AirForce Texan Review – Part 1 by AirgunWeb
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About this Video:
The AirForce Texan hit the scene in 2015 like a class 5 storm. Currently, It produces more power than any other commercially produced airgun you can buy off the shelf. Sticking with AirForce’s proven design, the Texan is elegantly simple and extremely easy to operate. In this Part 1 review, we’ll look at the 4 ammo choices from Air Venruri and also get baseline for accuracy with each option.
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