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The Swedish M96 Target Rifle - An Unsung Hero

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 4 months ago 1586 Views No comments

The best shooting military rifle of all?

The Italian Job: Uberti 1873 Underlever Rifle

By Mark Underwood 4 months ago 1406 Views No comments

Mark Underwood takes a look at the Italian made 1873 underlever reproductions made by Uberti.

The History Makers: In-Depth Look At The History Of Uberti

By Derek Landers 5 months ago 318 Views No comments

Derek Landers takes an in-depth look at the history of Uberti. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.

Single Shot Special: A Classic From Uberti

By Bruce Potts 6 months ago 586 Views No comments

Bruce Potts takes a look at a classic from Uberti, the single shot 1885 low wall. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.

Spring 2021: New PPU Ammunition in 223, 308, 300 Blackout and 7mm Rem Mag

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 887 Views No comments

New ammunition from PPU in our Spring 2021 ammunition and components delivery!

.303 British – Bought v Reloaded Ammunition

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 1082 Views No comments

Here’s a quick cost analysis of either buying .303 British PPU factory ammunition, or handloading your own. .303 calibre is one of our most popular rounds, and one of the most popular rifle rounds in the country.

.303 Factory, Reloaded or Surplus Ammunition?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 2482 Views No comments

Shooters these days therefore have three choices; to buy surplus military ammunition, to buy new factory ammunition, or to load their own. In this blog, we’ll look at the pros and cons of each, and some costings on which will be the most budget friendly and highest quality ammunition available.

Miniature Slice Of History: Norinco The Mini Mauser

By Gun Mart 7 months ago 1719 Views No comments

Bruce Potts tries out a very familiar looking bolt action rifle from Norinco; the Mini Mauser 33/40. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 1728 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 3862 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

​History Of The Uberti Reproduction 1860 Henry Rifle

By Derek Unsworth 10 months ago 2381 Views 1 comment

America has one quintessential rifle type unique to themselves, the lever action rifle and it all started with the Henry 1860 Rifle. The lever action rifle will always be identified with the old west and today there are both historic reproductions and modern versions available to the UK shooter.


Accurate And Affordable Ammunition & Components From PPU (Prvi Partizan)

By Derek Unsworth 10 months ago 377 Views No comments

For the shooter and reloader the PPU range of ammunition and components offers a quality product at a very cost-effective price.

That Yankee Rifle You Can Load On Sunday And Shoot All Week

By Gun Mart 11 months ago 391 Views No comments

Gun Mart Magazine reviews the Uberti 1860 range of rifles, available now at Henry Krank & Co. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.

The Pedersoli Sharps Little Betsy

By Shooting Sports 1 years ago 499 Views No comments

Derek Landers takes a look at Pedersoli's Sharps Little Betsy.

Review of The Uberti Winchester 1873

By Pete Moore 1 years ago 993 Views No comments

Pete Moore at Gun Mart reviews the Uberti Winchester 1873.

Some Do, Some Don't - The Uberti LBR

By Shooting Sports 2 years ago 2099 Views No comments

Classic shooter John Northmore ponders Uberti’s long barrelled revolver based on their single-action Cattleman. Kindly supplied by Shooting Sports Magazine.

PPU Ammunition On Test

By Sporting Rifle 2 years ago 1345 Views No comments

Nick Latus tests a value-for-money round from Serbian manufacturer Prvi Partizan and is impressed with the results. Kindly supplied by Sporting Rifle Magazine.

Pedersoli Tang Sight Guide For Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 5122 Views No comments

Depending on the kind of shooting you’re doing, you’ll need the right sight to complement the right gun. When target shooting at any distance, precision and consistency is key to getting the highest scores. To that end, proper sighting is essential for good shooting. The Pedersoli range of front and rear sights are at the top of their game when it comes to aperture and silhouette sights, with the Creedmore range made specially with long range single shot rifle shooting in mind.

The Vektor ‘Land Rover Exclusive Lifestyle’ Hunting Rifle

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 1619 Views No comments

This superb rifle is among the best big game rifles money can buy. Made in 2003 with support from Land Rover South Africa, this exquisite rifle was hand finished and cased by Jurie Majoor of Pretoria, South Africa.

Uberti 1873 S.A.A - The Ned Buntline Special

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 2854 Views No comments

Legend has it that dime novelist, Ned Buntline, presented special order Colt revolvers with long barrels and detachable stocks to Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and other noted ‘Old West’ celebrities. Based on this story, the long-barreled ‘Peacemakers’ with their special target sights came to be called ‘Buntline Specials’. Revolving rifles and carbines were among the first effective repeating rifles. Models produced by Colt were carried in the Mexican War and the Apache Wars of the Old Southwest.

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The Swedish M96 Target Rifle - An Unsung Hero

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 4 months ago 1586 Views No comments

The best shooting military rifle of all?

The Italian Job: Uberti 1873 Underlever Rifle

By Mark Underwood 4 months ago 1406 Views No comments

Mark Underwood takes a look at the Italian made 1873 underlever reproductions made by Uberti.

The History Makers: In-Depth Look At The History Of Uberti

By Derek Landers 5 months ago 318 Views No comments

Derek Landers takes an in-depth look at the history of Uberti. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.

Single Shot Special: A Classic From Uberti

By Bruce Potts 6 months ago 586 Views No comments

Bruce Potts takes a look at a classic from Uberti, the single shot 1885 low wall. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart.

Spring 2021: New PPU Ammunition in 223, 308, 300 Blackout and 7mm Rem Mag

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 887 Views No comments

New ammunition from PPU in our Spring 2021 ammunition and components delivery!

.303 British – Bought v Reloaded Ammunition

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 1082 Views No comments

Here’s a quick cost analysis of either buying .303 British PPU factory ammunition, or handloading your own. .303 calibre is one of our most popular rounds, and one of the most popular rifle rounds in the country.

.303 Factory, Reloaded or Surplus Ammunition?

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 7 months ago 2482 Views No comments

Shooters these days therefore have three choices; to buy surplus military ammunition, to buy new factory ammunition, or to load their own. In this blog, we’ll look at the pros and cons of each, and some costings on which will be the most budget friendly and highest quality ammunition available.

Miniature Slice Of History: Norinco The Mini Mauser

By Gun Mart 7 months ago 1719 Views No comments

Bruce Potts tries out a very familiar looking bolt action rifle from Norinco; the Mini Mauser 33/40. Kindly supplied by Gun Mart

​Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 2: PPU 45/70

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 1728 Views No comments

For this comparison, I’ll compare the costs of 45/70 ammunition with a hand loaded counterpart. 45/70 is a fairly expensive calibre to shoot, simply due to the volume of material that is required to load it. It is a large calibre, shooting a heavy bullet, using a large case and comparatively hefty powder charge.

Price Comparison Of Bought v Reloaded Ammunition Part 1: PPU 308 Winchester

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 10 months ago 3862 Views 3 comments

Loading your own ammunition, versus buying it, is a debate as old as the hills. There are countless sources arguing one side or the other, but most focus around ifs and buts, so here is a direct comparison for cost and convenience based on how much money you could save.

​History Of The Uberti Reproduction 1860 Henry Rifle

By Derek Unsworth 10 months ago 2381 Views 1 comment

America has one quintessential rifle type unique to themselves, the lever action rifle and it all started with the Henry 1860 Rifle. The lever action rifle will always be identified with the old west and today there are both historic reproductions and modern versions available to the UK shooter.


Accurate And Affordable Ammunition & Components From PPU (Prvi Partizan)

By Derek Unsworth 10 months ago 377 Views No comments

For the shooter and reloader the PPU range of ammunition and components offers a quality product at a very cost-effective price.

That Yankee Rifle You Can Load On Sunday And Shoot All Week

By Gun Mart 11 months ago 391 Views No comments

Gun Mart Magazine reviews the Uberti 1860 range of rifles, available now at Henry Krank & Co. This article kindly supplied by Gun Mart Magazine.

The Pedersoli Sharps Little Betsy

By Shooting Sports 1 years ago 499 Views No comments

Derek Landers takes a look at Pedersoli's Sharps Little Betsy.

Review of The Uberti Winchester 1873

By Pete Moore 1 years ago 993 Views No comments

Pete Moore at Gun Mart reviews the Uberti Winchester 1873.

Some Do, Some Don't - The Uberti LBR

By Shooting Sports 2 years ago 2099 Views No comments

Classic shooter John Northmore ponders Uberti’s long barrelled revolver based on their single-action Cattleman. Kindly supplied by Shooting Sports Magazine.

PPU Ammunition On Test

By Sporting Rifle 2 years ago 1345 Views No comments

Nick Latus tests a value-for-money round from Serbian manufacturer Prvi Partizan and is impressed with the results. Kindly supplied by Sporting Rifle Magazine.

Pedersoli Tang Sight Guide For Centrefire Rifles

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 5122 Views No comments

Depending on the kind of shooting you’re doing, you’ll need the right sight to complement the right gun. When target shooting at any distance, precision and consistency is key to getting the highest scores. To that end, proper sighting is essential for good shooting. The Pedersoli range of front and rear sights are at the top of their game when it comes to aperture and silhouette sights, with the Creedmore range made specially with long range single shot rifle shooting in mind.

The Vektor ‘Land Rover Exclusive Lifestyle’ Hunting Rifle

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 1619 Views No comments

This superb rifle is among the best big game rifles money can buy. Made in 2003 with support from Land Rover South Africa, this exquisite rifle was hand finished and cased by Jurie Majoor of Pretoria, South Africa.

Uberti 1873 S.A.A - The Ned Buntline Special

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 2854 Views No comments

Legend has it that dime novelist, Ned Buntline, presented special order Colt revolvers with long barrels and detachable stocks to Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and other noted ‘Old West’ celebrities. Based on this story, the long-barreled ‘Peacemakers’ with their special target sights came to be called ‘Buntline Specials’. Revolving rifles and carbines were among the first effective repeating rifles. Models produced by Colt were carried in the Mexican War and the Apache Wars of the Old Southwest.