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Orsis Varmint rifle

Development in rifle and shotgun manufacture has accelerated in recent years, with new strides towards accuracy and longevity, utilising new materials and techniques. Orsis rifles herald from Russia and are imported exclusively by Brock and Norris.…

£3,200.00

Our rating:  90%

Zoli Kronos shotgun

The Zoli Kronos shotgun has bucked the Italian trend in no uncertain terms.

£3,800.00

Our rating:  90%

Lincoln Premier Gold .410

What makes a particular model of shotgun, or range of guns, popular? You could argue that it is fashion, but that is ephemeral and rarely results in long-term interest. Perhaps we could assume it is…

£850.00

Our rating:  86%

A great-looking stalking rifle that is also a good all-round performer.

£1,280.00

Our rating:  89%

Sako Custom Rifle

Though this article focuses on the Sako custom rifle, it really covers all of the classic British custom rifles out there. Individually made from the finest materials by true domestic craftsmen and women, they…

£1,500.00
Mauser M12 Extreme

Mauser has a superb heritage in the sporting and military world and its M03 series of rifles has proven popular. The new M12 model is set to be just as well received. What separates…

£1,665.00

Our rating:  89%

CZ 455 rifle

CZ 455 .17 HMR review: Bruce Potts tests a great-value rimfire rifle that offers switch-barrel convenience and accuracy, too.

One of the smaller Italian manufacturers, Bettinsoli is nevertheless a name many British sportsmen and women will be familiar with, thanks to its importer RUAG, which is also responsible for bringing Perazzi’s guns into the UK. The Crypto…

£1,200.00

Our rating:  84%

Benelli 828U

This new over-under shotgun represents something rather rare in the world of sporting shotguns: the new and unusual. Of course, all gunmakers continually innovate in shotgun design and manufacture, but most changes tend to be incremental. The 828U offers…

£2,025.00

Our rating:  84%

Browning B725 20 bore

The Browning B725 had a lot to live up to in replacing Browning‘s ageing but extremely successful B525. Thankfully, the Belgium-based company produced a gun which has proved popular  with the public and critics alike since its…

£1,995.00

Our rating:  82%

Huglu 201HRZ hammergun

I make no secret of the fact that I have always had a fondness for hammerguns. Fifty years ago or more, they were the cheap, old-fashioned alternative and an economic buy for us young…

£755.00

Our rating:  88%

Beretta semi-auto

Beretta semi-autos hold their secondhand value well and have been leading contenders in the field for almost half a century now.

£300.00
Sako Finnfire 2 in .17 HMR

The Finnfire 2, as the name suggests, is a reincarnation of the famed Sako Finnfire rimfire from the 1990s. The Sako Quad, with its removable barrel system, replaced it, but many people felt there…

£880.00

Our rating:  87%

Described to me as a “hedgerow gun”, the question posed was, did I wish to test it? The somewhat informal description conjured up a number of thoughts, but for those readers of a more…

£649.00

Our rating:  83%

Browning Heritage

With the arrival of the B725 in 2011 it seemed that the long, celebrated life of Browning’s 525 line of guns would come to an end. With a new, slimmer action and consistently good sales since…

£5,788.00

Our rating:  86%

Beretta SV10 Perennia 20 bore

Gunmakers are often criticised for attempting to reinvent the wheel with each of their new releases, each increase in model number hiding a tiny change in designs which have been around for over 100 years. Beretta’s SV10…

£1,800.00

Our rating:  86%

beretta 692 Sporter

There are few other guns on the market that tick all the boxes for the serious clay shooter but the Beretta 692 Sporter has them all

£3,200.00
Perazzi HPX RSR Ultimate

As I stated in my review of the MX8 (June 2013), there really is no better way of entering into the world of bespoke guns than with a Perazzi. These guns are astonishingly successful on…

£15,250.00

Our rating:  86%

high pheasant shooting

When it comes to shooting high pheasants the most important thing is having experience. Lead is important. However maintaining a good line is crucial as the birds can slide a…

Browning B725

Given the reputation of the Browning 525 that’s no mean feat. The B525 is well tried and tested. Proven by the fact that it and the other models that preceded it have needed…

£2,000.00