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Buying your first Airgun – Part 5

These next two articles should wrap things up for this series. We’ve been over a lot of topics and we certainly didn’t hit all the options, but I hope that it’s been useful to help folks narrow down their choices when looking for a new airgun. In this final segment, I’ll go over some basic requirements …

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Gamo "Knock Down" field target squirrel

Buying your first Airgun – Part 4

Please allow me to bring everyone up to speed. In part 1 we looked at FPS marketing claims and how they can be misleading when choosing your first airgun. In part 2 we looked at how a single airgun class can be utilized to fill many different roles depending on caliber and pellet choices. In part 3 we …

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Umarex Steel Force CO2 BB Gun .177 Cal BB Machine Gun

Buying your first Airgun – Part 3

In part 1 of “Buying your first airgun” I laid out how FPS alone is not a good measure for whether or not an airgun meets muster. It can certainly help identify the potential energy that a particular model can produce, but it’s not the definitive measure. In part 2 I looked at how a single airgun power …

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H&N Baracuda Match, .177 Cal, 10.65 Grains, Round Nose 500ct

Buying Your First Airgun – Part 2

I’ve talked quite a bit about how judging an airgun based strictly on the FPS claims on the box can lead you down the wrong path. Let me try and further explain how this all works as I believe I’ve finally come up with a good way to describe it. Same engine, different results… A little over a …

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Gamo Fusion Whisper IGT

Buying your first Airgun – Part 1

Are you new to airguns? Are you confused as to what may be the best choice for your needs? Here are some things you want to consider when working through the various options. FPS is NOT what determines a rifle’s effectiveness These days, manufacturers “sell” their airguns based on how fast they …

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Morph 3x Pistol to Rifle - Step 4, remove the co2 cover from the pistol and slide on the rear stock

Umarex Morph 3x Co2 Airgun " Part 2

In part two of the Morph 3X I’ll take a look at it configured as a long barreled pistol and as a rifle. The ability for this product to transform itself into three unique shooting platforms makes it a one-of-a-kind airgun. Let’s go ahead and get started. A really long pistol Converting the standard …

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Initial 10 yard group with the Wood Stock NP2 .22 cal and JSB 14.3 pellets

The Benjamin Trail NP2 – Part 4

UPS picked up the Synthetic .22 Cal Benjamin Trail NP2 just the other day. Fortunately I had already received the replacement NP2, this time in wood vs synthetic. I’ve gained a lot of knowledge already about this new line of airguns from Crosman and Im eager to see the similarities and also the differences …

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BSPP / NPT ?

What’s the difference and why do I care? One of the most difficult learning curves in airgunning is figuring out what fitting does what when trying to fill your new PCP airgun. With the shortage and expense of .22 LR these days, more and more people are moving to PCP airguns as an alternative. This …

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Trail NP2 .22 w/ Crosman Premiers at 10 Yards

The Benjamin Trail NP 2 Synthetic – Part 3

It’s time to start seeing what the new NP2 synthetic can do from the bench. As always I setup my 10 yard indoor range to get a baseline of what this little rifle can do. It always takes some time to get going, so I started by putting about 100 pellets down range. Getting in some bench time. Let’s start …

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NP2 - Second Gen Nitro Piston

The Benjamin Trail NP2 .22 Synthetic – Part 2

Before you can really do a proper review of an airgun, you need to be certain that you are through the prerequisite break-in period. That will be shorter for some and longer for others. Generally speaking, gas ram driven airguns tend to need less time than their metal spring powered cousins, so I’m not …

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