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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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Airgun springer: top tips to improve accuracy

Airgun springers can be challenging to shoot, but these tips will help you get on target Choose the right airgun springer for you It’s great to find a rifle you like the look of, but it’s even more important to

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Decoy pigeon patterns with Mat Manning

Movement is one of the prime factors in persuading pest birds to approach a decoy pattern, as Mat Manning proves when he tries out a new flapper on a challenging day. Full-body Enforcer decoys were initially used to create the

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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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Airgun shooting advice: when not to pull the trigger

Phil Siddell explains the subtle art of knowing when – and more importantly when not – to pull the trigger. Once it started, the itch on the author’s trigger finger never really went away I’ll let you into a secret:

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RWS Power Bolt review w/ Mike Morton

Mike Morton tests the RWS Power Bolt, a pellet that’s not sure if it’s a bullet or a slug, but knows without doubt that it’s very heavy Without meaning to sound too controversial, the standard diabolo of average weight is

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Questions in glass bedding and more in the latest Q&A

Struggling with a scope? Having hassles with your hunting? Well, don’t despair because you’ve arrived at the right place to discover remedies for your airgun anxieties! Whether you’re looking for a quick fix to a nagging problem or simply want

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Airgun hunting on the farmyard

The farmyard can be an incredibly productive place for airgun hunters who know how to employ the right tactics, as Pete Brookes explains. The air rifle is perfect for dealing with rats and feral pigeons, but shooters should always be

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Airgun pellet catcher – what is the ideal choice?

If you’re looking for an airgun pellet catcher with minimal noise and risk of ricochet, then Roddy McCafferty has the perfect solution. Roddy already owned a BSA target holder, some scrap wood and a couple of wood screws, so the

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Long-range target shooting w/ Andy McLachlan

Andy McLachlan and his friends began to get bored shooting Polo mints, so they decided to extend the range and grab some kitchenware. Jim Edge tries a shot at the now infamous Pan of Doom – 100 yards is a

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