AirgunWebTV 2016 Episode 8 - Bigger is BETTER! Let’s shoot some Big Bore Airguns!
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When I used to think of airguns I only thought of them as plinking toys. It wasn’t until I really started getting into the sport that I learned that Airguns and pellet guns have come a very long way from what I remember as a youngster. Today’s list of available, extremely powerful, airguns continues to grow at a crazy rate. We’ve got big bore airguns coming out at just about ever corner of the market. These are not inaccurate, barely functional products, but rather finely tuned and crafted products capable of extreme power, range, and accuracy.
In this episode we’ll take a look at just a small sampling of what’s available on the market starting with some .30 cal rifles and working all the way up to the monster Dragon Claw .50 caliber airgun from air venturi. This is going to be a great episode for anyone that’s wanted to see just what’s on the market for big bore airgunning.
AirgunWebTV where we’re gonna test em, we’re gonna shoot em, and we’re gonna tell you all about em. It’s a great time to be an airgunner!
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Products used in this Episode
- Evanix Blizzard .30 cal
- Hatsan Hercules .30
- Evanix Sniper X2 .35
- Evanix REX .35
- Badger .40
- Light Hunter 909 .45
- Dragon Claw .50
- Air Venturi Air Bolt
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