Monthly News & Updates
July 2023 | Issue 2
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AIRGUNWEB VIDEO RELEASES FOR JUNE/JULY 2023
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TOPIC: Norica Omnia Video
AS9781 “Please take your offhand hand out of the sandbag/rest when zeroing. That introduces your pulse and respiration into the shot placement and groupings.”
AGW: Thanks for your comment. Actually, that’s how you shoot springers. It’s called the artillery hold and it’s a necessary technique to be accurate with them. Now this specific gun is different. And, if you watched to the end, you’ll see that I bring that point out. This airgun is one of only a handful of springers (gas ram guns too) that can shoot accurately off a rest.
Please visit the GTA Contest Page for our current Giveaway! This month we’ll be giving away Angie’s .25 caliber custom-color Air Venturi Avenger. You don’t want to miss out! All you need to do is visit the page and follow the instructions. There are multiple ways to enter, and each option adds more chances for you to win.
TOPIC: Seneca Dragonfly MK2
AM7212: After a month of shooting thru a new tin 250 of pellets, I am in top shape now. And my memory improved, I always cock it before pumping now Seriously, dragonfly mk2, is one of the best “value and outdoor use quality” pump guns I have
GTA: lol those are both some very positive outcomes from one little inexpensive air rifle. I absolutely agree, especially with the two most important points you’ve brought up.
MODERN AIRGUNNER VIDEO RELEASES FOR MAY/JUNE 2023
TOPIC: Benjamin Cayden
G.N. Just a question if the moderator messes up the point of impact. Wouldn’t you just adjust your scope to that? And it would still be fine?
Modern Airgunner: Hey there. It depends. If there’s a change to the POI due to clipping, then the accuracy will be terrible. If the POI shift is a side effect of how the air may get stripped off, and the shift is consistent, then it may be fine. Ideally, you don’t want to see any change in POI.