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What to Expect - Part 2

What should I expect, and look for, in my first budget conscience airgun? – Part 2

So lets jump into part 2 of this series. In this segment well look at the various mechanical options along with bundled optics and some of the various triggers on the market. Again, were looking at budget conscience ($250 ish) airguns. Gas Piston or Metal Spring, that IS the question Youre …

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What to Expect - Part 1

What should I expect, and look for, in my first budget conscience airgun? – Part 1

As I sit down to write this article I start to flash back to my early days of airgunning. I had no idea what to expect and every turn was another learning experience. My hope with these next two articles is to help those new to airgunning have a better understanding of what to expect and how …

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Ruger Talon .177 Pellet gun Review

Ruger Talon Part 2 – Performance, Accuracy, & Final Summary

In Part 1 of the Ruger Talon from Umarex USA we looked at the aesthetics and function. In this segment well take a look at performance, accuracy and of course our final summary. Performance Like the Ruger Air Hawk, the Ruger Talon is a 1000 FPS class airgun when shooting lightweight lead pellets. …

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Ruger Talon

Ruger Talon Part 1 – Aesthetics and Basic Function

So far 2013 has been a great year for airgunners. There are so many new products hitting the market that its easy to lose track. Umarex USA has certainly hit the ground running releasing several new airguns filled with new features. The new Ruger Talon is one of these new products. Some …

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IMG_7020

How to Sight an Airgun

Before you shoot your new gun for the first time, you must align its sights with the flight path of the BB or pellet. Even though your gun is brand new and fresh from its box, it is very likely that things are not lined up as they should be the same holds true for that new scope that your air gun …

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Crosman Hunting Targets

Which Airgun is Better or Best Part 5 – No Nonsense Small Game Hunting

Well weve reached the end of this series as we wrap up with airguns best suited for hunting applications. Before we start, lets go back over what weve covered so far. As a note, Ive kept the focus to airguns that fall under the $350 price point. Catching up… The first question …

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Gamo "Knock Down" field target squirrel

Which Airgun is “Better or Best” Part 4 – .22 Airguns

Our next group of Better or Best airguns is perhaps the most requested. The question usually comes over like this: What is the best hunting airgun for under $350 that is quiet, accurate, and is good for target practice too? So this means we are looking for something that is economical …

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Target Shooting with Airguns

What Airgun is Better or Best Part 3 – Target shooting only?

Its rare but it does happen that I speak to folks that are only interested in target shooting or plinking. There are many good reasons for someone to desire an airgun for this purpose. Trigger time is trigger time. The more time you spend on the trigger, the more you are developing muscle …

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Hatsan Mod 85 Camo Combo in .177

Which Airgun is Better or Best Part 2 – .177 caliber options.

In our first article on this topic we looked at caliber as it may relate to small game hunting and pest control. Thats a pretty narrow focus and while that may be a part of an airgunners intended purpose, most of us do more than just hunt. We also enjoy target shooting and the relaxation or entertainment …

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Which Airgun is Best?

Which Airgun is Better or Best Part I

Its certainly a common request from new airgunners: which airgun is best? Boy, talk about a loaded question. Its sort of like going up to a car dealer and asking him: Which is the best car, a Ford Focus or a 3500 GMC Diesel Truck? Its an impossible question to answer accurately …

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