Target Shooting

Taking up HFT with existing kit

An image from several years ago shows Michelle Pullen using a targetised version of the Air Arms S400 Andy McLachlan persuades airgun shooters to take up HFT using their existing kit – without the need to take out a second

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Andy McLachlan on barrel cleaning

Andy’s cleaning regime involves the Napier cleaning kit, used in conjunction with Lubro Teknik LT1 pellet lubricant If you think barrel cleaning is a bit of a bore, Andy McLachlan’s here to sing the praises of the pull-through. Cleaning a

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When .22 was king…

Ian Jones recently bought this latest version of the classic HW 35 Export – it’s beautiful! Andy McLachlan remembers the glory days of airgun shooting when .22 was king, and sets out to restore the monarchy. Like many shooters of

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Andy McLachlan’s memorable multi-shot magazine moment

While many of his fellow target shooters prefer to stay single, Andy McLachlan has a memorable moment with his multi-shot magazine. Most HFT competition shooters will be using single-shot rifles for competition purposes. There are, of course, many good reasons

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Andy McLachlan on the Red Wolf

After howling at the moon about a new rifle purchase, Andy McLachlan joined the wolf pack and decided to fork out for a Red Wolf. Was he pleased? Let’s find out… You may remember from some of my recent articles

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Winter wonderland

Daz Taylor checks the zero of his combo before taking on some cold-weather coursework It may be spring now, but Andy McLachlan urges outdoor shooters to plan well ahead and practise when the mercury starts to plummet once again I

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Andy McLachlan on the benefits of indoor shooting

Outdoorsman Andy McLachlan heads indoors to find a type of shooting that’s very different to what he’s been used to, but is just as rewarding Many regular readers will be aware that I have been spending a lot of time

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Target Shooter with Andy McLachlan

Committed outdoor competitor Andy McLachlan finds himself heading indoors to look at the super-precise sport of benchrest shooting. I’ve written many times about visiting Bolton Gun Club’s Leigh 50-yard-plus indoor airgun range. This is an establishment that caters for the

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Having a break from HFT

Andy McLachlan discovers that a rest is as good as a change, as he returns to competition shooting after an extended break

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Springer training to improve your PCP shooting

Andy McLachlan offers some advice to shooters wanting to raise their game with a PCP: shoot a springer instead… at least for a while

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