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Airgun Shooter - March 2013

Airgun Shooter - March 2013

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Airgunning enjoyed a sensational 2012, with the Olympics and some truly stunning product launches making it a year to remember. As such, we decided to commemorate a vintage 12 months in our Airgun Shooter Awards 2012 – the bumper reader poll that establishes your favourite airguns and accessories of 2012. In our March 2013 issue, we bring you the results. There are several categories, including the big one… Airgun of the Year 2012. There can only be one winner – and it’s a stunner! But we’re not just looking back in our March issue – far from it. As usual, Airgun Shooter brings you the latest product reviews. This month, editor Nigel Allen has two stunning break-barrel springers on test: the Norica Black Eagle and the Diana 280K. But which of these ‘traditional’ European air rifles gets his seal of approval? We also get an exclusive look at the new product from Umarex’s Hammerli line. Fans of the ‘black stuff’ won’t be able to tear their eyes away from this synthetic-stocked rifle. Expect to see Airgun Shooter’s regular features, too, including top-calibre hunting advice from Ian Barnett and Mat Manning; workshop tips from Lyn Lewington; and Mark Camoccio’s head-to-head gun test, which focuses this time on pneumatic pistols. Plus this month we have a particularly unique DIY feature on casting your own airgun parts. For all this and more, pick up the latest copy of Airgun Shooter today!

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