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Best kit for night shooting

As the nights draw in, more and more shooters will be tempted with their first foray into night vision or thermal imaging, or they may just stick with a torch. But with the night market expanding so fast, where do

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Behind the scenes at Leupold Optics

Sporting Rifle’s Thomas Nissen visits one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hunting optics, Leupold Optics. The optical manufacturer Leupold Optics—or Leupold & Stevens Inc, as the company is actually known—is located in a beautiful industrial neighbourhood in the northwest

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The latest auction reports on rifles and shotguns

Big Game, Black Powder and Bolt Action brought a whiff of excitement and adventure to recent auctions reports Michael E. Haskew. Springtime auction events have produced intriguing results regarding rifles of particularly storied provenance.   In the March Holts event,

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Pros and cons of high-powered airguns

As demand for super-high-power airguns continues to rocket, Mat Manning explains the advantages and limitations of this specialist hardware It may have looked like being a flash in the pan, but the hunger for super-high-power air rifles appears to be

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What airgun kit will you want, post-lockdown?

Mat Manning considers the hardware and accessories that airgunners are likely to splash out on as they finally emerge from isolation Thanks to the fact that they can be used in the garden, airguns and associated accessories continued to sell

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Caesar Guerini’s Invictus VII Sporter – Gun of the Week

It’s Hail Caesar for Richard Atkins, as he gives a thumbs up to Caesar Guerini’s Invictus VII Sporter, a competition gun with a million round potential Caesar Guerini is now a very well established name among UK clay shooters. Part

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Gun auction latest: Multi-stock and WWII rifle

A rare multi-shot flintlock and a rifle once owned by a World War II hero make noise during recent gun auctions, writes Michael E. Haskew  Recent Holt’s and Gavin Gardiner auctions brought a pair of guns with stimulating provenance to

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Airgunning from home: How to make the best of lockdown

With ranges closed and travel restricted, Airgun Shooter’s editor, Mat Manning suggests ways for airgun shooters to pass the time and raise their game during lockdown. Well, that escalated quickly. It doesn’t seem like yesterday that we were all rubbing

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Helping newcomers into shooting

Helping newcomers to get into shooting is vital to the survival of our sport and Mat Manning reckons many of us could be doing more to steer new recruits in the right direction There is an awful lot of talk

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GTN visits Webley & Scott

Paul Garrity talks to GTN as he celebrates an incredible 50 years with the iconic Webley & Scott. Webley & Scott is one of the oldest names in the firearms industry with almost two centuries of production, including revolvers, shotguns

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