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How to find spare parts for your airgun
Having a favourite airgun break on you is a real pain. Finding spare parts for it may be difficult. One broken airgun is one too many, but if you collect airguns as well as use one or two, then it’s not uncommon to have a handful in need of repair left sitting in a forgotten corner. Sometimes they can sit there for ages, on occasions that can mean years. The issue is usually that of finding the specific spare parts needed to bring them back to full working order. The truth is there’s no easy way but there are some
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Brand New Airguns in 2021
You may be more than happy with the trusty old airgun you’ve got sitting at home, reliable as ever. But airgun technology is progressing at a very impressive rate - maybe it’s time to buy a brand new one? There have been some very special models released so far this year and many more are on the way - we’ve got 5 of the best airguns released in 2021 for you right here...   Daystate Red Wolf Heritage     Available Calibres: .177, .22, .25, .30 Weight: 3.5kg Orientation: Ambidextrous Stock Power: Up to 50 ft/lbs (40 shots in .25) Price: £2,749.99   You would be very lucky to get your
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Product Review - ZEISS Conquest V4 Scope
We're bringing you this review today in conjunction with Alpha Militaria and ZEISS, two exceptionally renowned and knowledgeable companies within the shooting industry.   Today we're looking at two scopes from the ‘ZEISS Conquest V4’ range - we've got a 4-16x50 and a 6-24x50. Now, many lifelong airgunners have always taken the view that you don’t really need a fancy scope, because you never really put that much of a demand on the scope; most shots are 20 to 40 metres and for that you only really need a scope that's going to enable you to be accurate over those kinds of
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Daystate Huntsman - The Revere
I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a friend's Daystate Huntsman Revere a short while back and managed to spend some time testing and evaluating the rifle. The Daystate Huntsman Revere is one of Daystate’s newer offerings, yet manages to retain the company lineage of the past 40 years. But is the Revere to be held in the high regard its name suggests?     Holding the rifle, I noticed it handles and feels exactly the same as its predecessor the Huntsman Regal, however, the operation is notably different. The rear bolt action block has been replaced with a side lever
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