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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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Get the latest copy of Airgun Shooter Magazine NOW

The latest edition of Airgun Shooter Magazine is now available to purchase as a single copy or as part of your subscription. While giving our rifles a thorough inspection is something we should all be doing at least once a

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The Hill Air Pump MK4 review

Mike Morton gets to grips with The Hill Air Pump MK4 – a go-anywhere device that lets you fill your PCP without the need for a heavy charging cylinder. Few shooters would argue that when it comes to filling a

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SPONSORED: Introducing Anschütz’s brand new offering, courtesy of RUAG

If you’re still looking for the perfect gift this Christmas for the airgun enthusiast in your life, then RUAG may have just the solution! Introducing RUAG brand Anschütz’s brand new airgun, the Anschütz 9015 HP. This beauty is the first

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First impressions: Javelin Lite

Spartan is releasing a Lite version of its Javelin bipod that’s been specially designed with airgun shooters in mind. The Javelin contains a magnet that clicks the bipod firmly into place with the adaptor on your rifle – it takes

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Gun test: Webley Mark VI Service Revolver

Mike Morton tests the pellet-firing Webley Mark VI Service Revolver Exhibition Finish – it’s more bling than battlefield, but still shoots straight! One of the finest handguns ever carried by British and Commonwealth forces was the Webley Service Revolver, which

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Richard Saunders on CO2 rifles

Richard Saunders gets his hands on four of the hottest CO2-powered rifles on sale right now. Readers of a certain vintage may well remember the Sodastream – the must-have kitchen gadget that turned water into Coca-Cola, or lemonade or any

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