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Simon Everett on the Webley Mark 3

Simon Everett takes a close look at a true icon of airgunning: the Webley Mark 3 The loading port was reamed in situ, so that it aligned perfectly with the barrel The Webley Mark 3 had a very long production

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Airgun answers

Our experts have your questions in their sights! 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

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Have spring guns reached the pinnacle of their design?

Simon Everett muses on the development of spring-powered airguns and wonders whether the best is yet to come. Many’s the time that I’ve heard conversations on the subject of spring airgun development, and how little progress has been made over

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Ammo in Action: Webley VMX

Simon Everett puts popular airgun pellets to the test. This month: Webley VMX .177

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Index linked

Simon Everett goes behind the scenes of an engineering company that specialises in high-precision performance car parts and military ballistics testing equipment… to find out why they’re also making a name for themselves in airgun circles.

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