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Enter a BSA fundraiser for the NHS here

The BSA family say they “are so very grateful for the selfless work and sacrifice our wonderful NHS are undertaking, they are an inspiration to us all.” Information from BSA about the fundraiser begins below: We (BSA) have decided to

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Gun test: Budget busting starter kit

Mat Manning tests the Rabbit Sniper MkII package from Pellpax – an affordable springer combo that boasts an impressive array of extras. Bargain-priced package deals are a great way to get into airgun shooting, and Pellpax has a reputation for

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Colour coding cuts confusion

Even the finest air rifles in the world, regardless of who makes them, are only as good as the pellets they’re fed – and it’s vitally important to understand exactly what you’re buying, so Daystate has colour-coded its extensive line

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On the Bench with Mat Manning #3: Barrel changing tips for the FX

In this week’s edition of On the Bench, Mat is going to show you how to quickly and easily change the barrel, and therefore the calibre, on one of his favourite airguns of late, the FX Impact MKII. Since reviewing

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Gun test: Walther Reign

Mat Manning heads out with Walther’s distinctive new bullpup to see if this eye-catching little PCP can cut it in the performance stakes There is simply no stopping the current rampage of bullpup airguns. I’m not sure whether it’s down

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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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Dope for your scope!

Mike Morton offers a few practical tips to help newcomers work out exactly where to aim their rifle – regardless of the distance to the target. Couldn’t it be great if we could zero a rifle, then just pick it

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Mike Morton’s top tips (10-1)

Welcome to the final countdown of Mike Morton’s top tips on all things airguns. 10. Use sticks Shooting sticks offer great extra support where no natural features like a gate, tree or fence post are available. But sticks aren’t just

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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 Don’t forget to find out how this airgun scored in

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Dispelling American airgun myths!

American shooter John Hooper dispels the myth that his countrymen all spend thousands on their guns – and offers some budget ‘stalking’ tips too. In today’s new world of airguns, there is a plethora (a highbrow word for bunches and

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