Arkansas Airgun Deer Hunting with the Umarex Hammer
On this episode of American Airgunner TV, Whitetail season has just opened up and it’s legal in Arkansas to hunt with Airguns! Rossi capitalizes on this opportunity and he and his family head out to be the first to take a deer with an Airgun! He came to hunt, but ends up sitting on the sidelines while his nephews have all the fun!
The deer hunt starts off slow without much action, but as the temperature drops, deer start working their way out to within shooting range. Two does offer great shot opportunities, will Alexander or Nicholas connect?
For this Airgun deer hunt, Rossi decides to bring the Umarex Hammer
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In this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi Morreale is visiting with some of his favorite brands at the 2019 Shot Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rossi begins the episode by visiting with Brocock checking out the all-new Commander Cerakote edition airgun. This airgun comes with all the bells and whistles but can also be customized to your liking. Next up, we visit with Predator International to learn what they’ve been up to in the world of pellets. Richard Dixon of Pellet International informs us of a resurgence in the .20 caliber airgun and their development of a 15 grain .20 caliber pellet. Scott Billingsley of Hawke Optics breaks down some changes to the Airmax and Frontier line of scopes. Rossi then visits with Scott Stevens and the Air Venturi booth where they discuss the new XDM and M1 carbine airguns that came out this spring. Also, breaking news for Seneca, they came out with a .25 caliber in the Aspen model. One of the biggest companies in airguns is Velocity Outdoors. Phillip Guadalupe of Velocity Outdoors speaks with Rossi about the Benjamin Mag-Fire model of airguns and the new models they came out with this year in that line of airguns. The Mag-Fire Mission, Mag-Fire Ultra, Mag-Fire Nomad are all new offerings in the Mag-Fire line. Rossi wraps up the show by talking with Stephanie Kee of Sig Sauer to discuss all of their new offerings in the airsoft and airgun world. Lastly, Rossi couldn’t leave Las Vegas and Shot Show without heading to the range and enjoying some time with some of the coolest guns he may have seen the entire weekend. Rossi ends the segment showcasing Sig Sauer’s PCP air rifle the MCX Vertus. We’ll see you next year Vegas!
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On this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi Morreale and Rosco Morreale are hunting whitetails in Bowie, Texas at the StoneRidge Wildlife Ranch during the first-ever legal airgun whitetail deer hunting season. The guys will be hunting with 3 different versions of the AirForce Texan airgun. They have the Original Texan Big Bore Air Rifle, the Texan SS Big Bore Air Rifle, and the Texan Carbine. Rossi is excited to return the favor by taking his dad on a good old fashion buck hunt almost 33 years since his father introduced him to the sport. Tune in as the guys hunt hard and are able to find success in Texas.
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During this segment of American Airgunner, Rossi Morreale is at StoneRidge Wildlife Ranch in Bowie, Texas talking about the features of a .25 caliber Air Arms S510 XS Ultimate Sporter. This gun is the Cadillac of air rifles, perfect for competition shooting, Rossi decides to take the Air Arms for a nighttime patrol for raccoons and possums.
60 shots in .177, 55 shots in .22, 40 shots in .25
Accessory rail under forearm with built-in adjustable sling mount
Includes 2 rotary magazines, 4 hex wrenches, fill adapter and airgun oil
The Ultimate Sporter Xtra XS takes one of the most cherished platforms among airgunners worldwide and adds even more value to an airgun platform at the height of its powers. Now with the introduction of a regulator to this system, the Air Arms S510 Xtra XS is the S510 action perfected, giving shooters more consistency and shots per fill than ever before.
This XS features an all-weather, Ultimate Sporter tactical black Soft-Touch stock with seamless fit and finish that reflects Air Arms dedication to traditional craftsmanship. Born for long woodland hunting, the XS includes checkering on the grip and forend ensuring a sure hold, further enhanced by an adjustable cheekpiece and buttpad. Each of these rifles includes integrated sling mounts for field carry and an accessory rail ready to accept a bipod or palm shelf.
Airgunners dreamed of a regulated S510, and Air Arms delivered, all while boosting the power of the increasingly popular .25 caliber. With this regulated upgrade, the XS can achieve a whopping 44 ft-lbs in .25, 32 ft-lbs in .22 and 20 ft-lbs in .177. Power isn’t the only thing increasing in the XS. The Xtra’s regulator offers increased consistency and shot counts from its 288cc cylinder, delivering an impressive 60 (.177), 55 (.22) and 40 (.25) shots per fill with minimal velocity change. These long-shot strings are further aided by a built-in power adjuster to balance power and shot count. Each XS Xtra features the prized Lothar Walther barrel, which gives this platform its renowned accuracy. Each rifle includes 2 of Air Arms perfected 10-shot indexing magazines, smooth sidelever cocking mechanism, and an easy to read built-in manometer.
The Air Arms Ultimate Sporter platform has turned heads at the range since 2013 with shots so accurate they require a double-take. If you want the longest, most consistent shot strings with surgical accuracy, join the elite ranks of Air Arms airgunners with S510 Ultimate Sporter XS Xtra.
On this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi is getting innovative by bowfishing for stingray with an airgun off the coast of Virginia in the Chesapeake Bay with Bryan Ware and Chad Simon of Lethal Air. The guys at Lethal Air have adapted airguns so that they are able to shoot an arrow and retrieve it just like you would with regular bowfishing equipment. Tune in as Rossi and the guys go on an epic trip unlike any we’ve seen before!
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On this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi is taking his dad Roscoe airgun hunting for the first time ever. The guys are hunting at the Mountain Meadow Hunting Preserve in West Virginia for the first ever Lethal Air Big Bore Hunt. Roscoe is coming off of rotator cuff surgery just six weeks prior and the guys are dealing with steep and wet terrain. After two failed attempts at a ram, Roscoe is able to connect using the Umarex Hammer and puts down a trophy ram. With plenty of daylight left, Rossi heads back out into the hills to go after a trophy hog. Using the Ataman M2 .357 and Polymag Predator pellets Rossi is able to put down a 300lb plus hog!
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On this episode of American Airgunner Rossi is hunting hogs from a helicopter in Texas with good friends Eydin Hansen of the Texas Hog Hunters Association and Andy Anderson of Executive Outdoor Adventures. The hog population in Texas is high and the damage done to crops and pasture can get out of control. Hence, the reason for the Texas Hog Depredation Act which allows landowners to offset the financial losses caused by hogs with hunting tourism dollars. Maintaining this population is a way to keep this invasive species from altering the already existing ecosystem. Hunting from helicopters enables the hunter and landowner to expedite the process. Tune in as Rossi proves to Andy just how capable an airgun is as an effective tool in taking care of even the biggest of hogs. Lastly a big thank you goes out to Executive Outdoor Adventures for the opportunity in helping to take care of the hog population problem!
Straight pull speed-bolt with 2 lbs cocking effort
3-lb trigger weight
Regulated to 3,000 psi per shot
4,500 fill pressure (24 cubic inch carbon fiber tank)
Built-in manometer (pressure gauge)
Weaver/Picatinny optics rail
PolyOne designed and manufactured stock
AR Magpul style grip
Integrated rear sling stud
3 slots in forearm grip to accept M-LOK attachments
Quick Disconnect Foster fitting
75-inch overall length
5 pound overall weight unloaded without scope
5-inch barrel length with full-length composite shroud
Made in the USA
Umarex Hammer™ Energy Generation Grain Material FPS Energy (ft. lbs.)
180 Umarex® ARX® 1100 484
200 Lead 1055 495
250 Lead 1000 555
275 Lead 945 545
300 Lead 930 576
330 Lead (Lyman) 935 641
350 Lead (Lyman) 875 595
550 Lead 760 700
The World’s Most Powerful PCP Hunter has arrived—The Umarex Hammer.
Able to sling three regulated .50 caliber shots per fill, the Hammer utilizes Umarex’s patent-pending Lightspeed™ valve created specifically to deliver jaw-dropping power. Crafted to throw 550 grain, .50 caliber slugs downrange at 760fps for an unheard of 700 FPE, and a 250gr slug at 1,000 fps—the Hammer has more than enough power to knock down even the largest game. Powered by a huge 4,500 psi carbon fiber cylinder that is regulated to 3,000 psi allows for 3 consistent, full-powered regulated shots with the ability for a powerful fourth follow-up shot.
Once you fire your first shot, move on to the next by operating the straight-pull bolt to index the 2-round magazine. The bolt’s low 2-lb cocking effort makes taking a fast follow-up shot shockingly easy. Each Hammer includes two magazines to keep the shots coming. For added protection, the Hammer employs a three-step safety system that includes a manual trigger safety, hammer-block, and a magazine lockout that prevents the gun from being fired without the magazine inserted.
The stock was crafted in collaboration with PolyOne Corp., renowned as experts in the field of specialized polymer products and resulted in a rough-and-ready all-weather stock built to support this rifle’s powerful shots. Each stock includes a rear sling stud and three M-LOK slots in the forearm for adding accessories. The Magpul AR grip contours to the hand, and can be switched out for other AR grips. When choosing your optics you will have a lot of options with the long 8.5” Weaver/Picatinny rail that rests right above its fully-moderated barrel. This barrel is reported to be able to put its first three shots within an inch at 50 yards!
Umarex is once again at the forefront of airgun innovation with a rifle that is sure to dominate airgun hunter’s arsenals for years to come. Grab your Hammer and harness the energy of the most powerful production PCP air rifle in the world!
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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.
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!