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What is the best airgun calibre?
Choosing a Calibre for Your Airguns. By Jonathan Young.   Choosing calibre is usually not on the agenda for many people when first getting into airgun shooting. Affordability, available cash or inheriting a gun usually settles the matter before the question of which calibre is better over another is asked. For well over 100 years now, there have been 3 main calibres: .177 (or 4.5mm), .22 (5.5mm) and .25 (or 6.35mm), with a fourth - the .20 (5mm) - found on occasion.    Very quickly there was a choice between calibres even at the beginning.   The idea that .177 was always most popular is only partially
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Remington is ready to fall into administration after struggling to make profits.
The big news from America this week is that one of the world’s most historic firearm manufacturers - Remington Arms - is filing for bankruptcy protection, whilst also looking for a takeover buyer.   There are few gunmakers in the world that have been as successful and renowned as Remington for such a period of time, but more than 200 years of production could be set to dissolve. It’s been a tough few years for the North Carolina based business which simply isn’t able to pull in the number of sales that It once was.  It has been reported that there are already
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Back from the Brink: The Gunstar Renovation Challenge, S2 Ep.3
[Music]   Part three - the penultimate episode. So last week we tackled the barrel, action, and this week we're gonna be tackling the wood. The love-hate relationship with this gun is definitely swinging in the balance towards hate - I'm not entirely sure whether this week's gonna change any of that. Anyway, enough talking, to the bench!    [Music]   So before we start on the wood I'm actually putting some of the metal bits back in place so that we do sort of finish them together or else you end up with that really awful wood to metal fit, but to be honest you’d completely
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Product Review: XEye E3 Max
I've now had this E3 Max for around 8 months. It was my first thermal spotter and it's been a real game-changer. It has changed my shooting experience immensely, so much so that I now don't go shooting without it.  The XEye range comprises of a number of handheld thermal spotters and rifle scopes. Prices range from £900-£3800. The E3 Max is mid-range and comes with a lot more functions than the E3 N and E3 N+. The max has a vox 17-pixel sensor, a detection resolution of 384x288 and a 35mm lens. The sole UK distributor is Optical Solutions UK.  I’ll
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