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Ray Garner on a very special gun

The Uberti Remington 1871 Rolling Block Air Cartridge Rifle may have a rather long name, but Ray Garner doesn’t care – because it’s beautiful! Only sometimes do ideas, separated by time and topography, converge to make something new and remarkable.

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Posted in Vintage

Top 40 airgun tips (40-30)

Welcome to the first of our weekly list of airgun top tips running throughout July! Mike Morton is sharing 40-30 of our key tips month, with tricks and techniques to help raise your game and be top of the ‘hit’

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The Countryman with Mat Manning

Mat Manning sets up a stakeout to bring the bunnies back under control after their springtime breeding boom. The late spring and early summer months are peak breeding season for rabbits, which means you’ll often see a distinct spike in

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Andy McLachlan on barrel cleaning

Andy’s cleaning regime involves the Napier cleaning kit, used in conjunction with Lubro Teknik LT1 pellet lubricant If you think barrel cleaning is a bit of a bore, Andy McLachlan’s here to sing the praises of the pull-through. Cleaning a

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Posted in Target Shooting

Pellet test: Webley Mosquito Express

Guess who’s back? Yes, it’s the Webley Mosquito Express, and Mike Morton finds out whether this premium pellet was worth the wait. Don’t miss the Airgun Shooter Verdict at the bottom of the page! Some pellets burst onto the hunting

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Posted in Reviews

Richard Saunders on the role of dot sights

Richard Saunders takes a look at dot sights and asks – what role do they play for the airgun shooter? So, you’ve just bought your new rifle. What next? Why, a scope of course. But wait just a minute. Are

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Posted in Accessories

Andy McLachlan’s memorable multi-shot magazine moment

While many of his fellow target shooters prefer to stay single, Andy McLachlan has a memorable moment with his multi-shot magazine. Most HFT competition shooters will be using single-shot rifles for competition purposes. There are, of course, many good reasons

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Posted in Target Shooting

Mike Morton tests the Winchester Model 55RS and Model 55

Winchester made a name for itself back in the 1860s with its successful repeating lever-action rifles, and went on to create the equally iconic Model 70 bolt-action sporting rifle in 1936. It’s a testament to their rock-solid design and popularity

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The countryman with Mat Manning

Mat Manning targets pasture and woodland as he sets his sights on making a mixed bag for the pot. Accurate shooting is a prime consideration in any hunting scenario, so Mat never cuts any corners when it comes to pellet

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Ask the experts

Our experts have your questions in their sights! Struggling with a scope? Having hassles with your hunting? Well, don’t despair because you’ve arrived at the right place to discover remedies for your airgun anxieties! Whether you’re looking for a quick fix

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