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Daylight Savings Time

For many of us who work a longer afternoon shift, we’ve been coming home in the dark for months now. Even as we approached spring, there were only precious few minutes of light left to do any chores outside and zero time for outdoor recreation. If there was any shooting to do, it had to wait to the weekend, in between all the other winter chores, activities, and weather that can work to divert your attention.

What Kind of Oil Should I Use?

Both CO2 and spring powered air guns do need some maintenance to help ensure a long life. Keeping them clean is a big part of that care, but you do need to be careful about what you are putting in and on your air gun. The valve assemblies in today’s CO2 powered air guns are fitted with silicone seals and O-rings. 

How Spring Guns Work & How to Maximize Their Effectiveness

Most folks whose primary shooting experience is with powder burners have trouble shooting spring air guns.  With either a .22 or a .30-.06’, folks tend to have a firm shoulder weld and a death grip on the fore end.  Both of these techniques are a recipe for inaccuracy with a spring air gun.