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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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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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Airgun shooting advice w/ Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan is here with some airgun shooting advice and focuses his mind on one of the most important things a shooter needs to be a success – concentration. Plenty of shooters have a wealth of experience to pass on

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Feinwerkbau 800x FT test w/ Thomas Bristow

Thomas Bristow manages to get through lockdown by borrowing a friend’s Feinwerkbau 800x FT – and very much likes what he sees. Adjustability is key for the Feinwerkbau 800x FT, with the trigger and hamster just two of the features

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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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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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Airgun shooting – Tony Belas talks to Mat Manning about the industry’s future

Mat Manning talks industry, electronics and future innovations with airgun aficionado Tony Belas of Daystate, Brocock and MTC Optics. “A number of ideas that I would not have followed have turned into a resounding success” This interview originally appeared in

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Winchester 4.5 Special review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton picks up the Winchester 4.5 Special – a pellet-firing revolver with a rifled barrel – to find out if it really is all that special. Mike Morton tests out the Winchester 4.5 Special Like many of you, I

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Long-range target shooting with Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan recounts how one indoor club accepted the challenge of Covid to arise even better than it was before. This is the view from one of the shooting booths at the newly laid out Leigh range – the far

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