We’ve been testing a few different big (huge? gigantic? epic?) bore airguns over the past few months. Models like the Gamo TC-45 and AirForce Texan SS require serious big bore airgun pellets. As a result, we’ve developed a deep and meaningful logistical relationship with the kind folks over at Hunters Supply. The company makes gajillions […]
We’re not above stealing someone else’s political slogan concept if it serves a noble purpose. Oh, and this rallying cry might be the first ever on which we can all agree. Ready? Hint: it’s related to airgun compressors. MAAA – Make Air Affordable Again If you can look past the fact that our new maxim […]
An interesting read on the physics of pellet weight and velocity from the Umarex Blog. In any given caliber or type of projectile launching device, there are three basic variables, the shape of the projectile, the mass of the projectile, and the force of the launch. Changing any of these variables results in different performance […]
The Benjamin Traveler changed my life. OK, maybe not in nearly so dramatic a way as my Prancercize lessons or dry-aged Tofu ribeye steak and wheat grass diet, but even still, I’m a happy camper. You see, back in the day, I had to get my air cylinders filled at the nearest paintball center. I’ve […]
Rimfire rifles chambered in the ubiquitous .22LR caliber have roamed the earth nearly as long as dinosaurs and my Toyota Sequoia. There are good reasons for that. Rounds are cheap. They have enough power to satisfy most plinking desires and to make mincemeat of tins of SPAM. They’re accurate. Their noise level is a fraction […]
When the spouse is away, the kids will play.
If the above statement applies to you, I’m not judging – really. In fact, and just hypothetically speaking, I might be making a bit of a confession. You see, I work out of the home and have a pile of airguns sitting on my desk at any given time. I could be a responsible adult and pack them up in my Sequoia for a range trip. Or, I could get creative and set up ranges around my house. Heck, I’ve got a yard, a garage, and for especially hot days here in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, air conditioning inside the house. Sounds like a perfect recipe for a little airgun fun. Isn’t that one of the big benefits of airguns anyway? To be able to shoot them safely most anywhere? That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
The Airgun Dueling Tree has four 3 ½”steel plates that dodge from side to side when hit, providing constant shooting action. The heavy steel construction ensures the targets will stand up well to long-term range use. The Dueling Tree Airgun Target Stand consists of a canted stand with four stable legs that makes shooting safe. […]
ELEY has extended their product line to include .177 caliber air pellets, ELEY ventus. ELEY is the world’s most accurate competition .22LR ammunition manufacturer and ELEY pellets will follow suit. ELEY ventus air pellets are a result of years of research and development and are manufactured from all raw material. ELEY ventus pellets are made […]