How to build a bait station for squirrels without damaging woodland through pellet impacts or the way it has been secured to the tree...
There is more to testing the accuracy of a springer than you might think; here, we explore how to test & which anomalies to look out for!
Mark Camoccio finally gets to grips with an often overlooked Weihrauch HW57 in this in-depth air rifle test and review
Dave Barham reveals what’s new with the improved Brocock Commander XR in this air rifle test and review
Our technical guru, Richard Nash, deomonstartes how to rebuild the classic Air Arms S200 rifle he stripped down last month
Mick Garvey is on a rat control mission, armed with the Sightmark Wraith HD day/night scope & a .22 FAC FX Wildcat air rifle
Tim Finley is first in line to have a go with the brand new Crosman RI - a top value air rifle. Check out his review here
Dave Barham takes his first look at the Panther range of ultra-heavy airgun pellets from The Shooting Party
Gary Chillingworth talks air tanks and pumps, and demonstrates how to refill a PCP air rifle safely & correctly
Terry Doe gets first go on the latest Brocock Sniper XR incarnation - the Brocock Safari Sniper XR tried and tested!
Dave Barham reveals a quality BB pistol costing less than £60! Check out his review of the Umarex UX Tornado Revolver
This short film demonstrates a fundamental element of accurate shooting - how to follow-through the shot with an air rifle
Part 1 of Richard Nash’s 2-part series - a step by step strip and rebuild of a classic Air Arms PCP air rifle
Peter Yeats explores the subject of taking elevated shots when air rifle shooting, and explains how he achieves successful shots
Eddie Jones heads out hunting with his air rifle, and finds some great squirrel and rabbit action!
The Game Fair and The Scottish Game Fair will both run in 2021, the latter thanks to a partnership between GWCT & The Gamr Fair
Rootin’ tootin’ shootin’! Gary Chillingworth discovers the thrill of the Umarex Legends Cowboy lever-action rifle in this review
Fancy starting your own airgun club? Mark Camoccio begins a mini-series showing you how to start your own shooting club!
Mark Camoccio tests the brand new Chieftan stocks from Form Riflestocks - an impressive custom stock made from hardwood laminate
What types of air rifles are available & which is best for me? Gary Chillingworth presents the options, from PCPs to springers
Gary Chillingworth shows us how to make our very own, home-made Shoot n See targets. He’s gone all Blue Peter this month!
Dave Barham tests the new Gamo GX-40 PCP air rifle - a superb gun with an sub-£400 price tag!
Airgunner magazine May issue is available to buy from selected stores from March 24th 2021; find out where to buy and what’s inside!
Airgun hunter, Phil Siddell, mulls over the possibility of adding night-vision equipment to his kit list
Tim tests the Sig Sauer 1911 ‘We the People’ CO2 pistol - a CO2-powered, fully-functioning replica of an American icon
The Benjamin Akela joins the bullpup ranks – but where does it sit in that multi-model market? Terry Doe finds out in this test & review
Do airgun slugs work as well as airgun pellets? Are they a fad or here to stay? Editor Terry Doe explores the subject
Mark Camoccio reviews the Hawke Vantage 30 WA SF IR 4-16 x 50 scope, which comes with Hawke’s famed lifetime warranty
Terry Doe gives his final verdict on the sub-£600 digital day/night vision riflescope - the Sightmark Wraith HD 2-16x28
How long does it take you to pull the trigger? Terry Doe shows you how smoothly swift your hunting shot should be for best results
The April issue of Airgun World is now on sale! Find out where to get it and what you’ll find in the latest issue
I’ve shot for years with rifles too small for me, but I can now afford a custom stock; my question is, is it worth it?
Expert advice from our airgun guru Barry on whether you need to check zero EVERY time you go out hunting...
Dave Barham tests the long-awaited Hatsan Factor PCP air rifle, and discovers a seriously nice rifle for the sub-£500 price tag
Three short videos on how to load a break barrel air rifle, how to shoot it, and how to follow through the shot. Created for beginners, but useful for all!
Eddie Jones heads out with his thermal imaging monocular for a spot of squirrel hunting
Make sure you are ready for anything with these handy essentials for airgun shooters - from pellets to multi-tools, air bottles to spare mags, we’ve got you, and your air rifle, covered!
Mark Camoccio tests the Element Optics Nexus 5-20 x 50 FFP scope in this detailed review
They’re here! The new Sidewinder range of scopes from Hawke has arrived and we’ve got the 4.5-12 x 44 30SF model on test
Eddie Jones explains how he tackled a feral pigeon control job - at night - with his air rifle at a local farm, with great success
Dave Barham puts the MTC Cobra F1 4-16x50 scope to the test in this detailed review - it’s a classic hunting scope, but would be equally at home as an HFT scope!
In this epsiode of Shooting & Country TV, Airgunner Gary Chillingworth tells us how to stay warm while shooting in the cold,..
Dave Barham discovers the sheer joy of shooting the Webley VMX and Webley Alecto air pistols in this air pistol test and review
Russ Douglas checks out two very different cutting-edge thermal sights - the IRay XHolo-HL13 Thermal Sight and the Saim SCT35 Thermal scope
Mark Camoccio continues his series on Triggers & Trigger Technique with a look at different shapes, weights, adjustments and modifications
“This machine pumps out 325 litres of clean, dry air per minute, and as a result, just 20 minutes later, all 6 air cylinders were full!”
The new Sidewinder range of scopes from Hawke are here, and Dave Barham has the 4-16x50 30 FFP model on test in this riflescope review
Mick Garvey finally gets down to testing a batch of slugs - a change from his usual pellets - provided by Wildman Slugs, and comes away highly impressed
Terry Doe gets first look at an interesting prototype from Webley – the Nemesis X
Terry Doe (or uncle Tel, as we call him) explains how to zero your riflescope correctly; it’s not a dark art, you just need to know how to do it!