Stuart Wilson reviews a Danish rifle with 150 years of history behind it. It’s the Schultz & Larsen Victory in 6.5×55
Stuart Wilson gets stuck into the Remington .597, a nifty .22 semi-auto bunny shooter from one of the world’s longest-serving continuous manufacturers
Chris Parkin has the H34L red-dot sight from Aimpoint on test, and finds it a quality performer that’s easy and comfortable to use, too
This Spanish-made rifle is a quality package that’s easy on your pocket, finds Mark Ripley
Chris Parkin tests a pair of binoculars from a brand better known for its ammo than its optics, but is pleasantly impressed with the quality of the Geco Gold
Accuracy International’s AT308 is built for long-range shooting – but just how long can you go? Stuart Wilson puts some rounds on paper to find out
Chris Parkin tests the 1-6x ‘Tactical’ addition to Hawke’s flagship Frontier scope range, and finds something useful for more than just driven boar
Stuart Wilson switches things up as he tests Sako’s multicalibre rimfire in wooden-stocked .17 HMR form topped with a Burris Fullfield E1 Ballistic Plex 3-9×40
As a rule of thumb, the old saying “you get what you pay for’ is very true when it comes to buying a new rifle, but after reviewing the latest offering from the Spanish manufacturer Bergara, I wonder if that theory has been blown out of the water.
I know several full-time keepers who swear by their Accuracy International AE rifles in .243 Win and in .308 Win, which perform vermin- control duties flawlessly under sometimes quite extreme conditions.