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On target with the F1

Mat Manning takes a look at the PAO F1 First Focal Plane Rifle Scope – a telescopic sight package that promises a lot of bang for your buck. First focal plane scopes are very much in fashion at present, and

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Pietro’s pellet-pusher

Mike Morton picks up the Umarex Beretta 92 FS and finds a solid handgun that was built to last – while having a blast Firearms manufactured by Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta are used all around the world by civilian, law

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Richard Saunders’ guide to chronographs

Richard Saunders gets fast, but not furious, as he puts four chronographs through their paces. Ignorance, it is said, is no defence in law. Responsible airgunners know that without a Firearm Certificate (FAC), possessing a rifle that pushes out more

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Andy McLachlan on the Red Wolf

After howling at the moon about a new rifle purchase, Andy McLachlan joined the wolf pack and decided to fork out for a Red Wolf. Was he pleased? Let’s find out… You may remember from some of my recent articles

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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

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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

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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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The collecting bug bites

If you’ve got an itch to begin a new airgun collection or expand your existing one, what should you do next? Just scratch it, argues Jonathan Young Your wife says it’s gone too far. Your dog looks at you in

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Mike Morton tests the Winchester Model 55RS and Model 55

Winchester made a name for itself back in the 1860s with its successful repeating lever-action rifles, and went on to create the equally iconic Model 70 bolt-action sporting rifle in 1936. It’s a testament to their rock-solid design and popularity

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Mike Morton on how to best test a new air rifle

Testing times: Mike Morton explains how he checks a new air rifle to find how well it’s performing, and what ammo suits it best. A shooting buddy recently asked me to run through the way we test the guns that

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