Can You Shoot in Your Own Backyard?

The three main things in real estate selling is, location, location and location. The same is true when it comes to shooting your new airgun in your yard and whether you can do it legally. A lot will depend on where you live because some cities and municipalities have ordinances against it or strict rules... Continue Reading →


Why Should You Join The NRA?

If you're like me you've probably thought why should I join the NRA if all I'm doing is shooting airguns? Let me tell you my reasons why I think you should consider joining. Some people on the political far left side of things think guns of any type should be banned from the entire world,... Continue Reading →

New Airgun Buyers Five Common Mistakes

Here is a list of some of the most common mistakes newcomers make when using their first pellet gun. 1. Safety, Safety, Safety. You must always remember your handling a gun and must use the appropriate care when doing so. Make sure your either wearing safety glasses or have a good pair of shooting glasses... Continue Reading →

Christmas in July Part-2

My Umarex Surge rifle wasn’t suppose to arrive until July 24th but around supper time on the 20th I heard the familiar sound of the UPS truck stopping in front of my house. Sure enough there was a knock on the door and when I looked out there it was laying on the porch in... Continue Reading →

Christmas in July

Like a little kid waiting for Santa to come on Christmas with his big sack of toys the adult version of that was me today waiting for the big brown UPS truck to show up. Unfortunately any airguns I owned as a kid are long gone so it was time to start rebuilding my collection... Continue Reading →

Smooth vs. Rifled Barrel

Airguns come with two different types of barrels, smooth bore and rifled bore. As the name implies a smooth-bore gun has a barrel that is completely smooth on the inside, while a rifled-bore gun has grooves that help guide the pellet down its barrel. Rifled barrels tend to be much more accurate then smooth ones.... Continue Reading →

A Few Thoughts For Airgun Beginners

Treat an airgun like any firearm. Never point it at a person, even when unloaded. Never pull the trigger with the barrel broken open as it could cause the barrel to snap shut possibly catching your hand in it and bend the gun’s barrel. Don’t ever pull the trigger without a pellet in the gun’s... Continue Reading →

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