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Restoring an airgun – our latest gun advice

Some rifles that don’t shoot properly from the outset can be made to come good with a little persistence, as US shooter John Hooper explains. Did you ever get one of those ‘unbelievable’ deals only to find out that you

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Brocock Sniper XR Laminate review

Brocock airguns are now equipped with an all-new sidelever action. A small change, but Mat Manning reckons it makes a big difference. Rolling development is a popular word in the marketing of modern air rifles, but is actually a very

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Daystate, Weihrauch and Webley – A look at Richard Saunders’ airgun collection

Richard Saunders’ is here to take us through his airgun collection, including items from the likes of Daystate, Weihrauch and Webley. Let me tell you about my guns. Normally I spend a couple of weeks contacting airgun manufacturers, scope-makers and

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Essential guide to rifle care

Mike Morton runs through some rifle care tips to help protect your air rifle so it will continue to serve for years to come. For any air rifle to keep giving of its best, it’s important to properly look after it.

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Getting new permissions with Shawn Minchin

Shawn Minchin recalls how he managed to snare a new permission that turned out to be quite a bit different to what he’d been expecting. The feeder was 23 yards from Shawn’s shooting position – with him sitting on a

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Pellet review: Sniper Light

With a name like Sniper Light, this pellet from H&N promises to cut through the air at speed, so Mike Morton breaks out the chrono to see how it performs. As a general rule of thumb, a lighter pellet will

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Scopes for benchrest target shooting

Andy McLachlan’s in favour of scopes offering only modest levels of magnification for most of his shooting – but not benchrest! Andy picked up this fixed 45x Leupold from his son James, after James bought a high-end March scope for

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Posted in Target Shooting

MTC King Cobra review

Despite the current trend for diminutive optics, Mat Manning reckons that big can still be beautiful after putting the MTC King Cobra through its paces. Although super-compact scopes are very much in fashion at present, there are times when bigger

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Best HFT scopes under £500

Andy McLachlan tests a quartet of HFT-ready scopes priced at under £500

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Kral Puncher Review

Turkish gunmaker, Kral Arms entered the PCP market with the Kral Puncher – a multi-shot sidelever that’s both feature-laden and affordable. And now we’re here to give it the full review. The maker of the Kral Puncher is a fast-growing

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