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The Walther LGU .22 Caliber – Part 2

There are times where things just come together. This is one of those times. My first task was to find the right scope. I opted for the Hawke 4-12×40 AO Panorama EV scope. This optic is one of my all-time favorites. It has a floating, 1/2 mil-dot, illuminated etched glass reticle, as well as Hawke’s […]

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The Walther LGU .22 Caliber – Part 1

Some 8 or 9 years ago when I first started shooting airguns, the thought of spending $600 on an airgun, not including a scope, was really unthinkable. There was just “no way” that it made sense in any realm of possibility. Now look at me… This same principle exists across the board; it’s funny how […]

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WARNING! WARNING!

For all you long time airgunners out there, you may find this article a bit tedious. But, for those new to airguns, I hope that you will take the time to read it. What’s more important, I hope you take it to heart. It just may save the life of your new airguns. Dieseling is […]

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Saying Bye to 2014 and Hello to 2015!

2014 proved to be a very interesting year in airguns. There were new airguns released boasting great new technologies. Some were successful, some are still waiting to be successful…. Anyway, the point is that the industry is constantly evolving with new products being created and released each year. The place to see all this new […]

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Walther LGV Master .177 Review – Part 3

I was hoping to get out and do some shooting outdoors, but the weather’s been cold, windy, and I’m fighting a cold. Since I’m trying to get better and not worse, I setup at my 10 yard heated, indoor range for some extended pellet testing. When time permits, I’ll catch everyone up on the 20 […]

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Walther LGV Master .177 Review – Part 2

Let me say right up front, that the Walther spring guns series, which now includes the LGU underlever, are premium airguns that come at a premium price. They are also built around precision accuracy over maximum power, which means that they are probably going to appeal to a more discriminating, and probably older customer base. […]

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Walther LGV Master .177 Review – Part 1

There’s an aggressive marketing push that has caused a lot of consumers, specifically new airgunners just getting into the sport, to just focus on gas ram or nitro piston airguns, and to consider traditional metal spring powered airguns as somehow sub-standard. What’s interesting regarding this train of thought, is that the majority of the most […]

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Hatsan BT65 .35 Big Bore Update

So the last time I talked about the Hatsan BT65 big bore rifles, the .30 cal was about perfect, with the exception of shot count, and the .35 cal needed just a little tweaking on power and range, as shot count was pretty darn good. Well, I’ve got a bit of an update for you […]

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Crosman 1322 Premier Shooter’s Kit

There are some airguns that every airgunner should own. It’s not about the power, or the build quality per say, it’s about the fact that they are iconic airguns that speak to the longevity and history of this great sport. The Crosman 1322 is the .22 caliber version of the 1377. It’s a multi-pump pistol […]

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Scoping the RWS 34 – Part 3

Now to the fun part. Or, at least what I find is the fun part. Unfortunately many new airgunners find this part of the job VERY frustrating. Before we start, let’s take a look at what’s going on in general. Do you remember right triangles? When you sight in a scope you are adjusting the […]

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