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Kral Puncher Review

Turkish gunmaker, Kral Arms entered the PCP market with the Kral Puncher – a multi-shot sidelever that’s both feature-laden and affordable. And now we’re here to give it the full review. The maker of the Kral Puncher is a fast-growing

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SMK PR900W review

Until 2015, budget gun specialists SMK have never had a PCP in their line-up – but we take a look back at the first offering: the SMK PR900W The cheap PR900W marks SMK’s entry into the world of PCPs Sportsmarketing,

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RWS Super Field: Pellet test

Mike Morton gets a feel for the RWS Super Field as he puts this versatile pellet to the test to see if it lives up to its excellent reputation. Mike Morton puts the RWS Super Field to the test The

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Springer rifles: top 4 break-barrel and underlevers

Richard Saunders takes a look at four top break-barrel and underlever spring rifles, and gives them the piston seal of approval Which springer rifles will get Richard Saunders’ approval? Although pneumatics have been around for much longer than many people

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The fast and the furryous!

Richard Saunders is left scratching his head about how to deal with some troublesome rats around the stable Setting up on a bench at a distance of 20 metres meant Richard had a perfect, stable platform from which to shoot

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Posted in Features, Hunting

Target Shooter: Age over beauty

Andy McLachlan has a blast from the past with the Sportsmatch GC2, a veteran PCP that proves older rifles can still hold their own today. Andy lines up a long shot with the GC2 during a visit to Rivington Riflemen’s

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The barn door

Jim Old is forced to come clean about his airgun-shooting past as he gets back into the sport after a lengthy absence. Veteran airgunners prepare to be appalled, but I confess I can’t remember the make or model of my

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Clean to the extreme

Mike Morton examines the controversial use of cleaning rods, brushes and bore paste to bring a wayward rifle back into the fold. Many shooters will tell you that they never clean the barrels of their airguns – and that goes

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It’s time for the slug fest

Roger Lait continues his quest to find some airgun slugs that can shoot – and remain accurate – out to 100 yards and more. So here is part two of my Quest for Slugs. Sounds like a film, but not

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The one-shot stop

Mike Morton takes up clay shooting – with no shotgun in sight – as he examines the damage done by different types of airgun pellet One thing all airgun hunters agree on is the need to kill a quarry animal

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