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Winter wonderland

Daz Taylor checks the zero of his combo before taking on some cold-weather coursework It may be spring now, but Andy McLachlan urges outdoor shooters to plan well ahead and practise when the mercury starts to plummet once again I

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The collecting bug bites

If you’ve got an itch to begin a new airgun collection or expand your existing one, what should you do next? Just scratch it, argues Jonathan Young Your wife says it’s gone too far. Your dog looks at you in

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Andy McLachlan’s advice: join a club!

Andy McLachlan heads under cover to talk about the many benefits shooters enjoy when they belong to an indoor target club. Those of us who spend a lot of time outside with our airguns, either hunting or competition shooting, sometimes

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In the crosshairs – an interview with Optic’s Warehouse’s John Farbrother

John Farbrother of Optics Warehouse in Devon mixes sales with his lifelong passion for shooting.   Did you shoot before getting into the industry, and do you shoot today? Both my parents were very keen air rifle shooters, so I’ve

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Airgun insider: What’s really going on in our sport…

One person says: I wish I was normal, or at least I wish I could be seen by everyone else (and that means non-shooters) as being normal.  When meeting people, I never hide the fact that I shoot and hunt.

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Bang or Bling?

Mike Morton runs through the pros and cons of the parts he’s changed and modifications he’s made to some of the airguns in his own collection. Many shooters are more than happy to buy an airgun, shoot it and enjoy

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When function meets form

Mike Morton goes international with the Stoeger RX20 S3 Suppressor Combo – a break-barrel rifle from an American firm that’s been styled in Italy. US gun-maker Stoeger headed across the Atlantic and landed in Europe when it created the RX20.

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Smooth Operator with Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan recalls his youth when all he craved was power. He’s a little older and wiser now, and his springer shooting is all the better for it. Hopefully, most readers will have access to or own a decent quality

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Gas Gun Goodness

Jonathan Young gasses on about the history of CO2 guns and offers a closer look at some of his personal favourites. While most airgun shooters know they can drop a 12g bulb into their pistol and get shooting, few realise

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Target shooter: insight and expertise to help you raise your game

Whether you’re looking for just a few tins, or maybe pallets full of pellets for years of use, Andy McLachlan provides some pointers on purchasing projectiles.  Maybe it’s just me, but I often wonder if the trouble that some shooters

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