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pigeon shooting cartridges

Pigeon shooting cartridges review: Charles of Just Cartridges zooms in on three new woodpigeon loads that deliver both great knock down power, and terrific value for money.

Bruce Potts tests a range of .22WMR cartridges, from flat-shooting loads to deep penetrators, and finds them ideal for all kinds of vermin.

The Webley & Scott Junior .410 is an over-under, which most youngsters learning to shoot will want to use, and has a specially shortened stock and 26" barrels, ideal for…

£595.00
ATA Arms SP Silver

Overall the ATA Arms SP Silver is not a bad gun, especially when one considers the price

£495.00
Purdey 20 bore sporter

Gun reviews: Purdey 20-Bore Sporter shotgun: This over-under is built by the London firm in association with Perugini & Visini, but it would be a mistake to think of it…

Secondhand B. Rizzini shotgun

Gun reviews: Secondhand B. Rizzini shotgun: Around 25 years ago, if you wanted an entry-level shotgun and had set your sights slightly higher than a Baikal, you might have chosen…

£1,000.00

Gun reviews: Beretta Jubilee shotgun review: Alex Flint asks if this mid-range entry into Beretta’s line of premium shotguns can match up to its bigger, more famous brothers.

Steel shot cartridges: Can steel shot be used for pigeon shooting? Lewis Potter tests a variety from his cartridge bag.

Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun

Gun reviews: Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun: After reading favourable reviews, Jack splashed out on a Remington Versa Max semi-auto for coastal wildfowling. But did it meet expectations?

£1,800.00

Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun: After reading favourable reviews, Jack splashed out on a Remington Versa Max semi-auto for coastal wildfowling. But did it meet expectations?