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Mark Camoccio looks at junior air rifles that are built with the younger shooter in mind
The aesthetics, the workmanship, the capabilities, the engineering or even just the name are just a few things that people like about guns. Well here is a list of a few of those names who just got everything right!
Mark Camoccio gets hands-on with an updated, ante-upped version of Air Arm’s TX200 and finds a reborn rifle with much to recommend…
Mark Camoccio tests the Air Arms S200 with the new multi-shot conversion kit fitted
Mark Camoccio shows off the features of a high quality air pistol from Air Arms.
Mark Camoccio checks out the Air Arms Alfa Pro Air Sport C – a match air pistol that could be your fi rst step towards an Olympic medal!
Competitive straight out of the box! Mark Camoccio presents the EV2 MkIII; purpose built and feature...
Former FT World Champion, James Osborne, gives his opinion on the new Air Arms EV2 Mk2, and in particular the new FT stock
Mark Camoccio takes a look at the latest Air Arms EV2 MKII with its newly revamped stock
Mark Camoccio talks through the changes he has made to his very own Air Arms FTP...
Pat Farey looks at Air Arms latest and best Field Target and Hunter Field Target rifle...
Mark Camoccio tests the much anticipated Air Arms FTP900 field target rifle – was it worth the wait?... Too right it was!
Air Arms have joined the bullpup brigade with the new Galahad; Graham Allen gets to grips with a pre-production example…
Mark Camoccio looks at a classy, walnut-stocked ‘sportpup’ from Air Arms, the Galahad Carbine…
Mark Camoccio gives us his thoughts on Air Arms’ latest design, which they call a Sportpup
Mark Camoccio talks us through his latest stock for competition use.
Mark Camoccio tests this HFT competition ready model from Air Arms
Mark Camoccio tries the Air Arms HFT500 – a specialist model for this exciting sport…
Mark Camoccio brushes up on his 10m Match shooting skills to tackle the Air Arms S400 MPR 10M Sporter
Mark Camoccio sees that some designs just never get old, as he looks at a classic underlever from Air Arms