FX Airguns’ Johan Axelsson interview with Mat Manning

Mat Manning talks cutting-edge air rifle design and innovation with FX Airguns chief technical officer Johan Axelsson. FX Airguns has been blazing a hot trail at the forefront of airgun innovation over recent years. With an emphasis on clean, functional

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HRH Prince Philip 1921-2021 – a true supporter of fieldsports and conservation

Our condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and Royal Family HRH Prince Phillip has died aged 99 this morning at Windsor Castle. He will be remembered as a true countryman with a love of fishing and fieldsports. He was patron

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Why we shoot: Stuart Farr on the law in the shooting industry

Our resident legal expert, Stuart Farr, is a partner at Taylors law firm and welcomes contact from people in the industry with a problem that needs solving. Although I welcomed the opportunity to write an article based around the theme

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SPONSORED: Sightmark Citadel 1-10×24

The sleek and compact Citadel riflescope range from Sightmark is perfect for many disciplines from stalking to precision shooting, providing the user with peace-of-mind reliability day after day at an affordable price. The Citadel 1-10×24 HDR riflescope brings shooters and

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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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Simon West on international trade

In the latest in his regular contributions to Gun Trade News, Simon West, head of the Gun Trade Association wonders what the hell happened to the sunlit uplands we were promised. The long term might be bright; the medium term

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Dr Al Gabriel on learning to shoot

Our regular stalking columnist Dr Al Gabriel explains why he loved learning to shoot, and what keeps him coming back stronger every year. It is always an interesting question when one is asked “why do you shoot?” The reality is

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Benelli SP’Auto returns

The innovative Benelli SP’Auto has very much established itself as a highlight of the shooting calendar, with many competitors returning year on year. GMK are pleased to announce that next year it will be returning to the Atkin Grant &

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Wild Justice suck money out of conservation efforts

The shocking cost of defending Wild Justice’s failed attack on the General Licences in Wales has been exposed by our sister publication Shooting Times. The anti-shooting campaign group brought the action in the hope of having the licences declared ‘unlawful’

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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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