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Laser rangefinder for shooting – why it can be valuable for airgunners

Lasers are very much a part of our present, not just our future, and a laser rangefinder for shooting can be a valuable tool for airgunners. Lasers can be a handy tool for airgun shooters A laser rangefinder for shooting

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Choosing an optic

Andy McLachlan explains what he looks for when he’s choosing a telescopic sight that makes that optic truly useful for his style of shooting This Bushnell Elite Tactical 3-12×44 has been mounted on board Andy’s wonderful Venom 80 tuned break-barrel

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Posted in Target Shooting

The Airgun Show– winter squirrel control, PLUS budget-busting Richter Optik telescopic sight on test

The control of grey squirrels is a year-round job and we’re joining Richard Saunders in this episode of The Airgun Show as he heads out after bushy-tails on a cold winter’s day. The greedy rodents have homed in on Richard’s

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Advice on airgun shooting from the prone position

Mike Morton offers some down to earth advice about shooting from the most stable platform of all: the prone position. Unless we’re in the field and the quarry presents itself a certain way, or we’re in a competition and the

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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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Improving the set up of a springer airgun

Mike Morton takes a look at a friend’s poorly set up rifle, and makes a few simple tweaks to turn this underlever into an overlord. I don’t know about you, but I love a challenge, and really enjoy working on

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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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Posted in Air Rifles, PCP, Tests

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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Competition time!

Enter now for the chance to win a Webley Mark VI Service Revolver, worth £248.99! One of the finest handguns ever carried by British and Commonwealth forces was the Webley Service Revolver, which was in use from 1887 to 1963.

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Gun test: BSA Silver Star

Mike Morton takes a look at the BSA Silver Star – a target rifle with a split personality that offers two very different ways to shoot. It’s no secret that competition shooters will perform at their best when their gun

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