The best way to clean your airgun barrel has just become more available, the editor tells us
The editor tests a new sharpening system from the USA
Is it true that springers with fixed barrels are more accurate than break-barrels?
Can you use gun oil on a cut hand? The Editor finds out
The editor looks at an interesting scope from America
A reader asks Airgun Guru a question about pellet power
Optical technology is hard to grasp, so the editor seeks clarity
“This system effectively captures and decelerates the high-pressure air”
“The MP1 stands out in this field because the pliers are forged from high-carbon steel”
A reader asks Airgun Guru a question about pellet preparation from the October issue
The editor presents an open and shut case for a fundamental technique
“Practise placing the outside of your heel down carefully and then rolling the foot slowly flat”
Jane Price makes a pub lunch classic
A reader asks Airgun Guru a question about the Webley Hawk from the August issue
The editor takes on a controversial subject, face veils
Hunting tips: the editor tells us why he never leaves home without binoculars
Jane Price uses an authentic Spanish recipe to enjoy some summer rabbits
Q How often do airgun barrels need to be cleaned, and what’s the best way of cleaning them?
Last month, I answered a question about adjusting the Air Arms S510 trigger, and this month we’ll take a closer look inside, to see how it works
Jane Price makes a delicious carry-along lunch for the hungry airgunner
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