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Zeiss Conquest 4 review w/ Mat Manning

Zeiss have tweaked their Conquest V4 scopes to make them airgun-friendly, and Mat Manning reckons that’s great news for anyone seeking out a high-performance scope. Shooters with serious money to spend aren’t afraid to go the extra mile when it

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Shooting advice: using a dot sight

Can you imagine a sighting system where you don’t have to worry about parallax or eye relief? Mike Morton can, and it’s called a dot sight Telescopic sights are the norm for most air rifles these days, whether they’re PCPs,

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Hawke Sidewinder FFP 4-16×50 review w/ Mike Morton

Mike Morton prepares to get knocked sideways by the FFP 4-16×50 – one of several innovative scopes in Hawke’s new Sidewinder range. Hawke recently refreshed its line-up of Sidewinder scopes, offering a series of brand new models. Any of these

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Choosing the right airgun optics

Shooters have never had so much choice when it comes to optics, and Andy McLachlan explains how to pick what will work best for you. This Leupold has a small objective lens and is perfect for shooting HFT where optical

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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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Scopes for benchrest target shooting

Andy McLachlan’s in favour of scopes offering only modest levels of magnification for most of his shooting – but not benchrest! Andy picked up this fixed 45x Leupold from his son James, after James bought a high-end March scope for

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MTC King Cobra review

Despite the current trend for diminutive optics, Mat Manning reckons that big can still be beautiful after putting the MTC King Cobra through its paces. Although super-compact scopes are very much in fashion at present, there are times when bigger

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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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Mike Morton’s top tips (29-20)

Welcome to the second of our weekly list of airgun top tips running throughout July! This week, Mike Morton is sharing 29-20 of our key tips month, with tricks and techniques to help raise your game and be top of

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Mike Morton reviews the Athlon Talos

The Athlon Talos BTR 4-14X44 FFP IR-MIL is a bit of a mouthful, so Mike Morton bites into this scope to see how it tastes  Athlon Optics is a US company that’s not that well known here in the UK,

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