Airgun Accessories, Shooting Accuracy And Blowback

Accessories You'll Need For Your Gun Now that you have your airgun what basic accessories do you need to use it. Of course the first thing you'll need is pellets to shoot. Buy an assortment to use to find out what style/weight works best with your particular gun. Flat pellets (Wadcutter) are best for short... 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 →

Breaking in Your New Gun

What does breaking in your new gun mean? Basically all this means is firing anywhere from 50 to 1000 shots until the gun gives you a nice clean shooting pattern. It helps to get the inner workings of the gun inline and everything meshed up and seated. It also helps burn off any residues or... Continue Reading →

Red-Dot vs. Scope

Can you use a red-dot type of sight when plinking? Yes and no, it depends on how far you want to shoot. Even the most skilled shooters have a maximum accurate shooting range of 70 yards or less when using a red-dot. On the positive side with red-dot sights you don’t need to close one... Continue Reading →

Pellet Guns vs. Firearms

If your use to only shooting regular firearms then there are a few things you need to know to get the most out of your pellet gun. Unlike a firearm where you want to grip it tightly and put the butt of the gun tight against your shoulder to absorb the gun’s kick properly,when firing... Continue Reading →

What Makes a Good Plinking Target?

What makes a good plinking target? Just about anything can be used since the whole idea behind plinking is using non-standard targets instead of the traditional paper ones. The most common ones used are things you have laying around the house like, plastic bottles, old soda or beer cans, old food cans, old bent spoons... Continue Reading →

Airgun Related Terms

Here are a few terms you should know related to pellet guns. Caliber- This is how powerful the gun is with the bigger the caliber the more stopping power it packs. In general the bigger the caliber the bigger pellets it shoots. Trigger Pull- This is the amount of pressure it takes to pull the... Continue Reading →

So Many Pellet Choices

Now that you have your new pellet gun now what? If you want to use it you’re gonna need something to shoot out of it so lets take a quick crash course on all your different pellet choices. Everything I’ve read and heard says basically it depends on the gun your using and you need... Continue Reading →


If you think of pellet guns as those low power things you had as a kid that were only one step above a toy then you are in for a shock because today’s pellet guns can pack a wallop and can do some serious damage to a person, even killing them, if the pellet hits... Continue Reading →

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