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Gamo R-77 review with Jonathan Young

Jonathan Young takes a close look at the Gamo R-77 – a collectable CO2 revolver from the 1990s that offered plenty of choice and plenty of features “The combination of a long barrel and wood give the r-77 M6 a

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Winchester 4.5 Special review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton picks up the Winchester 4.5 Special – a pellet-firing revolver with a rifled barrel – to find out if it really is all that special. Mike Morton tests out the Winchester 4.5 Special Like many of you, I

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Airgun accuracy: unlocking the Weihrauch HW45’s potential

Airgun enthusiast Phil Hooper attempts to unlock the accuracy potential of the iconic Weihrauch HW45 spring-powered pistol Phil’s happy to shoot his target pistol standing, but his preferred technique with the HW45 is to adopt a sitting position As a

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Weihrauch HW98 Grey Laminate review w/ Mat Manning

Mat Manning puts the Weihrauch HW98 Grey Laminate through its paces and concludes that a spring-powered airgun doesn’t have to be a compromise. How will the Weihrauch HW98 Grey Laminate do on test? The Weihrauch HW98 Grey laminate is shortlisted

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Umarex Ruger Targis Hunter review with Mat Manning

Mat Manning puts the Ruger Targis Hunter to the test and discovers there’s more to this break-barrel combo than its very appealing price tag When it comes to affordable starter combos, airgun shooters have never had it so good –

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The Lord of the Springs

Sponsored by… For more information, just visit: https://www.solware.co.uk/ Springers are more challenging to shoot than a PCP, but Mike Morton reckons that makes them more fun – if you have the right technique. HW95 K in action: A high-quality break-barrel like

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Stock-maker Warren Snaith interview

Airgun shooter Warren is a relatively new stock-maker whose skill and enthusiasm have quickly made him a master of his craft. How did you get started, and where did your passion for stock-making come from? I’ve always admired a beautifully

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Top tactical air rifle picks from Richard Saunders

When they first appeared, many dismissed bullpups as a flash-in-the-pan gimmick. Now, despite being true Marmite guns, they are an established part of our sport.  Manufacturers are always looking to give us the next thing and though they’ve existed for

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How to replace an airgun breech seal

Simon Everett shows how easy it is to replace a breech seal, even a vintage leather item, breathing new life into a much-cherished rifle. Replacing the breech seal on a vintage rifle like this Cadet only requires a few basic

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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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