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InfiRay Tube TL35 review w/ Mat Manning

Thermal gunsights give hunters ultimate stealth and vision by revealing their quarry’s heat signature – Mat Manning gives his verdict on the InfiRay Tube TL35. Thermal night vision optics have exploded in popularity over the past couple of years. This

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Optics for HFT w/ Thomas Bristow

Thomas Bristow’s on the hunt for a new HFT scope, and finds himself being seriously impressed by the Vortex Diamondback Tactical FFP. Thomas was lucky enough to have the opportunity to test plenty of optics before finally settling on the

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Servicing airgun springers – Mike Morton works on his gun club’s collection

Mike Morton services his gun club’s springer collection, starting with an HW97 called rifle A5 – will he be able to make Number Five come alive? Airgun shooters wanting to join a club have a pretty wide choice these days,

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Buying your first PCP rifle – what to expect

If you’re thinking of buying your first PCP rifle, Mike Morton runs through some of the things you can expect to find in the box – and some you won’t. We’re all more than well aware that last year wasn’t

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How to make a solid support for benchrest airgun shooting

Andy McLachlan runs through his options when it comes to shake-free shooting, and ends up using a high-end bipod for extra support. Here’s an example of a cheaper imitation Atlas bipod that’s been modified by Jim Edge to make it

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Buying your first airgun – Andy McLachlan on the first steps

Andy McLachlan coaches the newcomer through the first steps of airgun ownership, with the promise that good techniques will be rewarded. Air rifles can be works of art, like this HW95 Special Edition belonging to Andy’s friend Ian Jones, but

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Short or zero eye relief scopes w/ Mike Morton

Short or zero eye relief scopes deliver a different experience to a conventional optic, so Mike Morton finds out what they have to offer. It was a daytime shoot around the farm, and while the intended quarry had been feral

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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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Getting into airgun shooting – Mat Manning discusses support for new shooters

New recruits represent the future of our sport and our businesses. Mat Manning reminds retailers of their responsibility to set them off on the right track. © Alamy This article originally appeared on our sister publication, Gun Trade News It

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Scope from Element Optics – Andy McLachlan reviews his latest purchase

Andy McLachlan’s not one to keep his wallet in his pocket for too long, and this time it’s been pulled out to land a scope from Element Optics The combination of Andy’s new Element Optics Titan and his FX Impact

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