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Airgun Shooter

Airgun Shooter January 2020

Airgun Shooter is your complete guide to getting the very best out of yourself and your guns - while enjoying every minute of it. Whether your passion is hunting, target shooting or plinking, we've got you covered. We also bring you the toughest tests around, plus the very best gear reviews, tips and techniques.

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Números

En este número

1 min.
airgun shooter

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MIKE MORTON MIKE has been shooting air rifles and pistols for four decades, and loves target shooting, hunting, plinking and tinkering. CONTRIBUTOR KEV HAWKER KEV is an avid shooter and countryman, specialising in hunting and fieldcraft, with more than 40 years of field experience. CONTRIBUTOR ROGER LAIT ROGER has a passion for Hunter Field Target, and he’s vice president of the WHFTO and captain of the British team CONTRIBUTOR RAY GARNER RAY grew up with a Diana Model 16, a Saturday morning and a pocketful of Lane’s Cat Slugs. Today it’s long-range target shooting. CONTRIBUTOR ANDY McLACHLAN ANDY is the man to help you get a competitive edge. While he’s happy shooting HFT, he’s been taking on benchrest lately as well.…

2 min.
take a friend shooting

THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS are looming and for most of us that means a few precious days off and some extra time to spend out shooting. It’s a rare occasion when so many of us take holiday over the same period and a great chance to enjoy our sport in the company of friends. It is also a wonderful opportunity to introduce newcomers to shooting. Apart from passing on and sharing the pleasure of airgunning, it is also the best way to ensure the future of our sport, as new recruits really are its lifeblood. Too many people have reservations about shooting simply because they haven’t experienced it, don’t really understand quite what it entails and often aren’t sure how to get involved even if they want to. Giving people a chance to…

1 min.
the airgun shooter promise

AUTHORITY AIRGUN Shooter is written by airgunners for airgunners. Our team has decades of combined experience in everything from target shooting to hunting and is committed to bringing you the highest quality advice around in print and video form every month. PASSION WE are absolutely obsessed with airguns and we love writing about them. We’re here to share our knowledge with you and focus on helping you become a better shooter, and we hope you’ll share your knowledge and expertise with us, too! INDEPENDENCE THE views you read in Airgun Shooter are entirely our own, which means you can trust every word you read in these pages. We’ve built up reputations from years in the field – we’re not prepared to pull any punches when it comes to telling you what’s hot and what’s not. INSPIRATION OUR…

1 min.
airgun shooter

Editorial Group Editor, Airgun Brands Mat Manning Editor-in-Chief Mike Morton mike.morton@futurenet.com Art Editor Steve Mumby Designer Rebekka Hearl Production Editor Elizabeth Wood Senior Art Editor Stephen Williams Contributors Simon Everett, JDJ Braithwaite, John Hooper, Roger Lait, Andy McGarty, Andy McLachlan, Richard Saunders, Chris Wheeler, Jonathan Young Photography Phil Barker, Olly Curtis, All copyrights and trademarks are recognised and respected Advertising Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Senior Advertising Manager Toni Cole toni.cole@futurenet.com 01225 687368 Account Manager Callum Madden callum.madden@futurenet.com 01225 687436 Account Manager Chetna Shukla chetna.shukla@futurenet.com 01225 687429 International Airgun Shooter is available for licensing. Contact the Licensing team to discuss partnership opportunities. Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com Subscriptions Email enquiries contact@myfavouritemagazines.co.uk UK orderline & enquiries 0344 848 2852 Overseas order line and enquiries +44 (0)344 848 2852 Online orders & enquiries www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk Head of subscriptions Sharon Todd Production Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager…

3 min.
on form

For some airgun shooters, a custom stock is a must-have item, helping enhance the fit of a rifle and increasing both their accuracy potential and enjoyment of the gun. But there are plenty of other shooters who choose to swap a stock simply because they want to personalise it and make it more aesthetically pleasing to their eye. Both are perfectly valid reasons for seeking out a new handle for your favourite airgun, and one company that makes these custom items is Form Rifle Stocks. Form produces a range of laminate wood stocks that are created by mixing high-tech CAD and CNC technology with old-school hand sanding to ensure a perfect finish. One of the stocks produced by the Devon-based firm is the Cromwell, which features a naturally high sweeping cheekpiece…

1 min.
readers’ rifles

Here are two of mine. Though I stick to my precharged for hunting, I like to get the older ones out for a plink. It keeps me grounded, and there is something special about the smell of a gun that is older than you are! I would urge anyone to keep at least one open-sighter in their collection. The lighter-stocked rifle is a Relum ‘Super’ Tornado, meaning it had a brass butt pad and scope mount. The quirks of this model are that the underlever tap opens toward you, not away from you, and they originally came with two concentric springs, long since replaced. The other is an LP25 break-barrel. They weren’t expensive back in the 60s and 70s (especially if you got one through the catalogue), yet several people have commented…