airguns

The collecting bug bites

If you’ve got an itch to begin a new airgun collection or expand your existing one, what should you do next? Just scratch it, argues Jonathan Young Your wife says it’s gone too far. Your dog looks at you in

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Mike Morton tests the Winchester Model 55RS and Model 55

Winchester made a name for itself back in the 1860s with its successful repeating lever-action rifles, and went on to create the equally iconic Model 70 bolt-action sporting rifle in 1936. It’s a testament to their rock-solid design and popularity

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Airguns on an international stage

Shooting shows don’t come much bigger than IWA Outdoor Classics. Here are just a few of the guns and accessories that raised eyebrows at this year’s four-day showcase in Nuremberg Huntsman Genus Daystate had some exciting new guns on show,

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Mike Morton on the Hawke Airmax 30 SF Compact

Mike Morton takes a look through the Hawke Airmax 30 SF Compact – a small scope with big features and personality With advances in technology, the world is getting smaller – and that goes for airguns too. More bullpups and

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Airgun answers

Our experts have your questions in their sights! Struggling with a scope? Having hassles with your hunting? Well, don’t despair because you’ve arrived at the right place to discover remedies for your airgun anxieties! Whether you’re looking for a quick

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Gun collecting with Jonathan Young

So you want to be a collector? You’re suddenly overcome by an urge to buy more airguns. There’s nothing wrong with that, argues Jonathan Young as he leads you down the rabbit hole of gun collecting. Waking up on any given

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Bang or Bling?

Mike Morton runs through the pros and cons of the parts he’s changed and modifications he’s made to some of the airguns in his own collection. Many shooters are more than happy to buy an airgun, shoot it and enjoy

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Here’s your chance to win a KonusPro T30 3-12X44

Don’t forget to take advantage of our free to enter competition for the chance to win a KonusPro T30 3-12X44 scope, worth £179. Airguns and telescopic sights have mutually evolved to offer the perfect solution to any given shooting scenario,

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Have spring guns reached the pinnacle of their design?

Simon Everett muses on the development of spring-powered airguns and wonders whether the best is yet to come. Many’s the time that I’ve heard conversations on the subject of spring airgun development, and how little progress has been made over

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Gas Gun Goodness

Jonathan Young gasses on about the history of CO2 guns and offers a closer look at some of his personal favourites. While most airgun shooters know they can drop a 12g bulb into their pistol and get shooting, few realise

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