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Stoeger XM1 Multi-Shot PCP review w/ Mike Morton

Are you looking for function or form when you buy a rifle? With the Stoeger XM1 multi-shot PCP, Mike Morton believes you can have both. Just a few years ago it seemed that anyone wanting to get into recoilless shooting

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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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Posted in Target Shooting

Rabbit shooting – the Countryman w/ Mat Manning

After a winter layoff from rabbit shooting, Mat Manning makes a return to coney control with an evening on the pony paddocks. Rabbit numbers have been up and down on my patch over the past few years. Myxomatosis, which has

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Benjamin Cayden review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton heads to the range with the Benjamin Cayden, a PCP that’s longer than usual, but comes with a long list of features to match. It’s wrong to pick a rifle on looks alone, but I think most of

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Mat Manning tests out the FX Impact MKII

FX has revamped the highly successful Impact with a MkII model – but could it improve on this pioneering bullpup? Mat Manning takes it to the range to find out FX Airguns has a reputation for making some of the

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Advice on airgun shooting from the prone position

Mike Morton offers some down to earth advice about shooting from the most stable platform of all: the prone position. Unless we’re in the field and the quarry presents itself a certain way, or we’re in a competition and the

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Can you shoot fast while maintaining accuracy?

Can you shoot a PCP quickly while maintaining accuracy, and is a magazine really faster than a single-shot loader? Mike Morton seeks some answers. Speed-shooting with an air rifle isn’t something that’s seen all that often outside of dedicated time-restricted

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Evening rabbit hunting – The Countryman

With skittish rabbits proving difficult to outwit with a roving approach, Mat Manning switches tactics and sets up a stakeout. This ground has produced some good shooting through late spring and early summer. Short stalking sessions regularly yielded bags of

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RTI Arms Priest 2 tested by Richard Saunders

Richard Saunders finds out whether the new Priest 2 from RTI Arms is hellbent or heaven-sent. For a long time, a small group of established manufacturers have dominated our sport: companies whose reputations date back decades to when springers where

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Springer vs PCP – which is better to start out with?

It’s the age-old question – should a beginner start out with a spring-powered rifle or a pre-charged pneumatic? Mike Morton goes lookingfor an argument. I’ve never actually seen anyone come to blows over it, but I’ve certainly witnessed some very

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