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Umarex Glock 19X review

Umarex is on a mission to put a Glock in as many shooters’ hands as possible – and Mike Morton finds himself grabbing hold of the 19X Austrian gunmaker Glock is known around the world for its series of polymer-framed,

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Springer vs PCP – which is better to start out with?

It’s the age-old question – should a beginner start out with a spring-powered rifle or a pre-charged pneumatic? Mike Morton goes lookingfor an argument. I’ve never actually seen anyone come to blows over it, but I’ve certainly witnessed some very

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Grey squirrel hunting with JDJ Braithwaite

JDJ Braithwaite heads into the woodlands of the Lake District to soak up the autumn sunshine – and sort out a few grey squirrels The fells, hills and ancient woodlands of the Lake District have long been the source of

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Daystate Huntsman Revere review with Mike Morton

Mike Morton tests the Daystate Huntsman Revere, and finds a rifle that stays true to its traditional roots, while adding in some modern twists. Daystate’s best-selling rifle is the Huntsman, and while it’s been subjected to numerous redesigns and improvements,

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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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SPONSORED: Tactical Scopes

For most shooters, no matter what sort of shooting you do a quality telescopic scope (or 5!) is a must have accessory for your air rifle, rimfire or centerfire. Whether it be for fun target plinking, competition targets, vermin control

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Streamlight’s TLR range – First impressions

If you need a rifle-mounted lamp that can be attached to a Picatinny rail, then you’ll want to check out the TLR range from Streamlight. Each light includes a key kit to securely fit the unit onto a broad array

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Airgunning from home: How to make the best of lockdown

With ranges closed and travel restricted, Airgun Shooter’s editor, Mat Manning suggests ways for airgun shooters to pass the time and raise their game during lockdown. From testing new pellets to tidying your kitbag, there is plenty to keep an

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Airgun Shooter Magazine 133 is out NOW

We’ve got an optics special for you in the latest Airgun Shooter, focusing not just on scopes, but binoculars too. Telescopic sights offer a bewildering array of features, so Mike Morton goes back to basics to make sense of what’s

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Best Airgun Shooter fan letters

These are the best fan letters we received in last month’s Airgun Shooter Magazine! And don’t forget – the best letter wins a pair of Sportsmatch mounts! Letter of the month CAMO FOR THE FIELD, NOT THE ROAD As we

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