a little extra weight will make it great Finding the right pellet can be a little intimidating for the new shooter, with brand, type and

BSA Gold Star pellet review w/ Mike Morton

It’s great to get a rush when a pellet performs well, and Mike Morton sets out to see if BSA’s new Gold Stars will deliver it. BSA really hit the ground running with its new line-up of pellets, offering a

Features

A guide to airgun servicing

Andy McLachlan explains what’s required to get your target rifle in tip tip shooting condition – and to make sure it stays that way Andy’s removed the hammer assembly from the action block of his Walther so it can be

Looking back at classic BSA air rifles

Phil Hooper takes a look at some of the classic BSA air rifles dating from 1904 to the outbreak of the Second World War This Lincoln Jeffries-inspired BSA Improved Model ‘D’ of around 1912 is exceptionally well made and is

How to recover from dropped shots – Andy McLachlan advises

Andy McLachlan can’t stand dropped shots that can ruin a match card, so he comes up with some pointers to help claw back the points Shot 15 didn’t even land in the scoring zone, but in the wilds of what

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