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…
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…
One of our readers has dropped his gun, causing damage to the grip and trigger. Mike Morton is on hand to help!
Nick Stanning breathes new life into a well-worn HW 45 that’s been crying out for a little bit of TLC
The new issue of Airgun Shooter is out now, with advice, reviews and much much more. Plus, you could win a Gamo Maxxim Elite Tactical!
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Andy McLachlan visits a Walsall workshop maintaining the traditions of crafting guns by hand – and starts planning how soon he can buy his own
To avoid damaging screwheads, every shooter should have a ‘proper’ gunsmith’s set of screwdrivers like this 72-piece set from Wheeler, distributed to UK gun shops via Edgar Brothers. The screwdriver bits are all made from S2 tool steel, hardened to…
In this month’s issue, Lyn Lewington shows you how to strip the popular HW99S lightweight break-barrel from Weihrauch
The Pro-Sport is one of the most elegant looking underlevers currently on sale today – and no mean performer to boot. But this 17-year-old example is in need of a service, so Lyn Lewington gets it into the workshop… and begins stripping it down