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Author Archives: Rick Eutsler

IASS – International Air Shooting Sports

I love to shoot. I think I’ve mentioned that before in the past. In fact, I’m not partial all that much to what I’m shooting so long that I get to go shoot something. Heck, I was just looking at Nerf guns the other day for me and my 8 year old to use around the property. While I may be open to shooting …

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More fun with Airguns

As my family get’s more and more involved with airguns, I’m having to think of creative ways to add just plain fun into the mix. I can sit and shoot paper targets all day, but the rest of the family likes to see things get blasted so smithereens. Recently I posted some articles about shooting safe …

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Quiet Airguns Part 2

In the last article I was discussing spring guns and the mechanical noise they produce. Also, how utilizing a gas ram or nitro piston can reduce the buzzing and other secondary noises that go along with traditional metal spring powered airguns. In part 2, Im going to walk through the basics …

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Shooting Quiet Airguns – Part 1

Shooting on our own property, often in city or town limits, has been a hot topic for a while now. Its important to not only know the basic legalities of can I shoot or cant I shoot, but also understand what other rules and regulations may come into play. Ill use my own town for an example …

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Shooting Gallery Fun

Being able to get some trigger time right on your own property is a real treat and Airguns go a long way to making that happen. While not every community allows for the discharge of airguns in city or town limits, those that do expect property owners to be responsible about their actions. Most recently …

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Shooting Safe on your property – Part 2

In Part 1 of how to shoot safely on your property we looked briefly at the importance of looking up your local laws and restrictions, and we also looked at ways to trap BBs, both airsoft and metal, so they stay put and don’t ricochet. But what about pellets? Stopping low energy lead pellets There are …

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Shooting Safe on your property – Part 1

This is probably going to be an ongoing series, so I’ll try to keep the numbers in order as we go along. The first thing you need to know, and I say know, not assume, is exactly what’s legal to shoot in your area. There are so many things that can enter into this equation; and the last thing you would …

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Mosin Nagant M1891 – Part 2

The short answer to my subtitle question is “a lot.” Once you’ve handled the little M1891 you’ll understand why it’s such a neat piece of history. While it’s not practical, and not powerful (by today’s standards) all that fades away once you start sending BBs down range. Getting it ready to shoot Before …

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Mosin Nagant M1891 – Part 1

SHOT was, as always, a time to see all the new products that are scheduled to hit the store shelves sometime later this year. One of the companies that caught my eye was Gletcher. They have several new products as part of the Airgun Depot arsenal, and the one that I thought would interest me the least …

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The Quest for Air – Part 2

If it was a stretch to consider spending $200 on a 300 PSI aluminum tank, plus another $100 for the fill yoke, it was completely out of the question to even consider some of the 4500 PSI solutions. That was until I did the math. Time for math class So here was the test. I was provided an Air Venturi …

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