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Any airgunners who stay indoors when the weather turns cold and gloomy are missing out on some fantastic sport. Winter evenings are a wonderful time to head out into the woods with an air rifle.

Woodpigeons and grey squirrels are prime woodland quarry at this time of year and if you get it right you can make some great bags. Apart from helping landowners with vital pest control, you can also provide some excellent meat for the table.

With the pheasant shooting season wrapped up, I now have free range of most of my woodland permissions and during the coming weeks I will take full advantage of

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