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Anschutz 9015 review – Thomas Bristow tests two new rifles

Thomas Bristow gets to test two rather special rifles – both Anschutz 9015s fettled by master regulating and tuning firm The RAT Works. This 9015 HP has had a lot of time and effort invested in it, such as tuning

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Umarex Legends M1A1 Legendary review w/ Mike Morton

Mike Morton hits the garden range with the Legends M1A1 Legendary from Umarex – a BB blowback variant of the Thompson submachine gun. While it’s great to see CO2 guns that are created from the ground up, plenty of shooters

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How to use a tuning kit for an airgun

Stuart Bannon’s beloved rifle was failing to shoot as well as it used to, so he took matters into his own hands and grabbed a tuning kit. Anyone who knows the pain of shooting a rifle that just won’t perform

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Best airgun accessories – high-end options

Andy McLachlan’s spent a small fortune on new guns, but he goes for even more retail therapy when he sees some tasty high-end accessories. Like most of us, I enjoy the occasion of buying a new gun. Following a lot

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Best rangefinders – Rich Saunders’ top picks

Rich Saunders homes in on the range as he tests no fewer than seven rangefinders to see if they can go the distance. Let’s face it, of all the things you can hunt with legally in the UK, 12ft-lb air

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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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The benefits of a tailored airgun stock

Target shooter Thomas Bristow explains how a tailored stock and hamster will let a competitor get the best performance out of their rifle. These four rifles may all be very different, but still have one thing in common – the

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ZEISS Conquest V4 – first impressions with Mike Morton

Mike Morton examines the ZEISS Conquest V4 – a range of hunting scopes that will prove useful not just to centrefire shooters, but airgun shooters too. We’re here to talk about a new range of airgun-friendly telescopic sights from ZEISS,

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Refinishing a rifle in good condition – is it a good idea?

Refinishing a worn and dented old stock can be very rewarding, but what if the stock’s already in perfect condition? Mike Morton finds out the hard way. “You must be mad!” was the response I got from one of my

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Webley Mosquito Express .22 review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton test the Webley Mosquito Express in .22 calibre, finding a pellet that’s a little lighter and a little faster than the norm. Webley Mosquito Express pellets were a big hit when they first came out, but then to

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