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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Can We Hide?

It’s been a busy few weeks, I’m sitting on a plane as I write this, traveling back from Scotland. I was in Edinburgh and tried to find an airgun shop to visit, but no luck. I think the restrictions, or risk there of, must be having a negative impact. We’re in much better shape in … Continue reading »

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Airgun Hunting the USA

We have a fairly large community of hunters in the United States, and are favored with a lot of game and plentiful land to hunt on. In addition, there are few restrictions on gun ownership and the price of firearms is fairly low. As a result, airguns have remained relatively unknown here as they have not … Continue reading »

Categories: .22 ammo shortage, airgun ammo, Airguns of Arizona, AOA Bushbuck .451, Big Bore Airguns, Big Game, bird hunting, crow hunting, Deer hunting, Destinations, Ground squirrels, Hog hunting, Jackrabbits, pest birds, Pest Control, Prairie dogs, Predator hunting, Rabbits, Small Game Hunting, Squirrels, where to hunt | 2 Comments

Took the Bushbuck .451 on a Hog Hunt!!

If you read my posts or saw the videos from the SHOT Show, you know two of the areas generating a lot of interest were the new big bores and the new bullpups. I like bullpups and think they serve a purpose, though truth be told I am more of a traditionalist when it comes … Continue reading »

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Raccons and Airguns: Hunting the masked bandit

The raccoon is a medium sized mammal that can be found in virtually every state in the continental United States. It has a ringed tail and a masked face, by which everyone knows this animal. The tail is 10-12 in. long and has a series of rings. They measure 9-12 in. at the shoulder and 30-33 … Continue reading »

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