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Daystate Delta Wolf tested by Lee Perryman

Lee Perryman got an offer he couldn’t refuse – the chance to shoot the Daystate Delta Wolf, one of the world’s most eagerly awaited airguns. Many long-term shooters have grown up using non-electronic PCPs, which includes the majority of PCP

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Daystate, Weihrauch and Webley – A look at Richard Saunders’ airgun collection

Richard Saunders’ is here to take us through his airgun collection, including items from the likes of Daystate, Weihrauch and Webley. Let me tell you about my guns. Normally I spend a couple of weeks contacting airgun manufacturers, scope-makers and

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Posted in Air Rifles, PCP, Springer

Plinking: Best options for garden range

We may be in lockdown, but Richard Saunders is still able to head into the garden to put four lower-powered rifles under the spotlight that he thinks are perfect for the garden range. I’m willing to bet that for most

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Posted in Tests

Stringing It Out

Andy McLachlan explains how a scientific approach to a gun’s performance can locate the reason for the odd wayward shot. Jimmy O’Neil takes aim at a standard 25-yard benchrest card – the bull is a minuscule 2mm I am sure

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Talking shop: Wirral Guns

How did you get started and why? My dad owned a pawnbroker business that also stocked second-hand airguns, as my dad had a wealth of knowledge. In November 2011, we opened up the dedicated airgun shop, and in 2019, we

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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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Gun test: Weihrauch’s HW100 BP

Weihrauch’s HW100 BP might be a late arrival to the bullpup party, but it still looks set to be the belle of the ball. Mat Manning puts the German maestro’s diminutive PCP to the test and concludes that it was

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The Vulcan 2: A target rifle stock, but not as we know it

Andy McLachlan reaches for the stars and treks over to his gun shop to see if the hunting-focused Vulcan 2 can cut it as a target rifle I remember reading Mat Manning’s review of the Airgun Technology Vulcan 2 semi-bullpup

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Clean to the extreme

Mike Morton examines the controversial use of cleaning rods, brushes and bore paste to bring a wayward rifle back into the fold. Many shooters will tell you that they never clean the barrels of their airguns – and that goes

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SPONSORED: Mike Morton tests the RWS Super Field

It’s that time of year again; the autumn leaves are beginning to fall and with crops off the fields and in the barns, farmyward pest control is now essential. So now, Mike Morton is reviewing the RWS Super Field pellet

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