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Range Testing the .357 and .30 Hatsan BT65 QE Prototypes

My friend and I headed up to the range a couple of days ago. As I was packing the truck I noticed that I was down to my last partial tin of .35 JSB pellets. Fortunately I …

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Hatsan BT65 Big Bore Airguns – .35 / 9mm

I’ve had the Hatsan Big Bore airguns in the shop for a little over a week. They’ve done a great job at taking a proven platform and adapting it for Big Bore use. I gave Hatsan …

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Hatsan BT65 Quiet Energy with a twist…

Earlier this year at the 2014 SHOT Show, Hatsan USA unveiled their answer for airgunners looking for quiet, hard hitting, accurate, and affordable PCP airguns. Their Quiet …

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From the Mailbag – .177 vs .22 for hunting

Heres another very typical question that comes up over and over. Since weve been talking about hunting and hunting airguns, it seems to be a good time to address it. …

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Basic airgun Hunting Guidelines

So here’s the rub and it comes down to the difference of what “can” be done and what “should” be done. Can a 500 FPS airgun kill a squirrel? Under the right circumstances, …

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The Evanix Max ML .357 Bullpup steals the show!

As I mentioned in my previous article, I’ve been away from the office and out at our TX ranch. It affords me the wonderful opportunity to shoot just about whatever I want, …

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Testing your Skills in the Field

My plan was to take some time while out here in the West Texas desert to pull out the big bores for a little testing. Unfortunately, weather and schedules have prevented that …

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From the Mailbag – PCP inherently flawed or just misunderstood?

I’ve been hit with several questions recently about PCPs and shot count. I’ve been posting a lot of PCP videos so I guess the questions make sense. There’s a general consensus …

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What to do when you get a new airgun – Part 3

Now that I’ve gotten through the break in period, it’s time to see where we are for velocity and consistency, and also accuracy. So it’s back to the chronograph to see if …

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What to do when you get your new airgun? – Part 2

There are some common mistakes made by new airgunners that cause them some real headaches as they first start out. The biggest misconception is that spring / gas ram airguns …

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