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Reporting on WHFTA British Open with Thomas Bristow

Thomas Bristow reports on the WHFTA British Open, focusing on three competitors of varying abilities in a sport that’s accessible to everyone Relative newcomer David Owen quickly established himself within the HFT community, and now competes with an Air Arms

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How important is weight in airgun accuracy?

Andy McLachlan believes gaining weight can be good for you – at least when it comes to creating a super-accurate target rifle Dave Taylor has added puck-type gun weights at the front of his target rail to make the gun

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Rat shooting with Rich Saunders

Rich Saunders takes advantage of a house move on the farm to crack down on freeloading rats that have been evicted from their lair  Who’d be a rat? One moment you’re enjoying life with unlimited food, plenty of warmth and

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The perfect airgun – does it exist?

Nothing’s perfect in this world, but when it comes to airguns, how close can you get and how much can you forgive? Chris Bentley investigates Beauty is in the eye of the beholder of course, but the Pro Sport has

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Getting a permission for airgun shooting

Jim Old wants to go after some quarry with his air rifle, but first he has to do a different type of hunting – hunting down a permission. When my kids were at primary school they were taught how to

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Air rifles – getting the best value

There’s far more value to airgun shooting than the financial cost of our individual setups, as Andy McLachlan explains. You don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy your sport, and here Andy’s using a 25-year old BSA Meteor springer

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Airgun springer advice w/ John Hooper

John Hooper lands himself two rather nice springers, but reckons shooters starting out are actually better off buying a bargain basement boinger. The last couple of months have brought some pretty big changes in my life. I have finally made

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Best airgun buys of 2021 – what makes our Gear of the Year list?

One reason airgun shooting is growing in popularity is because it’s a sport that remains accessible to all. With that in mind, we’ve gathered together some of our top choices of guns, optics and gear for a huge range of

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Buying your first PCP rifle – what to expect

If you’re thinking of buying your first PCP rifle, Mike Morton runs through some of the things you can expect to find in the box – and some you won’t. We’re all more than well aware that last year wasn’t

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Beginners guide to airgun hunting w/ Phil Siddell

Phil Siddell examines the benchmarks that any aspiring airgun hunters needs to meet before heading to the field for the first time. In my estimation, air rifle hunting is one of the toughest field sports around. It has a bit

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