Rich Saunders’ pest control on his permission

Rich Saunders tackles a new pest problem on one of his smallest permissions. My very first permission, gained many years ago, is a field in the next village. It’s only a few acres, but wandering about the hedgerows with my

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SPONSORED: ZEISS Conquest V4

Described by Mat Manning of The Airgun Show and Airgun Shooter magazine as being “as close as you can get to the perfect airgun scope” the ZEISS Conquest V4 range of telescopic sights is something really special. These high-performance optics

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ZEISS Conquest V4 – first impressions with Mike Morton

Mike Morton examines the ZEISS Conquest V4 – a range of hunting scopes that will prove useful not just to centrefire shooters, but airgun shooters too. We’re here to talk about a new range of airgun-friendly telescopic sights from ZEISS,

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Refinishing a rifle in good condition – is it a good idea?

Refinishing a worn and dented old stock can be very rewarding, but what if the stock’s already in perfect condition? Mike Morton finds out the hard way. “You must be mad!” was the response I got from one of my

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Webley Mosquito Express .22 review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton test the Webley Mosquito Express in .22 calibre, finding a pellet that’s a little lighter and a little faster than the norm. Webley Mosquito Express pellets were a big hit when they first came out, but then to

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Why airgun hunters should target grey squirrels

Pete Brookes explains how grey squirrels came to be living in the UK – and why airgun hunters should target grey squirrels. Maybe we have a lot to thank the grey squirrel for. It gives us an incentive to get

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Top airgun slug picks w/ Mat Manning

As slug ammo continues to take the airgunning world by storm, Mat Manning takes a look at some of the better-known brands that are leading the charge. This article originally appeared in our sister publication, Gun Trade News. About a

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Hawke Sidewinder 30 SF 4.5-14×44 review

Mike Morton takes a look at the Hawke Sidewinder 30 SF 4.5-14×44, and reckons this optic is worth way more than a sideways glance. Hawke Sidewinder 30 4.5-14 Rifle Scope Hawke’s Sidewinder scopes are often touted as being suitable for

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Andy McLachlan asks why we shoot

Do you yearn for more power? Do you take your shooting a bit too seriously? Andy McLachlan urges us all to remember exactly why we shoot. The look on John Oldroyd’s face reveals he is actually enjoying himself and a

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BB-firing Glock 17 vs 9mm original, which is better?

Nick Stanning pits the blowback BB-firing Glock 17 Gen 5 from Umarex against the 9mm powder-burner. Most people who enjoy shooting air rifles also enjoy shooting air pistols. Even the most serious 10m shooter competing at national, or even international,

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