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Richard Saunders’s Eastern promise

Richard Saunders tests four Eastern European rifles to see how they compare with airgun offerings from the old guard For a long time our sport has been dominated by a relatively few brands hailing, in the main, from Western and

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Cold weather shooting

Ethan Lowry urges airgun shooters to prepare for the cold so they can banish discomfort and disappointment when the temperature plummets. As shooters we can have the very latest training equipment and the best airgun. We can spend hours on

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Springer strip-down

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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Cold weather squirrel control

Mat Manning heads out for a morning in the freezing woods to target greedy bushy-tails as they home in on the pheasant feeders. Cold weather and short days can make the prospect of spending a day in winter woodland seem

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Richard Saunders’ Confession time

Richard Saunders finds out whether the new Priest 2 from RTI Arms is hellbent or heaven-sent. For a long time, a small group of established manufacturers have dominated our sport: companies whose reputations date back decades to when springers where

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Farmyard foray in this month’s Countryman

With wet weather threatening to stop play, Mat Manning heads onto the farm in search of shelter and finds plenty of pests doing the same. Most shooters are pretty hardy when it comes to inclement weather – we enjoy being

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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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Gun test: Weihrauch’s HW100 BP

Weihrauch’s HW100 BP might be a late arrival to the bullpup party, but it still looks set to be the belle of the ball. Mat Manning puts the German maestro’s diminutive PCP to the test and concludes that it was

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Autumn Harvest

JDJ Braithwaite heads into the woodlands of the Lake District to soak up the autumn sunshine – and sort out a few grey squirrels The fells, hills and ancient woodlands of the Lake District have long been the source of

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Quick Shots: Streamlight WayPoint Spotlight

The Streamlight WayPoint Spotlight is pointing the way as a great tool for the nocturnal airgun hunter, as it can be used to scan wide areas. It’s useful at your car when prepping gear, or after the hunt when packing

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