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Pellets

Daylight Raccoon – FX Wildcat Scores

I had gotten up before daybreak and driven to a local farm where I have permission to hunt for predators and small game. My intention was to spend two hours, then go home shower before heading to my office for a busy day. I arrived at a friends farm after a 20 minute drive, parked … Continue reading »

Categories: airgun ammo, Airguns of Arizona, bullpup, cold weather hunting, compact guns, FX, mouth calls, Pellets, Predator hunting, raccoon, shot placement, Small Game Hunting, Squirrels, Uncategorized, Wildcat | 1 Comment

Grays and Fox squirrel up next!

I took off last week on the next leg of my squirrel grand slam quest, to Southern Minnesota after grays squirrel and fox squirrel. A friend has a large tract of wooded land he uses for hunting, primarily deer and turkey. He hasn’t been out in a while, but has given me carte blanche access, … Continue reading »

Categories: Airgun Expedition, Airguns of Arizona, binoculars, Brocock, fall hunts, Hunting Accessories, offhand shooting, Pellets, Small Game Hunting, Squirrels, Uncategorized | Tags: | 6 Comments

Gearing up for a springer hunt!

As I mentioned in some recent posts here, Facebook, YouTube, and a couple magazine articles, most of my hunting recently has been with PCP’s but this year I intended to get out more with my springers. Don’t get me wrong, I love my PCP’s and they will make up the bulk of my hunting gear. … Continue reading »

Categories: bird hunting, Hunting Guns, Pellets, Pest Control, Rabbits, Shooting technique, Spring Piston Airguns, springers, Uncategorized | Tags: | 1 Comment

Getting Results with a Springer!

Last week I spoke about avian pest control with springers, this week I will talk a bit more about how you can improve your results when hunting with a springer. As mentioned, I took time while shooting in Arizona recently to leave the PCP’s behind and take a number of springers out to hunt. Many of us have shifted … Continue reading »

Categories: bird hunting, offhand shooting, Pellets, pest birds, Shooting technique, Small Game Hunting, Spring Piston Airguns, springers, summer time hunts, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Airgun Hunting’s Ubiquitous Game: Tree Squirrels

The gray, red, Aberts, and fox squirrels are all very cautious and elusive animals.  To consistently take squirrels requires an ability to stalk, a great deal of patience, and knowledge of the squirrels behavior.  I do a fair bit of deer hunting and find squirrel hunting excellent practice for bigger game. I also use my airgun … Continue reading »

Categories: binoculars, mouth calls, Optics, Pellets, Small Game Hunting, springers, Squirrels, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Squirrel Season: Finding a Place To Hunt

In this post I’ll explain how I go about finding new spots to hunt in unfamiliar territory. The internet has opened up a whole new set of tools for hunters, that accelerate the search for new hunting grounds!! As many of you know, after several years living in the Indianapolis area we moved up to … Continue reading »

Categories: offhand shooting, Pellets, Power, Regulations, Small Game Hunting, Squirrels, where to hunt | Tags: | 4 Comments

Texas Varmint Hunt!

My hunting has been a bit slow over the last couple months, I’ve been traveling a lot for work, doing some family trips (spent this weekend at the Fields Museum in Chicago….love that place!), and thought I jump into my field journal and share a hunt from seasons past. A couple summers back I was invited on … Continue reading »

Categories: airgun ammo, binoculars, distress call, electronic calls, Ground squirrels, Jackrabbits, Long Range shooting, Optics, Pellets, Prairie dogs, Rabbits, Small Game Hunting | Leave a comment

Pellet Adjacent Trivia!

I tend to talk about new guns, accessories, scopes, binoculars, shoot sticks, pellets, and hunting techniques. But this week I’m going to take a look at the steps some shooters take with respect to preparing and loading their pellets in order to achieve the best results; sizing, lubing, and seating the pellets in their guns. … Continue reading »

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