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Selecting the Proper Weapon Light

Why Mount A Weapon Light? A firearm mounted flashlight accomplishes a number of critical objectives. Most importantly, it allows the operator to see and identify targets in dark environments. Additionally it can serve as a tool to blind and disorient an opponent while preserving its operator’s night vision.

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Why buy an adult precision airgun?

What can explain the rapid growth of precision airgun shooting? Why are so many new shooters suddenly buying precision airguns? People from all walks of life are discovering that airgun shooting can be a relaxing hobby–or a rewarding, highly competitive sport. Target Shooting: It is not surprising that target shooting …

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The Free Pistol

Free or Match pistols are the most exotic of the target pistols, because they have been allowed to develop relatively free of rules and restrictions. They are single shot pistols designed for the greatest possible accuracy at 50metres. Their origins lie in the early duelling and target/saloon pistols. They were …

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Finding best pellet for your air gun:

Finding the “best” pellet is a big part of the fun of precision air guns.   Since each air rifle is unique, there is no sure way to tell which pellet will perform best in your airgun without testing each of them in your air gun. Those which work well …

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Installing a muzzlebrake on an Air Rifle

A Muzzlebrake Can Improve The Appearance And Performance Of Your Air Gun On air guns what we call a muzzlebrake doesn’t perform the same recoil-reducing function that it does on a firearm. The airgun muzzlebrake actually a barrel weight which also improves the appearance of airguns while forming a comfortable …

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Shooting Air Guns: Where do I go from here?

Do you have secret athletic ambitions? If you do, there may be bad news, but there is also good news. If you’re like me, the bad news is that you didn’t win life’s genetic lottery: you don’t have the height and legs of a basketball star, the speed of a …

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Air Gun Scope Considerations

An Airgun Scope Helps You To Shoot Better Airgun Scopes let you see and aim more precisely for more accurate shooting. Scopes are an advantage for all shooters and become even more more valuable at about age thirty when the eyes start losing the ability to focus simultaneously on the …

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Spring Piston and CO2 Air Guns

Spring-Piston Airguns When someone says airgun these days they probably mean a spring-piston airgun. Spring-piston airguns are the easiest airguns to shoot, maintain and own. The spring-piston gun most shooters start with is the break barrel. The break barrel airgun is cocked by holding the stock in one hand and …

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Airgun Publications

Only a handful of periodicals in the U.S. currently deal exclusively with airguns. The outstanding Airgun Letter and its sub-publication, the Airgun Revue, now replaced by Airgun Illustrated magazine and the former Rimfire and Airgun, which replaced U.S. Airgun and the former American Airgunner, which replaced Airgun News & Report, …

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Learn About This Sport

Target Pistol Shooting, as a sport, is as old as pistols themselves – some 500 years old in fact. The sport started in Europe, as a necessary adjunct to the use of the pistol in war.  When not involved in fighting, pistoleers would practice constantly with their weapons to attain …

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