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Conservation: how to avoid 2021’s corvid control trap

Dealing with common predators is a tricky issue under the system of general licences says Mike Swan in an article that first appeared in Shooting Times. With the season all but over, my mind as usual turns to planning for

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Quick Quiz: Lee Hurst

Our new regular quiz where we ask a leading industry figure some daft and not-so-daft questions and find out a bit more about them. Please tell us who you are and who you work for My name is Lee Hurst

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Clay shooting glasses – which tint is best?

Should targets always be viewed through rose-tinted specs? Or should you take a darker view? James Simon brings a little transparency to the obscure world of shooting eyewear in this Clay Shooting feature. I’m sure most of us side think

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Best airgun kit from 2020

While it’s all too easy to dwell on the negatives of 2020, the year saw the launch of some great new airguns and accessories. Mat Manning looks back and picks a few of his favourites. Daystate leading the way The

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Why We Shoot: Mike Morton on his love for airgunning

Airgun Shooter editor-in-chief Mike Morton explains what it is about the sport that’s managed to keep him hooked for more than forty years Why do I shoot? I’ve been asked that question many times over the years, almost always from

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Winter airgun shooting kit – top picks by Mat Manning

Mat Manning suggests some useful kit designed to help airgun shooters to continue to enjoy their sport even when the colder days of winter start to set in A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that airgun shooting

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Will O’Meara’s toughest challenge

Continuing our series looking at some of the more fringe things you can do with a gun, this issue regular rifle competitor Will O’Meara attempts one of the toughest challenges of all  With all the lockdown restrictions I didn’t get 

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Best pest control rifles

If you’re having difficulties with pests, we’ve rounded up some of the best pest control rifles to help settle your infestation down Daystate Wolverine R FAC With its factory-reversible side lever action, the Wolverine R stands out from the crowd.

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Latest shooting products for October

The very latest gear for the gun trade… if you’d like to see your products featured please email steve.faragher@futurenet.com Walther LG400 Field Target Rifle Widely regarded as one of the best target shooting rifles available. At full power up to

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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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