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Written on: 02/05/2006 by Alex Powley (4 reviews written)
Yeah I think Airgun World is ok I wouldn't say it was brilliant. But it does have some good rifle reviews and has some tips which to me in the past has been helpful and a few too many adverts… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2008
very good but it only comes out once a month. Airgun World is everything you could want in a shooting mag great value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/02/2008
I bought the magazine every month for two and a half years. I was growing more unhappy every month because the few articles it did print were being repeated and it seemed to have more pages dedicated to adverts than to anything interesting.the final straw was when I noticed they were using a lot of the same photographs for different articles,they could not even be bothered to take new photos for an article. it seemed to me the magazines main objective is maximum profit for minimum effort… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2008 by GodBhere (1 review written)
An all round shooters magazine, any shooter who has not read this magazine, would do well to read this magazine. A true inspiration to those who head its words. … Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2005 by madog (1 review written)
To Phil Bulmer, Regarding the strip down of a Cometa Indian - Airgun World article - August 2005 issue.
The correct procedure is somewhat different.
1. Remove cocking lever and gear drive pin. Remove plastic fore end.
2. Remove casting from cylinder i.e fore and aft hex bolts, and remove drive gear from underneath cylinder. The rear stud and barrel mountings block need not be removed for any purpose. The barrel is only removed for replacement of rear plastic slider.
3. The plastic cylinder… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2005 by PStott (1 review written)
Review of Swift Premier 6-18x44 Mil Dot (688m)
I had been looking for a scope in the 4-16 or 6-24 range for some time for an extremely accurate FAC Super 10. I wanted good optics (don't we all!), good repeatability, a mil dot reticule and value for money.
I had heard of Swift on the Internet and decided to check it out. Claims of 'as good as Leupold or awfully close' had me interested. I discovered that the company had its origins in 1926 making medical and veterinary optics for industry… Read Full Review
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