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Blog posts tagged with 'airgun fun'

Top 10 Stocking Stuffers Easy Gift Guide

Stocking stuffers are usually an afterthought. Just pick up some small stuff and toss in an overly large non-elastic stock. Easy-peasy. No need to overly complicate the matter, but hitting a home-run on the stocking for sport shooters keeps you riding high for the rest of the winter.

The Best Way to Make Movies with Guns?

As an indie film maker with hardly a budget to speak of, I have found that if you want to record an action scene with guns, an airsoft gun is the best option.

A Day at the Range

I love going hunting and to shooting competitions and during the 2017 Rat Wars I was able to do both. At a recent USPSA shooting match at my local gun club, I was able to do a little “hunting” without even knowing until after the fact.

                Whether I am helping set up and shoot a match, ...

Three Legendary Airguns to Get That Call of Duty Fanatic on Your List Off the Couch

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I spent some time with my extended family. The weather kept us inside, or that’s what everyone said. The truth is that the new Call of Duty World War Two came home from college with my nephew, and the boys (and most of the men) took turns defending virtual democracy from the scourge of Axis aggressions.

5 Awesome Stocking Stuffers for Airgunners

Presents under the tree are fine and dandy, but the stocking is where the really cool stuff goes. Add these items to your stockings to keep the airgunners in your family happy all year.

The Best Targets for BB Guns and Pellet Rifles

Many different targets can be for BB guns. Some are simple and common, while others are a lot of fun. I am going to list a few examples of targets that I have seen and some I have used.

5 Reasons Every Family Should Try Air guns

The first guns I ever shot were air guns. I have vivid memories of an aluminum pie-plate hanging from a clothesline behind my grandmother’s house in western Alabama. My father and I would sit on the back steps and poke holes in the tin with a CO2 powered pistol. It was quality time with my dad. My mom even got into it a couple of times.