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Zeiss Conquest 4 review w/ Mat Manning

Zeiss have tweaked their Conquest V4 scopes to make them airgun-friendly, and Mat Manning reckons that’s great news for anyone seeking out a high-performance scope. Shooters with serious money to spend aren’t afraid to go the extra mile when it

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Scope from Element Optics – Andy McLachlan reviews his latest purchase

Andy McLachlan’s not one to keep his wallet in his pocket for too long, and this time it’s been pulled out to land a scope from Element Optics The combination of Andy’s new Element Optics Titan and his FX Impact

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Hawke Sidewinder 30 SF 4.5-14×44 review

Mike Morton takes a look at the Hawke Sidewinder 30 SF 4.5-14×44, and reckons this optic is worth way more than a sideways glance. Hawke Sidewinder 30 4.5-14 Rifle Scope Hawke’s Sidewinder scopes are often touted as being suitable for

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Shooting advice: using a dot sight

Can you imagine a sighting system where you don’t have to worry about parallax or eye relief? Mike Morton can, and it’s called a dot sight Telescopic sights are the norm for most air rifles these days, whether they’re PCPs,

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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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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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