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Hatsan Striker 1000x Vortex in .25 – Airgun Review Part 2

This is Part 2 of our review of the Hatsan Striker 1000X Vortex airgun in .25 caliber. In this segment we’ll move past aesthetics and function and jump right into: Noise level Performance, Optics, Pellet Performance, Accuracy, and of course our Final Summary. Noise Level Performance The Vortex …

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Hatsan Striker 1000x Vortex in .25 – Airgun Review Part 1

It seems that more and more airgun companies are jumping on the air spring bandwagon, and with good reason. When manufactured and executed properly, air springs provide a smoother cocking and shooting cycle and can also translate into better durability and accuracy due to less hold sensitivity. One …

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Velocity is the most important factor right?

If you are new to airguns, and you’re anything like I used to be, then you’re looking at that box, staring at 1200 FPS on the side. Obviously this means the airgun is better than the one next to it that says 1000 FPS. I mean, doesn’t it make sense that bigger is better? If only it were that simple. …

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Breakbarrel Airguns – Are They Reliable?

I often tell people that my first break barrel airgun was the Gamo Hunter 440. Truthfully however, my very first airgun was the Remington Genesis. This was my first introduction to airgunning and I was initially thrilled with my purchase. Unfortunately it was short-lived. The Genesis, which …

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An Airgun Hobbyists Tools of the Trade

Have you ever wondered if your new airgun actually reaches the up to velocities stated in the marketing? I remember when I bought my second airgun. It was a Beeman GH150 22 caliber that promised up to 800 FPS. I was unbelievably excited to get in this new gun and experience real power. As …

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Filling Your PCP Airgun

In this article we are going to look at how to fill your PCP Airgun. This can be a little confusing and overwhelming for those not accustomed to the process. One of the most asked questions I get, deals with how to fill PCP, which stands for Pre-Charged Pneumatic. Before we just jump right …

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How Loud is “Loud” – Decibel (Loudness) Comparison Chart

When you talk about noise with regards to airguns, there are way too many opinions out there. What is “loud” to me may not be “loud” to someone else. Also, manufactures use some pretty tricky language to talk about the amount of noise, not necessarily the level of noise. Let me see if I can explain. Look …

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Crosman MTR 77 NP – Part 2 – Performance & Accuracy

Noise Level Performance: An important aspect to performance relates to the backyard friendliness of an airgun. While other Nitro Piston equipped Crosman guns come in around 99 to 100 DB, the MTR 77 topped out at 104.7 DB in my indoor tests. Ill take a minute to put this into perspective …

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Crosman MTR 77 NP – Part 1 – Aesthetics and Basic Function

Its great to see companies come out with unique ideas. Whether they are new mechanical improvements, or just design changes, its fun to try out new products. Today we are going to take our first look at a very uniquely designed breakbarrel thats cast off the traditional moldings for …

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Pellets – Your airgun’s 4 basic food groups.

There are many different types of airgun pellets available in each caliber. Almost every pellet can be classified into one of four food groups. These are: wadcutter, hollowpoint, pointed, and domed. Inevitably, theyre going to be some pellets that dont fit perfectly in just one group, but …

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