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Scoped up - Using scopes with your airgun
There’s still a lot to be said about using open sights. Let’s face it, if the eyes are still working okay and the sights are a good design then these are great for most airgun shooting. Today, whilst some airguns are still supplied with opens, they may have the rear sight placed too near the eye; making them virtually unusable. One of the reasons why the pre-War BSA Lincoln Jeffries air rifle proved popular was the sight placement was so accommodating. With the rear sight far down on the barrel rather than on the action even ageing eyes could still
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HRH Prince Philip 1921-2021 – a true supporter of fieldsports and conservation
Shooting UK pay their tributes to HRH Prince Philip - Condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and Royal Family   HRH Prince Phillip has died aged 99 this morning at Windsor Castle. He will be remembered as a true countryman with a love of fishing and field sports. He was a patron of more than 800 organisations, including the World Wildlife Fund and the British Association for Shooting and Conservation and combined a commitment to conservation with a love of shooting and fieldsports.    Interviewed by Shooting Times in 1999 An interview for Shooting Times with columnist Robin Page was published in the 30 September
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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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