Blog posts tagged with 'gauntlet'

Umarex Hits the Mountain!  RMAC 2024

Most of the UX crew that attended RMAC 2024. L to R Abby Casey, Mark Davis, Evan Haddick, Eydin Hansen, Chad Sharpe, and Ckye Thomas.  Missing from this photo are Brad Webb, Justin Biddle, and Jeremiah Alexander.


I hope you got a kick out of that title.  At times it seemed the only target that...

Under Pressure: Stress is Always Around the Corner


It comes in waves.  What?  Well, lots of things. Good things, bad things, Inconsequential things, highly consequential things, and things that mean nothing to anyone but you, and things that mean everything to the people who surround you. Waves of productivity and waves of stagnation. Waves of ...

They Have Arrived



And it’s about time. Yes, the Gauntlet 2SL in .22 and .25 have arrived. In case you need a reminder, the Gauntlet has historically used a bolt action system, but now the new generation of the Gauntlet is equipped with a side lever.  


We were able to introduce the .30 caliber Gauntlet SL ...

Umarex Launches Gauntlet Side Lever
While the Umarex Gauntlet lineup of PCP airguns has been popular with everyone from small-game hunters to benchrest competitors, airgun aficionados asked for upgrades. The most requested change was from a bolt action to a side-lever action
Press Release: New Caliber Emerges for the Unsurpassed Umarex® Gauntlet®

FORT SMITH, AR (December 12, 2018) - Umarex USA Inc. announces a major addition to their Gauntlet line of Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP) air rifles: the .25 caliber Gauntlet. The Gauntlet offers the larger .25 caliber for the same market driving MSRP of just $299.99.

How does a Pre-Charged Pneumatic Air Gun Work?

The answer is simple, really and the answer is in the question. Pre-Charged Pneumatics (PCPs) are pre-charged. They’re ready to go when you pull the trigger. And they’re pneumatic, which is a polysyllabic word favored by mechanics that means air-powered.

Umarex Gauntlet Review

Umarex has shaken up the air gun world with the Gauntlet. Pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifles have always worked on a sliding scale that tied price to performance. Devotees paid premiums for reliable performance.