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Get ready for The Target Shooting Show

This is the UK’s first show dedicated to Target Shooting and all its various disciplines under one roof.  From Airguns to .50 Caliber long range precision shooting, this show is for you!  The Target Shooting Show is a new national

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In position w/ Andy McLachlan

If you consider positional shots to be an imposition, Andy McLachlan offers a few pointers to help turn things around Sally has her head correctly positioned because the open sights reduce the need for her to lift her head to

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Serious benchrest choices

Some shooters prefer a bipod , but these ones are super heavy-duty Andy McLachlan gets serious about taking a rest, as his drive to become a master of the bench shifts up a gear Having finally started my ‘serious’ benchrest

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Andy McLachlan on benchrests

Andy takes a more minimalistic approach, using a bean bag at the front end only – at least for now Andy McLachlan’s been taking a fairly simple approach when it comes to supporting his rifles for benchrest – but all

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Top 40 airgun tips (40-30)

Welcome to the first of our weekly list of airgun top tips running throughout July! Mike Morton is sharing 40-30 of our key tips month, with tricks and techniques to help raise your game and be top of the ‘hit’

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Andy McLachlan on tackling the wind

Andy McLachlan tackles the airgun shooter’s nemesis , the wind – and offers a few pointers to help ensure those pellets fly true Daz Taylor checks to see how the wind is affecting the area surrounding the target, prior to

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Lessons learned with Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan looks ahead to his next few months of shooting – by reflecting on his performance and equipment over the past year Enjoying a round of HFT with friends and family is an experience not to be missed for

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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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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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Club of the Month: Okehampton Smallbore Club

Okehampton Smallbore Club is more than 100 years old, and as club secretary Di Johnson explains, it’s still as busy as ever. Started by the Territorial Force (the forerunner of the Territorial Army) during the First World War, Okehampton Smallbore

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