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Airgunners’ Pet Peeves

Recent issues surrounding incidents of cats being shot with airguns have led to a Home Office airgun review. However, the review has left shooters worried that further restrictions on airgun use in England and Wales would be “disproportionate” and “bad

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Airguns On Show At IWA

THE IWA OUTDOOR CLASSICS SHOW in Nuremberg is a major European showcase for the world’s gun trade. Around 50,000 people visited this year’s trade-only event at the huge Messe exhibition centre, which was host to more than 1,500 exhibitors. As

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BASC asks for airgun explanation

BASC has opened communications with YouTube to ask why airgun content, including some of the highest profile airgun channels and films, were removed from the world-leading video service in February. The move was initially interpreted as a response to the

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‘Airmageddon Averted’

The airgun industry stands together against a YouTube campaign of video takedowns and terminations – but there are still many unanswered questions. Airgun manufacturers, suppliers and content creators have fought off an apparent purge of their videos from YouTube, which

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Daystate Red Wolf and Red Wolf: Serie Rosso

British airgunmaker Daystate have unveiled their eye-catching Red Wolf, a pre-charged pneumatic rifle.

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West’s Next Steps

Gun Trade News interviews charismatic Air Arms MD Claire West

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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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BASC gives guidance on Scottish airgun law

With airgun licensing set to come into force in Scotland this year, the British Association of Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has updated its guidance on the subject, helping shooters and businesses keep up-to-date with the new legislation. Airgun owners will

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Webwatch: Marksman Pellets

Lincoln Jeffries, manufacturer of the famous Marksman airgun pellets since 1932, has launched a new website. A well-known landmark to many shooters in Birmingham, the company, which produces domed and pointed pellets in .177, .22 and .25 calibres for all types of airguns, will now be

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Trade Secrets: Midland Diving

More than just a collection of hoses and bottles, the PCP charging market is really taking off. Midland Diving’s Mark Humphreys explains the benefits of high-end charging kit Once upon a time, a hose was a hose, and PCP airgunners

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