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In the crosshairs: David Sprigg

In the crosshairs this month is airgun enthusiast David, who co-founded Stagecoach in 1988 and revolutionised the teaching of performing arts to youngsters, and he’s now doing the same with the Target Shooting School. Did you shoot before starting the

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A blast from the past

Roe Norman from Tower Guns in Somerset explains how he recently acquired a special collection of airguns that appear frozen in time. Diana Model 1s don’t get much better than this – check out the near-perfect bluing on this octogenarian

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Airgun Shooter presents: Gear of the Year (pt2 of 7)

In our second part, we’re continuing our mammoth recommendation of products to cap off 2019 – this is Gear of the Year! So whenever you’re considering a new gun, optic or shooting accessory, you need to know that it works

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Everything in moderation

Webley is introducing the QGS – a new range of metal moderators that can be used with airguns and rimfires. The QGS 4 is designed for most CO2, spring and PCP air pistols. It’s threaded 1/2” UNF, but also comes

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First impressions: From toppling tins to targets

Get ready to unleash some multi-shot mayhem with the vmx – a new target-orientated CO2 pistol from Webley Hot on the heels of their acclaimed Nemesis model, Webley are releasing their new VMX – a bolt-action multi-shot CO2-powered air pistol.

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Gun test: Webley Mark VI Service Revolver

Mike Morton tests the pellet-firing Webley Mark VI Service Revolver Exhibition Finish – it’s more bling than battlefield, but still shoots straight! One of the finest handguns ever carried by British and Commonwealth forces was the Webley Service Revolver, which

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When .22 was king…

Ian Jones recently bought this latest version of the classic HW 35 Export – it’s beautiful! Andy McLachlan remembers the glory days of airgun shooting when .22 was king, and sets out to restore the monarchy. Like many shooters of

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Posted in Target Shooting

Airguns on an international stage

Shooting shows don’t come much bigger than IWA Outdoor Classics. Here are just a few of the guns and accessories that raised eyebrows at this year’s four-day showcase in Nuremberg Huntsman Genus Daystate had some exciting new guns on show,

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Gun collecting with Jonathan Young

So you want to be a collector? You’re suddenly overcome by an urge to buy more airguns. There’s nothing wrong with that, argues Jonathan Young as he leads you down the rabbit hole of gun collecting. Waking up on any given

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Gun Test: Webley Mastiff

If a rifle seems too long, but a bullpup seems too butt-heavy, Mike Morton offers you a third option with the semi-bullpup Webley Mastiff

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