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My early Silver Streak

By B.B. Pelletier A LOT of you own Sheridans, so today I’d like to share one of my favorites with you. A LONG run!The Sheridan Silver Streak is the longest-running model that a company ever made. First production began in 1949, after the company discovered that people just weren’t going to spend $56.50 for an … Read more

At what range should you zero your scope?

By B.B. Pelletier Where to zero a scope is a question that always starts a friendly conversation among airgunners. I’ll tell what your options are and leave the final choice to you. Pellets start to fall the minute they leave the muzzleThe moment a pellet (or bullet) leaves the muzzle, it begins falling toward the … Read more

Tokyo Marui VSR-10 G-Spec MG315

By. B.B. Pelletier Tokyo Marui may make the finest airsoft guns in the world, but they aren’t real good at naming them! The VSR-10 G-Spec MG315 is REALLY a military sniper rifle, that looks a lot like the U.S. Army’s M24. Based on the Remington 700 bolt-action rifle, the M24 is a wonderful rifle for … Read more

More on muzzle velocity and energy

By B.B. Pelletier I received the following question posted as a comment to my May 18 posting, What about Eun Jin pellets? I thought this question deserved a better answer than just a few lines in the comment section, so here it is. Question:I keep noticing the reference to foot-pounds of [energy] when talking about … Read more

Are longer barrels more accurate?

By B.B. Pelletier How long must a barrel be to be accurate? There is no answer to that, because short barrels are JUST as accurate as long barrels. That’s today’s post in one sentence. I just overheard an airgunner asking his buddy how much more accurate he thought a longer barrel would be for his … Read more