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Rabbit shooting – the Countryman w/ Mat Manning

After a winter layoff from rabbit shooting, Mat Manning makes a return to coney control with an evening on the pony paddocks. Rabbit numbers have been up and down on my patch over the past few years. Myxomatosis, which has

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Benefits of simulation training to airgun hunters

Philip Siddell explains how to use simulation training to improve the chances of the airgun hunter’s success in the field. The improvised shooting positions you practise during training are sure to come in useful in the field The last time

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Farmyard feral pigeon control w/ Mat Manning

With feral pigeons and corvids threatening to spiral out of control on the farm, Mat Manning heads out with a sub-12 ft-lb air rifle – the perfect tool for controlling feathered pests around agricultural buildings. Where is no getting away

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Benjamin Cayden review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton heads to the range with the Benjamin Cayden, a PCP that’s longer than usual, but comes with a long list of features to match. It’s wrong to pick a rifle on looks alone, but I think most of

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Andy McLachlan asks why we shoot

Do you yearn for more power? Do you take your shooting a bit too seriously? Andy McLachlan urges us all to remember exactly why we shoot. The look on John Oldroyd’s face reveals he is actually enjoying himself and a

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Posted in Target Shooting

Best thermal and IR spotters w/ Richard Saunders

The rabbits and rats hide, and Rich Saunders seeks with the help of some of the best thermal and IR spotters on the market. I have to admit to being instinctively dubious of most new things. For good or bad,

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Airgun Shooter 146 is out NOW

The latest edition of Airgun Shooter Magazine is now available for purchase or download! With feral pigeons and corvids threatening to spiral out of control on the farm, Mat Manning heads out with a sub-12 ft-lb air rifle – the

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Questions in glass bedding and more in the latest Q&A

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 to a nagging problem or simply want

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Airgun hunting on the farmyard

The farmyard can be an incredibly productive place for airgun hunters who know how to employ the right tactics, as Pete Brookes explains. The air rifle is perfect for dealing with rats and feral pigeons, but shooters should always be

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Airgun permissions with Roger Kent

Airgun Shooter reader Roger Kent explains the enjoyment he has being out and about on his two permissions as he puts a dent in squirrel numbers. I am very fortunate in having two permissions within a three-mile radius of my

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