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ECONOMY MODELS (both spring-powered)

Remington Express (RRP £160) A traditionally styled, no-frills, good-value gun. The wooden stock is good (although the comb is a little low for a scope). It comes with open sights as well as a simple but adequate 4x32 scope.

Again, this offers lots for the money. It’s a lighter gun with an ergonomic polymer stock of modern form and adjustable open (fibre-optic) sights. A £50

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