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Startup Costs For PCP Airgun Shooting
There’s no such thing as a free lunch. That bit of axiomatic wisdom has been, or should have been drilled into your head by this point. The truth is, if someone is standing on the street corner giving stuff away, there’s a catch to it. Likewise, there are hidden costs often associated with items on occasion. For instance, if you have purchased a higher-end trail camera you will have discovered that to get maximum use out of it, you will have to pay a monthly fee to get the images beamed through space and to your phone.
What You Need to Know About Pellet Velocity
In the world of pew-pews power sells. Speed sells. Excess sells… that is until it becomes really painful to shoot. Anyone who has ever shot a .357 Magnum from a lightweight snub nose revolver can attest to this. In a pinch or under stress, it won’t matter, but just going to the range and shooting a few boxes of ammo from such a lightweight and powerful handgun is going to leave a painful reminder in your hand.
Umarex PCP Tank Size and Filling Recommendations
PCP air rifles are available in many different calibers. Logically, larger caliber air rifles consume more air per shot than smaller caliber air rifles and as a result those larger air rifles typically are sold with larger high pressure onboard air tanks. No big surprises there. However we often receive questions from people looking to get into a PCP air rifle about filling methods and air tank size. With that said, we will briefly address our PCP airgun line, their tank sizes, and recommended methods for filling each gun’s tank.
Limits and Why You Need Them
You’ve probably heard the expression, “You’ve got all the time in the world.” This statement is often quipped to young people who are in a hurry to get on with their lives. Us old timer’s know a thing or two, don’t we? Well, we should know that we don’t have all the time in the world. Not to draw to somber a point as to why, but you never know when your ticket is going to get punched.
Getting Into Benchrest Airgun Shooting
So you’ve got your PCP airgun, read about the Rocky Mountain Airgun Challenge and wonder how to get into the world of benchrest shooting. Well, here’s how to begin in the sport.
Umarex Brimstone Ammo Shoots Like Heaven
As the technology of airguns improves, the need for better quality ammo becomes paramount. Umarex’s Brimstone line of airgun ammo meets - and exceeds - that need. Brimstone pellets and slugs are precision crafted to minimize defects that reduce accuracy. The low-drag and carefully balanced shape is designed to dump as much kinetic energy into the target as possible. This equates to punching crisp holes in airgun competition targets and also being able to take down game animals more efficiently and ethically.
Cooking Squirrels! Three Great Squirrel Recipes
So you took your favorite Umarex air rifle into the woods and brought back a limit of squirrels - now what? Head to the kitchen, of course! While you can use squirrel meat in just about any dish as a substitute for other game or poultry, here are three of our favorite ways to prepare it.
Tips for Spring Squirrel Hunting with Air
Spring brings new opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, including squirrel hunting. Whether you're a seasoned hunter or a beginner looking to explore this sport, these tips will help enhance your springtime bushytail hunting experience.