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First Impressions: SIG Sauer P365

This compact polymer-frame blowback may be tiny, but it still manages to pack in a 12-round drop-down magazine Want a tiny CO2 pistol that you can cover up with one hand? Do you want blowback too? If so, the SIG

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Mike Morton on Brocock’s new Bantam

Brocock’s Bantam Sniper HR has been dressed to impress, and Mike Morton gets a handle on the new Grey Laminate variant. Accuracy, consistency and reliability are the primary factors that need to be taken into consideration when buying a new

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Mike Morton on the Lee-Enfield SMLE

Mike Morton goes over the top with the Lee-Enfield SMLE to see if this particular ‘Smelly’ has a whiff of the trenches, or the roses of Picardy. British and Commonwealth forces were armed with one of the best bolt-action battle

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Pellet test: Webley Mosquito Express

Guess who’s back? Yes, it’s the Webley Mosquito Express, and Mike Morton finds out whether this premium pellet was worth the wait. Don’t miss the Airgun Shooter Verdict at the bottom of the page! Some pellets burst onto the hunting

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Mat Manning tests out the Ultimate Sporter R

In this gun test, Mat Manning checks out ultimate refinement – the Ultimate Sporter R, a regulated variant of Air Arms’ award-winning PCP. Don’t forget to check out the Airgun Shooter verdict at the bottom of the review! The Air

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Glorious gas-ram

Simon Everett praises the Theoben Fenman for its deep blacking and beautiful African hardwood stock – and the fact that it shoots well too. The Fenman was a diversion from the norm when it hit the headlines in August 1993.

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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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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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