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Hawke Sidewinder review

Chris Parkin enjoys all of the benefits of of the brand new Hawke Sidewinder 30 FFP 6-24×56. Hawke has evolved significantly over the last few years, and the brand that was so easily assumed to be for air gunners has

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CZ 452 American review

Stuart Wilson familiarises himself with the CZ 452 American – the ‘first and last’ firearm for the hunter gatherer. My introduction to shooting came at an early age: rabbiting with my dad, keeping football pitches clear of damage from quite

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Zero Compromise ZC420 review

Chris Parkin investigates the latest addition to the UK riflescope market with the ZC420 from Austrian makers Zero Compromise. Zero Compromise Optic is a new name to UK shooters, and has been taken on by RUAG to add another brand

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Perfect Precision: Stuart Wilson tests out the Ruger .22 Precision

Bringing the big-gun experience to the rimfire world? Stuart Wilson finds out if the Ruger .22 Precision can punch above its calibre. Unboxing – whether a rifle or anything else new – is one of the purest joys of life.

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