rifles

Readers’ rifles

Airgun Shooter reader Andy Edwards tells us about two of his favourite guns, and why it’s good to take a break from PCPs once in a while. Here are two of mine. Though I stick to my precharged for hunting,

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SPONSORED: Introducing Anschütz’s brand new offering, courtesy of RUAG

If you’re still looking for the perfect gift this Christmas for the airgun enthusiast in your life, then RUAG may have just the solution! Introducing RUAG brand Anschütz’s brand new airgun, the Anschütz 9015 HP. This beauty is the first

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The fast and the furryous!

Richard Saunders is left scratching his head about how to deal with some troublesome rats around the stable Setting up on a bench at a distance of 20 metres meant Richard had a perfect, stable platform from which to shoot

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SPONSORED: The Famous Ruger 10/22, now available as a fully licensed airgun by Umarex

The Ruger 10/22 has been one of the most famous and instantly recognisable rifles since its introduction in the 1960’s. Produced by Sturm, Ruger & Co in America, it uses a patented 10-round rotary magazine housed inside a box magazine

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First impressions: Storming with the Astille

It may look like a boat tail bullet or artillery shell, but the Huggett Astille moderator has been engineered this way for a very good reason Huggett Moderators is a company that has a well-deserved reputation for building products with

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FAC-rated rifles tested!

Richard Saunders tests five top FAC-rated rifles I’m willing to bet that just about every airgun shooter, certainly among those of us who hunt, has wondered what their legal-limit rifle would be like in FAC format. It’s only natural isn’t

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The one-shot stop

Mike Morton takes up clay shooting – with no shotgun in sight – as he examines the damage done by different types of airgun pellet One thing all airgun hunters agree on is the need to kill a quarry animal

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Looking after the garden

Richard Saunders heads outdoors to put four lower-powered rifles under the spotlight that he thinks are perfect for the garden range I’m willing to bet that for most of us our passion for airguns began in the garden, sending tin

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Talking shop: Keen’s Guns

Manager David Keen has worked at the shop for more than 30 years, and has seen it grow into one of the top hunting and fishing shops in Wales How did you get started and why? The business started in

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Airgun Shooter 124 is out NOW

In this month’s Airgun Shooter Magazine, Mat Manning visits an estate where a hardwood plantation has been devastated by grey squirrels who’ve been stripping the bark from the trees. He sets up a feeding station to help bring squirrel numbers

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