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Richard Saunders’s Eastern promise

Richard Saunders tests four Eastern European rifles to see how they compare with airgun offerings from the old guard For a long time our sport has been dominated by a relatively few brands hailing, in the main, from Western and

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Airgun Shooter presents: Gear of the Year (pt7 of 7)

As we approach the final 24 hours of the decade, we are bringing you something to cap off a great year – the seventh and final part of our Gear of the Year series. So whenever you’re considering a new

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Airgun Shooter presents: Gear of the Year (pt1 of 7)

So here we are again! Happy holidays everyone! Except this festive season is a little bit different, because not only are we rounding out the year but we’re also closing the chapter on another decade. So, to celebrate this rare

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Pellet test: QYS Pointed

Mike Morton loads up with QYS Pointed, and has to eat humble pie after finding a pellet that manages to dispel a life-long belief about their accuracy. I admit it. I’ve never been a fan of pointed pellets. This type

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At your service

Mike Morton goes on a servicing and repair course to find out how the engineers who work on your PCPs get trained Any airgun shooters of a practical nature will be able to tear apart a springer themselves, but the

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Posted in Behind the Scenes

Which gun when?

Mat Manning delves into his gun room and explains how he chooses between his favourite airguns when he heads out hunting. Some time ago, a reader wrote in to ask about the various guns I use for my hunting and,

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Posted in Hunting

Ray Garner on a very special gun

The Uberti Remington 1871 Rolling Block Air Cartridge Rifle may have a rather long name, but Ray Garner doesn’t care – because it’s beautiful! Only sometimes do ideas, separated by time and topography, converge to make something new and remarkable.

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Posted in Vintage

Airgun letters

This is your chance to air your views and opinions! Send your letters to: Airgun Shooter, Future Publishing Ltd, Units 1 & 2, Sugarbrook Court, Aston Road, Bromsgrove B60 3EX or email asletters@futurenet.com, including your full name and address. Join

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Mike Morton on Brocock’s new Bantam

Brocock’s Bantam Sniper HR has been dressed to impress, and Mike Morton gets a handle on the new Grey Laminate variant. Accuracy, consistency and reliability are the primary factors that need to be taken into consideration when buying a new

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Posted in Reviews

Richard Saunders on the role of dot sights

Richard Saunders takes a look at dot sights and asks – what role do they play for the airgun shooter? So, you’ve just bought your new rifle. What next? Why, a scope of course. But wait just a minute. Are

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Posted in Accessories
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