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Monthly Archives: June 2019

Does Camo Clothing Improve Success for the Airgun Hunter?

Part I Several years ago, when I started hunting in South Africa, I found that I’d usually be the only hunter in the group wearing camo. There was some good-natured ribbing about the camo clad American redneck, but my local friends would tell me that if you worked the wind and shadows properly it wasn’t … Continue reading »

Categories: camo, camo clothing, effectiveness, Jackrabbits, Pest Control, Shooting technique, Small Game Hunting, Small game in winter, Spring time hunting, Squirrels, turkey | Tags: | Leave a comment

Is the .30 the new .25?

This is excerpted from an article I wrote for Airgunner Magazine in the UK a couple years back. I’ve found myself gravitating to the .30, and for many of the same reasons I drifted away from the .22 to the .25 a few years earlier. BTW: Airgunner is a great magazine available either as a … Continue reading »

Categories: .25 caliber, .25 vs .30 caliber, .30 caliber, airgun ammo, best hunting caliber for an airgun, effectiveness, Pellets | Tags: , , | Leave a comment
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