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Reximex Myth

Looking at the Reximex Myth Turkey has been a hotbed for new air rifles in recent years, many pitched at the low to middle end of the PCP financial spectrum.…

£599.00
BP17 Micro Bullpup

Looking at the BP17 Micro Bullpup  It seems only a few years ago that bullpups arrived on the airgun scene, being quickly dismissed in some circles as a fad that…

£1,049.00

Our rating:  84%

Simplicity and affordability are among the biggest attractions of airgun shooting. Even these days, when super-expensive airguns decked out with all kinds of sophisticated gizmos grab attention on social media…

Many shooters regard Weihrauch air rifles as some of the best in the world, and for very good reason. Almost as many make the mistake of thinking that the HW110 is a…

With so many products on the market, choosing the right one can be something of a minefield, especially as the ability to try before you buy is often limited. Making…

FX Impact MkII Compact

There is no denying that we are witnessing a serious trend for smaller and smaller bullpup airguns – a phenomenon that I regard as being good and bad in equal…

Our rating:  89%

There is simply no stopping the current rampage of bullpup airguns. I’m not sure whether it’s down to their looks or compact proportions, but there certainly is a tremendous hunger…

Weihrauch HW100 BP

There is a hunger for bullpup airguns, and Weihrauch has served up a stubby version of its super-successful HW100. Weihrauch doesn’t like to do things in a hurry, and its…

£1,140.00

Our rating:  90%

Few shooters would argue that when it comes to filling a PCP with compressed air, the simplest way is to decant it from a main charging cylinder, which makes the…

FX Airguns has a reputation for making some of the finest bullpups in the world, so it’s no surprise that this company’s leading the charge with the FX Impact MKII…

The Air Arms S510 Ultimate Sporter is widely regarded as one of the best airguns out there and, as someone who shoots one regularly, I wouldn’t argue with that. Setting…

The new FX Maverick will reinforce FX’s reputation for making some of the finest PCPs in the world and taking an unconventional approach, and not being afraid to do things…

Weihrauch HW 110 STK

Mike Morton gets his hands on Weihrauch’s compact carbine, the HW 110 STK, to find out whether small really is beautiful

£684.00

Our rating:  86%

Daystate refuses to stand still when it comes to pushing the boundaries of airgun design. The British gunmaker set a new standard for adjustability when it launched the electronically tunable…

While many of us started out with a springer, the PCP is now the dominant airgun powerplant, with its on-board air reservoir offering maximum ease of use and minimum physical…

£499.99

There is a great appetite for airguns that stand out from the crowd, and Brocock airguns usually meet that demand in their own way. The subject of this review goes…

£1,244.00