Rossi Morreale is joined at the Airgunner Round Table by Tom Gaylord and Rick Eutsler where Tom is going to give us a look at the insides of a spring powered pellet rifle. Then it’s an airgun DIY. Rossi makes some do-it-yourself shoot and see target and the episode is closed with pest control on a game ranch in the hands of Steve Criner in Oklahoma.
In this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi Morreale joins Steve Criner on a chase for a long beard, Tom Gaylord shows us a unique “gun” from his collection. The guys at the round table chat about airgun hunting regulations and we’re going to get educated on pre-charged penumatics, or PCP’s for short, with Air Venturi’s, Gene Salvino.
What does a hollow point pellet do when it impacts its target? The experts of the Airgunner TV Round table take several of the most popular pellets and shoot Clear Ballistics gelatin to find out. A teen shows Rossi how he likes to sight in his scoped air rifles and Rick Eutsler gives Rossi Morreale a look at one of his most favorite rifles, the Hatsan AT44 QE. Stay until the end when the Airgunner Experts show you the results of their hollow point experiment.
Host, Rossi Morreale is building a “silent” pellet trap and hunting in Africa with an Airgun is what Jim Chapman has for you in this episode. Plus, the airgun experts at the Round Table provide guidance on pellet selection, or are they bullets? Finally, Rick Eutsler shows Rossi three handguns that are action pistol replicas of a 500 year old firearm company.
More on this Episode:
Chapman hunts for guinea fowl and warthog in Africa with Hounslow Safaris.
Round table is about hunting calibers for large game an predators.
Hunting with big bore airguns is a growing opportunity as more and more states consider airguns for certain quarry.
Rossi Morreale and the experts of the #AirgunnerTV Round Table discuss some of the things that could prevent you from being a better shot with an airgun. Rossi takes us inside the largest online airgun retailer, Pyramyd Air, for a shopping spree—tune in to see if he gets away with it. And Rick Eutsler uses the Umarex Surge Pellet Rifle to demonstrate the tests he puts an air rifle through when doing a full product review.
10 meter precision air rifle is the game and Rossi faces of against a JROTC shooter with a Walther precision rifle. We’ll see if he has the skills to compete. Then at the Round Table Jim Chapman, Steve Criner, and Rick Eutsler talk with Rossi about hunting with airguns and afterward we’ll see Jim taking down some winged pests for an Arizona rancher.
Rossi Morreale checks out the 2014 SHOT Show and Steve Criner is hunting deer in Missouri with a .50 caliber air rifle. Then, some of the guys are back at the Round Table for a discussion about the transition from firearms to shooting airguns.
At the SHOT Show this year, Rossi visited with many manufacturers this year, but its impossible to include them all. He does visit with our friend of years past, Gene Salvino of Air Venturi and with Richard Turner from our sponsor, Umarex USA, about the new Umarex Fuel Air Rifle. We ran into Ted Bier while at SHOT too, host of TedsHoldOver on YouTube and Chip Hunnicutt with Crosman gives us an update on the Marauder. And since we know that many of you haven’t shot full-auto firearms before, there’s a place in Vegas you might want to check out when you’re there next. As you’ll see, it’s a load of fun.
Would you switch from firearms to airguns? Why would you? This questions is posed at the Round Table and discussed by Rick Eutsler, Tom Gaylord, Jim Chapman, and Rossi. If you shoot firearms and haven’t considered taking up airguns, tune in to this episode’s round table.
“Lock, Stock, and Two Smokin’ Barrels” – 2014 Episode 5
Original air date: July 30th, 2014
Airgun optics is at the center of the Round Table of #AirgunnerTV in this episode along with a few explosions in the desert of Arizona. Rick Eutsler and Rossi Morreale try out the airgun action pistol variant of the Walther PPS and Scott York of Yegua Target Company explains how a field target works.
“Grizzlies, Velocity and Accuracy” – 2014 Episode 4
Original air date: July 23th, 2014
Rossi Morreale talks with a JROTC air rifle team that offers high school youth an opportunity to shoot air rifle competitively while learning a variety of valuable life skills. Some shoot sporter, some precision, but according to Coach Fry, anybody can shoot. Then Rossi, Rick Eutsler, Tom Gaylord, and Steve Criner are back at the Round Table to pit accuracy vs velocity. Does velocity affect accuracy? Watch this episode to find out.
We’re in Tempe, Arizona for the Shoot Right Expo and a glimpse at Airgun 3-Gun. While in Arizona we stop to visit Rossi’s first challenger who wants to use the new Steel Force BB gun before reviewing a powerful air rifle, the Sam Yang Sumatra. In the final segment, Steve Criner takes an Umarex Octane on a hunt for squirrel.