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Restoring an airgun – our latest gun advice

Some rifles that don’t shoot properly from the outset can be made to come good with a little persistence, as US shooter John Hooper explains. Did you ever get one of those ‘unbelievable’ deals only to find out that you

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Brocock Sniper XR Laminate review

Brocock airguns are now equipped with an all-new sidelever action. A small change, but Mat Manning reckons it makes a big difference. Rolling development is a popular word in the marketing of modern air rifles, but is actually a very

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Kral Puncher Review

Turkish gunmaker, Kral Arms entered the PCP market with the Kral Puncher – a multi-shot sidelever that’s both feature-laden and affordable. And now we’re here to give it the full review. The maker of the Kral Puncher is a fast-growing

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Gamo GX-40: Gun test

Mike Morton tests the Gamo GX-40, a multi-shot PCP that retails for less than £380, to find out if accuracy and handling really do come at a cost. Mike Morton tests out the affordable Gamo GX-40 Most airgun shooters are

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Springer strip-down

Mike Morton takes a look at a friend’s poorly set up rifle, and makes a few simple tweaks to turn this underlever into an overlord. I don’t know about you, but I love a challenge, and really enjoy working on

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Farmyard pest control: The Countryman

With wet weather threatening to stop play, Mat Manning heads onto the farm in search of shelter and finds plenty of pests doing the same. Most shooters are pretty hardy when it comes to inclement weather – we enjoy being

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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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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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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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Bang or Bling?

Mike Morton runs through the pros and cons of the parts he’s changed and modifications he’s made to some of the airguns in his own collection. Many shooters are more than happy to buy an airgun, shoot it and enjoy

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