Archive for February 2011

Episode 20 – How to use trajectory to sight in a scope

Many people are frustrated by scopes that don’t seem to point in the direction where they’re shooting. Watch this video to find out how to get pinpoint accuracy with a scope. Some rifles have drooping barrels. This isn’t uncommon in airguns AND firearms! Any gun can have droop, regardless of its powerplant or how it’s cocked. To overcome the droop issue, you have a couple choices. One is to shim your scope mount, and the other is to use a special mount. Shimming is probably the easiest and least costly method. If you’re not familiar with shimming, everything is explained in this video. Watch to see how these solutions work.

Episode 19 – How to compensate for barrel droop

Airguns and firearms have many things in common…including the occasional barrel droop. Watch this video to see how you can compensate for barrel droop and turn your gun into a very accurate shooting machine!

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?