Archive for April 2010

Episode 3 – How multi-pump pneumatics work

In this video we will discus mult-pump pneumatic airguns. This class of airgun is perfect for indoor and outdoor shooting because you can change the velocity by varying the number of pumps. To learn more, just click the link! Read the rest of this entry »

Episode 2 – How CO2 airguns work

In this video we will discus CO2 airguns. CO2 airguns are great because the provide multiple shots per CO2 cartridge. While not as powerful as other airguns, they are very easy to shoot and are generally quite accurate. To learn more, just click the link! Read the rest of this entry »

Episode 1 – Introduction to breakbarrels

In this video we will discus breakbarrel airguns. For most shooters, the breakbarrel class airgun offers the most cost effective way to get started with high powered airguns. In this video we will discuss their basic operation. To learn more, just click the link! Read the rest of this entry »
All the fun, none of the hassles!
Uzi CO2 BB submachine gun

You've seen tons of movies with guys spraying bullets from their Uzi submachine guns and probably thought it would be a blast. Except for the cost of ammo! You can have all that fun with this Uzi BB submachine gun at just pennies a round. Throw shots downrange for hours on end with all the fun, none of the firearm hassles and a fraction of the cost.

Top-notch springer
Air Arms TX200 air rifle

When it comes to spring-piston air rifles, the Air Arms TX200 Mk III is a favorite of many airgunners, including airgun writer Tom Gaylord. His favorite caliber is .177. While the gun will initially impress you with its beauty and superior craftsmanship, you'll be even more impressed with the incredible accuracy! Tom claims this is "the most accurate spring gun below $3,000." Beech or walnut, left-hand or right-hand stock. Isn't it time you got yours?