Reviews

Mat Manning tests the new Daystate Genus

Designing a fitting limited edition airgun to mark a gunmaker’s 40th anniversary is a tall order, but Mat Manning reckons Daystate’s new Genus is bang on target Limited edition airguns from British gunmaker Daystate always cause a lot of excitement,

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Boxing bullpup

Mike Morton puts the Gamo Boxer through its paces to discover whether this budget bullpup can deliver a knockout in the hunting field Competition time! In our latest issue of Airgun Shooter, issue 127, on sale now we have an

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Junior? Hi!

Ray Garner explains how a patent led to plinking perfection for Webley & Scott with the Junior model air pistol Johnstone and Fearn are names that are not exactly in the news these days. Swallowed whole by history, but in

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Streamline your ammo

QYS has followed the success of its initial Domed diabolo with the Streamlined, but how does it compare? Mike Morton finds out… Qiang Yuan Sports made a big impact on the airgun scene in the UK last year with its

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Gun test: A tale of two Lugers

Service pistol lovers are spoilt for choice, as Umarex has not one, but two P.08s in its Legends line-up, so Mike Morton gets greedy and shoots both Mention the word ‘Luger’, and most people will automatically think of this handgun

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First impressions: Javelin Lite

Spartan is releasing a Lite version of its Javelin bipod that’s been specially designed with airgun shooters in mind. The Javelin contains a magnet that clicks the bipod firmly into place with the adaptor on your rifle – it takes

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Richard Saunders on bipods

Lie down and relax as Richard Saunders takes advantage of the warmer weather to get down and super-stable with the help of a few bipods It’s that time of year again. No more shivering away in the corner of a

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Gun test: Webley Mark VI Service Revolver

Mike Morton tests the pellet-firing Webley Mark VI Service Revolver Exhibition Finish – it’s more bling than battlefield, but still shoots straight! One of the finest handguns ever carried by British and Commonwealth forces was the Webley Service Revolver, which

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Less is more: Rotex RM8 review

Umarex has given the acclaimed Walther Rotex RM8 a revamp by launching an Ultra Compact variant, and Mat Manning reckons its scaled-down proportions make it an even better airgun. Affordable PCPs aren’t just getting more numerous, they’re also getting better,

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First impressions: Umarex and Spartan Precision

Here, we’re looking at some of the latest kit to hit the market. Umarex 850 M2 Empire Kit If you’re after a gas gun that’s good to go, then the new Umarex 850 M2 Empire Kit could be just what

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