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HW50 Airgun / Pellet gun Review – Part 3

It’s always a process to really get in there and test a new airgun. It takes a lot of time and patience and a pretty steady hand too. I enjoy the process and I enjoy sharing the results even more. In part 3 of this review of the Weihrauch HW50S, we are going to take our 7 pellets from our velocity …

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HW50 Airgun / Pellet gun Review – Part 2

The HW50 .22 cal airgun is supposed to shoot up to 574 feet per second. These velocities, unless otherwise noted, are usually measured with lightweight lead pellets. Some manufactures will test with alloy pellets and post “up to” velocities for both Lead and Lead free. Gamo is a good example. Their …

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Weihrauch HW50S .22 Cal Breakbarrel Air Rifle Review – Part 1

When it comes to spring guns, you can have extreme power, or extreme accuracy, but I’m not sure for certain that you can have both. I’ve never seen it work out in the years I’ve been testing airguns anyway. The sweet spot is to find a quality airgun that has great accuracy WITH sufficient power to …

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Bi-pods and Spring Guns?

So you just got your new breakbarrel airgun and you are wanting to wring out the most accuracy. Now, if I were talking about a Ruger 10/22 it would be pretty simple; mount a good scope, get some good ammunition, attach a bi-pod, find a comfortable place to shoot and thats about all you need. That’s …

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Air Venturi G4 Hand Pump & Filling PCPs – Part 2

In our first article we took a look at what’s required to get the Air Venturi G4 hand pump up and going for the Hatsan ATP-2 Tactical Carbine / Pistol. But what if you have more than one PCP airgun? For most of us, opening up the “bag” on PCP airgunning is a lot like opening a bag of Lays potato …

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Air Venturi G4 Hand Pump & Filling PCPs – Part 1

While this article may seem a bit simplistic to many airgunners, you’d be surprised just how often the issue comes up. While consulting with a prominent airgun manufacture, I would often work with customers wanting to return their new PCP airguns because they were “leaking” or not able to be filled …

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I can buy a “real” gun for that money…

I’ve heard it seven ways till Sunday with people comparing the cost of “Airguns” to “Real” guns. In the end it’s not about the money, it’s about the shooting and the sport. Let me try to explain. In the Beginning I need to back up a bit because in the beginning I was one of the ones that claimed …

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Understanding more about scopes and angles

If you are a shooter that relies on optics to get the job done, then you know exactly why your mounting hardware and scope setup is so important. You may have a great scope and a great airgun, but if the equipment that connects the two is not up to par, and it’s not setup correctly, then you’ll always …

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The Anatomy of an Airgun Scope Part 2

In our last article we looked at the basics of what makes up your typical airgun scope. As we move forward with part two, were going to take a look at some of the advanced features found on many of today’s modern airgun scopes. Variable power One of the benefits of scoping your air rifle is the ability …

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The Anatomy of an Airgun Scope Part 1

There’s a lot more to an Airgun Scope than meets the eye. More and more airguns come bundled with them, some are decent while others make good paperweights. How do you know what to look for when making an airgun purchase that includes a bundled optic? Or, how do you know how to pick the right optical …

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