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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

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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

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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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Lee Enfield (Guns) M1911 A1 handgun review w/ Mike Morton

The Brothers in Arms series of replica combat weapons from Lee Enfield (Guns) gets its first handgun in the shape of the blowback M1911 A1 The water-cooled M1917 machine gun in .30 calibre. The air-cooled M1919. The Browning M2 .50

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Managing high winds during rabbit control

Long-range expert Lee Watts shows that a tricky wind doesn’t have to mean game over – as long as you have the knowhow and the right gear for the job Modern airgun shooters are spoilt for choice when it comes

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Nighttime rat control with Mat Manning

Faced with a seemingly unstoppable influx of rats, Mat Manning heads out on a nocturnal foray with the Sightmark Wraith 4K Mini I have never known a time when rats were more abundant. The farms where I am tasked with

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Getting into airgun shooting – Mat Manning discusses support for new shooters

New recruits represent the future of our sport and our businesses. Mat Manning reminds retailers of their responsibility to set them off on the right track. © Alamy This article originally appeared on our sister publication, Gun Trade News It

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Benefits of simulation training to airgun hunters

Philip Siddell explains how to use simulation training to improve the chances of the airgun hunter’s success in the field. The improvised shooting positions you practise during training are sure to come in useful in the field The last time

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Best airgun accessories – high-end options

Andy McLachlan’s spent a small fortune on new guns, but he goes for even more retail therapy when he sees some tasty high-end accessories. Like most of us, I enjoy the occasion of buying a new gun. Following a lot

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The benefits of a tailored airgun stock

Target shooter Thomas Bristow explains how a tailored stock and hamster will let a competitor get the best performance out of their rifle. These four rifles may all be very different, but still have one thing in common – the

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