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Pulling The Trigger

As the snap general election looms, Stuart Farr looks at the issue that started it all – Brexit – and what it’s likely to mean for the UK gun trade

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Semi-auto air pistols at risk

A test case could result in many air pistols being banned following a seizure by North Yorkshire police last year.

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At a loss on the continent

A short investigation into the progress of the EU firearms directive, and the recent ECR conference about the issues it raises

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A Tale of Two Antis

The evidence submitted in advance of the grouse shooting debate was an odd sort of affair, as Colin Fallon found

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SNH supports out-of-season shooting

A Scottish Natural Heritage report has concluded that out-of-season shooting has an important role in deer control

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Wales sees sense on snaring

Despite petition from the League against Cruel Sports, the Welsh Assembly has declined to ban snares

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I shot Bambi’s mother

Philip Moss confesses to the ultimate crime: That’s right – he went to Countryfile Live

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White fronts stay on shooting list

Blanket bans are fought off as shooting groups make the case for local oversight

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On Air: Brand Management

Airgun Shooter editor, Nigel Allen, looks at how branding is becoming an important part of the airgun industry. The word ‘brand’ is one of those corporate buzzwords that has changed in its application down the years. Derived from the iron-branding

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Money Talk: A spectator’s view

Roger Williams takes stock of the latest headlines and deduces what we can conclude about the UK’s current economic situation. Keynes, the famous British economist, once said in rebuttal: “When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you

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