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Airgun Hunting Rat Wars 2018

Hunting Rats with an Airgun | Rat Wars 2018

On this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi joins the war on pest control and competes in the 2018 Air Gun Rat Wars.  The 2-day competition was comprised of 4 teams, Innnerloc’s Out There, Urban Nocks, Umarex Airguns, and American Airgunner. Teams were scored on the heaviest rat, longest rat, heaviest total catch, nest treasure, and most rats.  Each team had 2 shooters and a guide that were equipped with Umarex Gauntlet air guns and Axeon Laser Scopes. The guns have been dialed in from 10ft to 30ft for those hard to reach rats.

This is the 3rd annual competition that was initiated to bring an element of fun to handle a nuisance population of rats that decimate farmers feed and machinery. Join Rossi and his crew as they set to reduce the rat population and have a few laughs.

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Rossi’s Airgun Reviews | Airforce Model 94

AirForce International Model 94 Airgun Review

On the latest installment of Rossi’s Reviews, Rossi’s taken a look at a line of air guns that he’s completely unfamiliar with. The AirForce International line of guns are mainly break barrel actions that are manufactured in Spain. The model Rossi reviewed is the AirForce International 94 Spring Air Rifle break barrel single shot in a .22 caliber topped with an AirForce 4×32 scope. One characteristic that separates AirForce International from other manufacturers is the ability to customize your rifle to your liking whether that’s by changing the stock or swapping out the barrel for a different caliber.   Make sure to watch the entire video we promise you won’t be disappointed with this guns versatility and performance!

 

 AirForce International 94 Spring Air Rifle

  • .177, .22, and .25 caliber offerings
  • Break barrel
  • Single-shot
  • Precision, hammer forged, rifled steel barrel
  • Integral muzzle brake
  • 11mm dovetail optics rail
  • Two stage adjustable trigger
  • Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight (red, 0.060″)
  • Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight (green, 0.035″)
  • Anti-bear trap mechanism
  • Automatic safety
  • Synthetic stock
  • Rubber butt pad
  • Raised cheek piece
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs.
  • Overall length: 44.9″
  • Barrel length: 18.75″

https://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/AirForce_International_94_Spring_Air_Rifle/3613

https://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/AirForce_International_Orion_Air_Rifle/3616

All About Air Gun Scopes

Rossi Morreale and air gun experts Tom Gaylord the Godfather of Airguns, Jim Chapman the American Airgun Hunter and Tyler Patner from Pyramyd Air all talk “how to” about Scope Adjustments when shooting air rifles in this information-packed round table originally seen on Pursuit Channel. American Airgunner and its host and guests brings the forums to life. Did you know that scopes were not always adjustable? How to sight in a scope? How to select a scope? Watch all the way to the end. Lots of information for new and experienced shooters on the confusing topic of optics.

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Absolute Zero

Crazy Easy Air Rifle Scope Sight In

Absolute ZeroYou have to check out this new device, the Absolute Zero. It’s a precision sight-in instrument that uses two lasers to form a triangulation with the laser and point of impact. It makes sighting in your rifle real easy. Using two precision lasers it guarantees you hold your rifle in the exact same place for each shot completely eliminating hold error. Basically, you just have to worry about making sure your position is the same each time. It’s the quickest, most efficient, most accurate way to find your zero at 25 yards giving you the ability to sight in your rifle at 100 yards in just two more shots. The Absolute Zero™ saves you time.

http://www.axeonoptics.com

Plain and Simple – Steve Criner Podcast

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