Target Shooting

HFT shooting w/ Andy McLachlan

After a long absence from HFT, Andy McLachlan takes part in a shoot at a stunning ground – it was a long drive, but was it worth it? Phil Soper takes aim, ending up with an impressive score of 55

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Optics for HFT w/ Thomas Bristow

Thomas Bristow’s on the hunt for a new HFT scope, and finds himself being seriously impressed by the Vortex Diamondback Tactical FFP. Thomas was lucky enough to have the opportunity to test plenty of optics before finally settling on the

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Unsupported standing airgun shooting w/ Andy McLachlan

Standing shots are a standing joke for some shooters, but Andy McLachlan has some tips to make this tricky stance more manageable. Age can take its toll on our physical ability to adopt the necessary stances, but practice can still

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Airgun shot release w/ Andy McLachlan

The best rifle, scope and pellet combo won’t shoot where you want without correct shot release, so Andy McLachlan explains how. It’s a lot easier to take an accurate shot from the bench compared with outdoors thanks to the enhanced

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RAW TM1000 review – high-end target rifle tested by Thomas Bristow

Thomas Bristow’s managed to borrow some high-end target rifles, but this time he’s talking about one of his own – the RAW TM1000. This rifle used to belong to GB HFT captain Roger Lait, and now it’s up to Thomas

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How to make a solid support for benchrest airgun shooting

Andy McLachlan runs through his options when it comes to shake-free shooting, and ends up using a high-end bipod for extra support. Here’s an example of a cheaper imitation Atlas bipod that’s been modified by Jim Edge to make it

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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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Buying your first airgun – Andy McLachlan on the first steps

Andy McLachlan coaches the newcomer through the first steps of airgun ownership, with the promise that good techniques will be rewarded. Air rifles can be works of art, like this HW95 Special Edition belonging to Andy’s friend Ian Jones, but

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Anschutz 9015 review – Thomas Bristow tests two new rifles

Thomas Bristow gets to test two rather special rifles – both Anschutz 9015s fettled by master regulating and tuning firm The RAT Works. This 9015 HP has had a lot of time and effort invested in it, such as tuning

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Airgun shooting advice w/ Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan is here with some airgun shooting advice and focuses his mind on one of the most important things a shooter needs to be a success – concentration. Plenty of shooters have a wealth of experience to pass on

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