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Air Arms Alfa Pistol

A fine introduction to competition pistol shooting The Alfa pistol has more performance features than many airguns twice its size, and twice its cost. Within its recoilless, precharged pneumatic action, a power regulator has been installed to maintain consistency of muzzle energy and because the air reservoir is in the pistol’s stippled walnut grip, the Alfa’s balance is excellent and assists on-aim stability. Further stability comes from the slots in the pistol’s barrel shroud, which form an anti-flip muzzle brake, and the mounting rail at the base of the shroud which accepts the supplied counterweight for perfect balance. The match-type Read More

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Date: February 24, 2017

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Air Arms Pro Sport

Supreme styling meets world class function It is a widely held opinion, that no airgun in the world combines the degree of mechanical function and stylish design of the Pro Sport. When you look at the rifle, it’s hard to disagree with that opinion and when you shoot the Pro Sport, it’s even more so. A significant part of that reputation came courtesy of input from one of the most respected air rifle technicians in the business, thus being Ken Turner. Ken Turner’s genius brought the ‘factory tuned’ element to the TX range and into the Pro Sport. It also Read More

Date: January 27, 2017

Air Arms – A Gift For Generations

This is the story of a little boy called Haydn who loves the great outdoors and all things related to Airguns. When he hears his Uncle in the gunroom, Haydn decides to take a peek at what’s going on!  Little does he know that his uncle is in fact, preparing the family #S200 for him. #AirArms – A Gift For Generations #Christmas

Date: November 25, 2016

Air Arms S510 Carbine

An effortless action with stealth as standard. The Air Arms S510 takes the proven 400 series format and gives it a new level of sophistication. This refined sporter is all about quiet precision. With its sidelever cocking and loading system effortlessly presenting each pellet to the barrel, it’s easy to cycle the S510’s action without even taking your eye from the scope. Accuracy is the foundation of all Air Arms rifles so expect impressively tight groups at all realistic hunting ranges, with plenty of potential in reserve. Inside the S510 its balanced firing valve metres the power, promoting the consistency Read More

Date: August 4, 2016

Air Arms FTP900 Field Target Rifle

Three essential elements have come together to achieve success in field target shooting.  Those elements are performance, precision and control, and you’ll find the ultimate versions of all three in the Air Arms FTP900 field target rifle. The FTP900 will fit you and your shooting style with pinpoint precision. A full-specification match trigger system, extended scope mounting rail, world-class competition barrel, plus fold-away spirit level and windicator arm, add yet more control and match winning potential, leaving you to be the best you can possibly be. The FTP900 is the finest field target rifle in the world-because it was made Read More

Date: June 30, 2016

Pigeon Shooting with the Air Arms S510 Ultimate Sporter Extra

Today on Team Wild TV,  Steve Wild and Big Steve are out on a dairy farm looking for some unwanted guests. They are equipped with the Air Arms S510 Extra FAC Ultimate Sporter and its little baby brother the S510 Carbine. For more information visit www.air-arms.co.uk

Date: April 22, 2016

Rat Shooting With Paul Hodson

After a busy night rat shooting with his Air Arms S510 air rifle, we caught up with Team Wild TV expert and night vision specialist Paul Hodson and ask him a few questions. How important is pest control? – Pest control is vitality important. With out it crops are destroyed and diseases are spread. The cost of food production increase to cover the cost of lost food to vermin. What’s the most challenging aspect of rat shooting? – Locating their runs! If you can find a rat superhighway then you should be able to sort out the pesky critters. Do Read More

Date: February 18, 2016

The Best of Air Arms 2015

Team Wild’s Air Power has seen some incredible moments in 2015. Today, we look back at some of our favourite moments of the year… It’s The Best of Air Arms 2015! We can’t wait for what 2016 has in store!! Please see below for the full videos that were featured. A popular holiday resort has been infested with a few winged critters, so Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber and his Air Arms S410 TDR have been brought in to take out a few. Team Air Arms are competing at the World Hunter Field Target Championship. 360 shooters from 11 Read More

Date: December 17, 2015

Air Arms Factory Tour with Team Wild TV Expert Matt Dubber

Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber travelled across two continents to the UK and took a tour of Air Arms Headquarters. Afterwards we caught up with Matt and asked him a few questions about his visit. What did you enjoy most about your visit to the Air Arms factory? It was awesome to see how the rifles were made, but even better to be able to put faces to the people behind the design of the guns. I felt right at home from the moment I walked through the door, and was instantly treated like family. You would think that Read More

Date: November 12, 2015

Air Gun Pest Control – Rat Shooting

Load Up The Air Rifle And Aim The Crosshairs…The Brand New Episode Of Team Wild’s Air Power Is Here!! It’s time for another epic airgun shooting session. On today’s episode, we join Team Wild TV expert and Night Vision Specialist Paul Hodson as he undertakes a rodent removal mission for a local farmer. When it comes to farm management rodent disposal is very crucial. Rats are very common animals to find within farmlands, you can often spot them hiding within the barns amongst the hay bales. They can spread serious diseases such as Leptospira, Toxoplasma gondii, and Campylobacter, not forgetting Read More

Date: September 17, 2015

Benjamin Bulldog Big Bore Air Rifle Hunting in South Africa: Red Hartebeest

We’re back in the Bushveld of the Eastern Cape in South Africa for another exciting airgun hunting safari. Today on Realtree Global Hunting, Chief of International Pro Team Ian Harford returns to the Dark Continent with the amazing Benjamin Bulldog .357 Big Bore Air Rifle from Crosman. Accompanied by Gavin Ingram of Nduna Hunting Safaris, Ian heads out on the hunt for red hartebeest. South Africa is considered by many to be home of big game hunting and on iconic destination for adventurous from across the globe. The tough terrain, the plethora of game and the challenging hunting conditions makes Read More

Date: September 10, 2015

Britain’s Best Gun Shops: John Bradshaw’s Gun Shop

Are You Looking For A Gun Shop That Specialises In All Of You’re Shooting Needs? … Then look no further; John Bradshaw’s Gun Shop is here for you. Set up by John Bradshaw himself in 1981, this family run business is dedicated to supplying first class services. The shop has a wide range of sporting rifles, optics, shotguns, ammunition and accessories on display, creating one of the best gun shopping experiences in the region. Marcus Simpson and the team offer a service that is second to none. They provide each customer with real expertise and advice that is perfect for the Read More

Date: August 3, 2015

Airgun Hunting: Starling Pest Control in South Africa

It’s time for some airgun hunting, today on Team Wild TV. We join Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber as he is out working pest control for a popular holiday resort in South Africa. Starlings are very problematic birds in South Africa and cause havoc in their environments. Numbers have massively increased and controlling the population is critical. Matt has been brought in by management of this favoured holiday spots This is a very important case of vermin removal as the starlings can overrun an area and if left unintended could ruin the resorts reputation. Due to the location and Read More

Date: June 28, 2015

Pellet Speed and Accuracy – Don’t be fooled!

Team Wild TV Expert Matt Dubber explains why a faster shooter might not always be the most accurate!! “The faster your gun can shoot, the more accurate it will be”. It has to be true, right?  The answer is a little more complicated then that. Sure, a higher velocity will result in a flatter trajectory, but there are more factors at play than one may think. Let’s take a closer look at these factors, shall we? To answer the question of Pellet Speed vs Accuracy, we need to first understand why a pellet was designed the way it was. Have Read More

Date: April 2, 2015

Hunting in 2015- What our experts have to say!!

We hear from a few more of our experts here at Team Wild TV, giving you their tips for successful hunting in 2015.  Matt Cole: If you want to claim your record bag this year make sure you do your homework, watch the flight lines and check the weather forecast, it will make the difference. Craig Jackson – Best Fox Call: After you’ve called a fox in and shot it don’t be so hasty to go and pick it up. Carry on calling for a few minutes as there may be another one lurking in back ground. If it’s watched Read More

Date: February 27, 2015

Up-close with the Air Arms HFT 500

Here I am getting up close and personal with the Air Arms HTF-500 rifle. To properly set up your rifle for competition, you need to use the same equipment as you would in a shoot. First you need to set out your targets at various ranges from 8 yards to 45 yards. I check aimpoints at 1 yard increments up to 25 yards and 2.5 yard increments thereafter. I usually take the air tank out to the range with me to save heading back into the house every few minutes. Filling the HFT500 is a doddle thanks to the familiar Read More

Date: January 30, 2015