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Test rifle set up with 4-12x50 Hawke HD scope.

Hatsan Carnivore Review

In November of 2014 Blaine Manifold, the CEO of Hatsan USA made a trip out to our offices here at AGD. He brought along some of the new product that the folks at Hatsan had planned to release for 2015. We were excited to say the least. After showing us 4 or 5 models, Blaine asked what we thought would …

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Mosin Nagant M1891 – Part 2

The short answer to my subtitle question is “a lot.” Once you’ve handled the little M1891 you’ll understand why it’s such a neat piece of history. While it’s not practical, and not powerful (by today’s standards) all that fades away once you start sending BBs down range. Getting it ready to shoot Before …

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Mosin Nagant Alloy Bolt Assembly

Mosin Nagant M1891 – Part 1

SHOT was, as always, a time to see all the new products that are scheduled to hit the store shelves sometime later this year. One of the companies that caught my eye was Gletcher. They have several new products as part of the Airgun Depot arsenal, and the one that I thought would interest me the least …

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Walther LGU - 20 yards .34" CTC

The Walther LGU .22 Caliber – Part 2

There are times where things just come together. This is one of those times. My first task was to find the right scope. I opted for the Hawke 4-12×40 AO Panorama EV scope. This optic is one of my all-time favorites. It has a floating, 1/2 mil-dot, illuminated etched glass reticle, as well as Hawke’s …

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The Walther LGU .22 Caliber – Part 1

Some 8 or 9 years ago when I first started shooting airguns, the thought of spending $600 on an airgun, not including a scope, was really unthinkable. There was just “no way” that it made sense in any realm of possibility. Now look at me… This same principle exists across the board; it’s funny how …

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Walther LGV Master .177 JSB 8.4 Grain - I pulled one shot to the bottom left. The main group is 5 shots in 1 hole.

Walther LGV Master .177 Review " Part 3

I was hoping to get out and do some shooting outdoors, but the weather’s been cold, windy, and I’m fighting a cold. Since I’m trying to get better and not worse, I setup at my 10 yard heated, indoor range for some extended pellet testing. When time permits, I’ll catch everyone up on the 20 yard performance …

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Walther LGV Master .177 Review – Part 2

Let me say right up front, that the Walther spring guns series, which now includes the LGU underlever, are premium airguns that come at a premium price. They are also built around precision accuracy over maximum power, which means that they are probably going to appeal to a more discriminating, and probably …

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Walther LGV Technology

Walther LGV Master .177 Review – Part 1

There’s an aggressive marketing push that has caused a lot of consumers, specifically new airgunners just getting into the sport, to just focus on gas ram or nitro piston airguns, and to consider traditional metal spring powered airguns as somehow sub-standard. What’s interesting regarding this train …

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Leapers Scope Mount Base, Fits RWS Diana 34, 36, 38, 45 & 350 Magnum, Compensates for Droop & Stops Scope Shift

Scoping the RWS 34 – Part 1

It’s time to get back to my RWS 34 .177. In my opinion, every airgun hobbyist should own an RWS 34 at some point in their lives. I don’t know that you can truly call yourself an airgunner if you haven’t! But, that’s just my opinion. My RWS 34 .177 is through the break-in period and shooting very well. …

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Umarex Fuel - 10 yards with H&N Baracuda Match - Shooting from the Bi-Pod

Umarex Fuel .177 – Part 2

Before I launched into part 2 of the review, I decided to take my own advice and mount a Hawke 2-7×32 AO Sport HD IR scope to this rifle. I used the mounts that came with the Fuel which seem to be adequate so far. The reasons I opted to replace the scope are as follows; 1. I had a 2-7×32 AO sitting on …

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