Here’s some quick thoughts about the practice of using Gamo PBA alloy pellets for testing airguns. Good / Bad / Doesn’t Matter??
For all those that say Gamo PBA alloy pellets are a gimmick to increase velocity claims… I want… Continue reading
AR2079A Airgun Review
By: Airgun Spymaster
Written from an undisclosed location in his top secret airgun lab, this AR2079A Airgun Review has been brought to you by the Airgun Spymaster. Want to know more about him? We could tell… Continue reading
Rick reviews the new AirForce Texan Big Bore PCP and gives us a baseline for performance and accuracy with the top 4 Air Venturi ammo choices. 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. Continue reading
The Benjamin Bulldog is certainly not a traditionally styled airgun. It’s bulky and built around a lot of plastic. In my opinion the look is more laser gun than airgun. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, so… Continue reading
How to adjust the power on your BT65.
Adjusting the power on your BT65
It’s a question that I get asked quite often, “how do I adjust the power on my BT65?” It’s extremely simple to do and I’ll… Continue reading
The 4 things I look for in an airgun.
So I recently sent an email to a manufacturer basically praising them on their creation and execution of what I consider to be a pretty nice airgun. What I got back… Continue reading
In this review we are going to take a look at a product that as much a work of art as it an amazing airgun. It's the Air Arms Pro Sport in .22 caliber. Does it perform as well as it looks? Let's find out. Continue reading
Umarex Fuel .22 Caliber Product Review - Airgun Review By: Airgun Expert & Critic Rick Eutsler: Umarex USA continues to push the boundaries of what's "acceptable" and "expected" in the world of affordable Airguns. Their Fuel series for example has taken a breakbarrel airgun and added a built in bi-pod. This should not technically work.. but it does on the Fuel.
It was my privilege to attend the 2015 Gamo Squirrel Master Classic held at the Southern Sportsman Hunting Lodge and attended by folks like Jackie Bushman, Shawn Michaels, the whole Bone Collector crew, Hardcore Hunting TV, Doug Koenig's Championship Season, and even a special appearance from Chase Landry (swamp people) Continue reading
On Saturday November 1st Havasu Airgunners held their inaugural CO2 field target shoot. This has been in the works for a long time and while the wind and a few timing issues got things off to a slow… Continue reading
AirgunWeb.com was a very happy supporter and participant at the recent Havasu Airgunners Fun Shoot. Havasu Airgunners holds monthly “Fun Shoots” the first Saturday of every month down at the Lake Havasu Sportsman Club, Pistol Bay 3. … Continue reading
Thank you to HatsanUSA for their support of Havasu Airgunners and their most recent Fun Shoot. We shot the: AT44 Tactical, AT44 Quiet Energy, Galatian Quiet Energy, the new CO2 Tac Boss 250XT and much, much more! Continue reading
The MAC 35 airgun by Inovairtech LLC. utilizes individual MACs or Magnum Air Cartridges rather than a large on-board air cylinder. The result is basically limitless shooting that's only limited by how many MACs you want to take out with you into the field. The first MAC is designed for .357/9mm caliber and can produce up to 120 foot pounds. The MAC35 is the first airgun capable of chambering and firing this very unique airgun cartridge. Continue reading
It’s an amazing opportunity to be part of something as innovative as the new MAC35 by Inovairtech, LLC. It represents 20 years of effort from President and inventor David Priestley who’s been hunting with airguns for some 40 years.… Continue reading
Hunting season is just around the corner, PyramydAir.com provided us with some amazing Big Airguns: .50 cal Sam Yang Dragon Claw, .357 cal Sam Yang Recluse, Evanix Max ML .357 Bullpup, Evanix Tactical Sniper .45 Cal, & Sam Yang Sumatra 2500 .22 cal. Continue reading
Megaboom Supersonic Target Systems
This last July 5th was the 3rd outing for Havasu Airgunners. We featured products by Gamo USA including the new Recon G2, Whipser G2, and the Silent Cat. Gamo guns are… Continue reading
I had the great privilege of meeting the President/CEO of AirArms at SHOT Show 2014. It was a real treat to have the chance to talk shop with the makers of my all time favorite airguns. I’ve had… Continue reading
I want to say that I'm pretty sure that I have some of the best viewers and subscribers period. I was recently contacted by a viewer out of Texas who wanted to know if I had any plans to review the Air Force Condor SS in .22 caliber. I let him know that I have tried on multiple occasions to work out an arrangement with Air Force but for whatever reason they've continued to decline to send me products to review. Continue reading
“Umarex Day” at Havasu Airgunners
Talk about a great day here in Lake Havasu City. There’s a new airgun club called Havasu Airgunners (www.havasuairgunners.org) and they meet the first Saturday of every month. Today was Umarex… Continue reading
So I really needed to step away from the computer for a few minutes and what's a better diversion than sending some lead downrange in my indoor 10 yard range. I pulled out the next pellets to test with the BSA R-10 and fired a quick shot card. Continue reading
In this video we look at the .177 caliber Air Arms s510 Extra in Hunter Green with Hawke 3-12×44 Varmint SF scope. This is hands down one of the best airguns that I’ve ever had the privilege to test. I… Continue reading
The Hatsan Striker 1000s is a great shooting arigun at a bargain price. It exceeds 1000 fps with lead pellets and maintains hunting accuracy out to 25 yards with ease. Lightweight and easy to shoot, the 1000s is… Continue reading
Hello Airgunweb Fans!
There are a lot of folks looking for that inexpensive airgun for the holidays. I’m currently testing the Crosman TR77 and wanted to share the OHAT performance overview with you.
The past several years have taught me quite a bit about the mind of the average airgun consumer. They want something cheap, accurate and powerful. Unfortunately those three things don’t always go together. Manufacturers know this and play on the philosophy that “faster is better.” Continue reading