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Target Shooting

  1. An Introductory Guide to Air Rifle Scopes

    Guide to air rifle scopes As many experienced shooters know, air rifle scopes can be almost as costly as the gun themselves, with some of the higher-end scopes reaching into the mid-hundreds of pounds. Granted, this is not without reason, as the level of precision achievable with the genuinely top tier of optical devices is astounding. Continue reading →
  2. Binoculars Vs. Spotting Scope | Which To Use And When?

    Binoculars vs spotting scope There is often much debate over which optic is the best to use in which situation. Hunters, wildlife observers and target shooters each have their own opinion on which is best for each activity and why. But, is there really a definitive answer? Continue reading →
  3. A Brief Guide to Race Guns

    Target Shooting A race gun is a type of handgun, shotgun or rifle which has been modified to improve its accuracy, reliability and speed. These types of guns are primarily used in real steel practical shooting and similar competitions for the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC). Race guns are based on common guns and modified to function at their best within certain requirements of weight, size and capacity. This article features mostly on the real steel side of competitive shooting, however, competitive airsoft shooting is becoming more popular - you can read about that further down in the article. Continue reading →

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