Thought for the day:
On a recent visit to buy a newspaper, I saw an "Airgunner" magazine in the racks. The cover looked inviting but the price of £4.99 wasn't. Shame we do not see the "Shooting Sports" magazine any more. My dear old mate, Pat Farey, helped launch the title along with Peter Moore. There was something for everyone in it, not 50% taken up with hunting articles as the others do.
Therefore, the true cost of the magazine to me is £7.35 simply because I do not read 50% of them and, none of the magazines have articles on FT shooting. Also, when testing new rifles why do they insist on telling us a gun is very accurate at 30 yards as that's the maximum hunting distance. If I had just paid nearly a £1000 for a gun, I'd want it to be bloody accurate at 55 yards!