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Airguns on an international stage

Shooting shows don’t come much bigger than IWA Outdoor Classics. Here are just a few of the guns and accessories that raised eyebrows at this year’s four-day showcase in Nuremberg Huntsman Genus Daystate had some exciting new guns on show,

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Mike Morton on the Hawke Airmax 30 SF Compact

Mike Morton takes a look through the Hawke Airmax 30 SF Compact – a small scope with big features and personality With advances in technology, the world is getting smaller – and that goes for airguns too. More bullpups and

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Restorations with Jonathan Young

Jonathan Young takes on a tricky restoration project to bring an airgun back from the edge – the edge of reason! Getting out and about looking for a new permission is all part of airgunning. Back garden shooting is great,

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Put a spring(er) in your step!

Richard Saunders takes a look at four top break-barrel and underlever spring rifles, and gives them the piston seal of approval Although pneumatics have been around for much longer than many people realise, airgun shooting as we know it today

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Andy McLachlan on tackling the wind

Andy McLachlan tackles the airgun shooter’s nemesis , the wind – and offers a few pointers to help ensure those pellets fly true Daz Taylor checks to see how the wind is affecting the area surrounding the target, prior to

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Simon Everett on the Webley Mark 3

Simon Everett takes a close look at a true icon of airgunning: the Webley Mark 3 The loading port was reamed in situ, so that it aligned perfectly with the barrel The Webley Mark 3 had a very long production

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Lessons learned with Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan looks ahead to his next few months of shooting – by reflecting on his performance and equipment over the past year Enjoying a round of HFT with friends and family is an experience not to be missed for

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Andy McLachlan’s advice: join a club!

Andy McLachlan heads under cover to talk about the many benefits shooters enjoy when they belong to an indoor target club. Those of us who spend a lot of time outside with our airguns, either hunting or competition shooting, sometimes

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Gun collecting with Jonathan Young

So you want to be a collector? You’re suddenly overcome by an urge to buy more airguns. There’s nothing wrong with that, argues Jonathan Young as he leads you down the rabbit hole of gun collecting. Waking up on any given

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Twilight crow shoot with Kev Hawker

Roost shooting can be a very effective way to cull crafty corvids – Kev Hawker puts in a late shift in an effort to reduce the numbers of these nest-robbing birds. Roost shooting is a great way to bring crows

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