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Pellet test: Weihrauch Magnum

Airgun Shooter editor Mike Morton shoots the Weihrauch Magnum to test what this pellet can deliver downrange. It’s a strange quirk of ballistic fate that some guns prefer light pellets, some heavy and some don’t really care. Thankfully airgun shooters

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Mike Morton tests out the Hugget Shroud silencer

After fitting an airgun aftermarket stock, Mike Morton goes further down the customisation rabbit hole and tests a Huggett Shroud. Create a product such as a car, a motorcycle, a guitar – or an airgun – and it won’t be

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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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On the Bench with Mat Manning is available NOW

Click the video above to view Mat Manning’s review of the Weihrauch HW100 BP, which has been shortlisted in the Great British Shooting Awards’ Airgun of the Year category. What did Mat think of the HW100 BP? Watch above to

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Squirrels with a springer

Richard Saunders turns back the years and hunts some squirrels with a Weihrauch HW 80 the old-fashioned way Every time I open my gun cabinet to go hunting, I gaze nostalgically at my 1983 Weihrauch HW 80 Mk1 and then

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Posted in Hunting

Andy McLachlan on benchrests

Andy takes a more minimalistic approach, using a bean bag at the front end only – at least for now Andy McLachlan’s been taking a fairly simple approach when it comes to supporting his rifles for benchrest – but all

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Taking up HFT with existing kit

An image from several years ago shows Michelle Pullen using a targetised version of the Air Arms S400 Andy McLachlan persuades airgun shooters to take up HFT using their existing kit – without the need to take out a second

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Posted in Target Shooting

Mat Manning’s bullpup bonanza

Stubby bullpup airguns are enjoying a surge in popularity, so in this article originally produced in our sister publication Gun Trade News, Mat Manning considers the advantages offered by these compact guns. It wasn’t very long ago that bullpup airguns

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Restorations with Jonathan Young

Jonathan Young takes on a tricky restoration project to bring an airgun back from the edge – the edge of reason! Getting out and about looking for a new permission is all part of airgunning. Back garden shooting is great,

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Put a spring(er) in your step!

Richard Saunders takes a look at four top break-barrel and underlever spring rifles, and gives them the piston seal of approval Although pneumatics have been around for much longer than many people realise, airgun shooting as we know it today

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