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Monthly Archives: July 2013

General Musings and News

This week I have a hodgepodge of topics to talk about. Hunting season is around the bend, with small game opening in many states, it’s time to get the small game guns down and prep your skills for the woods and grasslands! I’m going to make a concerted effort to spend more time with springers … Continue reading »

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Spring Piston Airguns: the .25 Caliber….

For many years, the only spring piston Airguns I ever shot were .177’s, though slowly the .22 caliber started taking up more room on my gun rack. And I stuck there for several years, until one day about 18 years ago I got the opportunity to buy an R1 in .25. This was a big … Continue reading »

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Lamping: Turn on the nightlight

I know that installment two of the squirrel hunting piece is owed, but I’m going to take a little side trip before wrapping that topic up. I’ve been getting a lot of emails asking about lights and lighting systems used for night hunting, which isn’t as common in the States, but is used by airgun hunters … Continue reading »

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Why Hunt With Airguns?

There are many reasons that people choose to hunt with Airguns, in Europe, Asia and much of the world airguns are the only option available for people (outside of the very rich and politically connected) wishing to hunt. In many country civilians are prohibited from possessing or using guns, or the population densities are so … Continue reading »

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