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Ataman Airgun Review | American Airgunner TV

Ataman M2R Airgun Review

In this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi is reviewing the Ataman M2R airgun collection manufactured out of Russia. The Ataman airgun is of good quality and is a competitor in the higher end market of airgun brands. Their M2 air rifle platform is something that airgunners are drawn to because of its ability to be customized. It has quite a few options for caliber and stock configurations. Ataman airguns are known for their accuracy, reliability, and ease of maintenance.  During this episode, Rossi is testing and comparing the power, foot-pounds, and shot count between the .357 M2R Tact Carbine Type 4 Air Rifle and .30 caliber M2R Tact Carbine Type 4 Compact Air Rifle.

What Is Long-Range For An Airgun?

Long-Range Airgun Shooting

In this episode of American Airgunner, Rossi is joined by fellow airgun enthusiasts Tom “The Godfather” Gaylord, Jim Chapman, and Tyler Patner for a roundtable discussion on long-range shooting with airguns. Each individual in this discussion brings a unique perspective to the discussion.  Tom is a wealth of general knowledge, Jim has the perspective of a hunter, and Tyler is a national champion in competitive airgun shooting. Tune in as the guys discuss caliber choice, ballistic coefficients, velocity retention, energy on target, muzzle velocity, and how individual airguns perform at various distances. The bottom line is that there are a lot of variables that come into play when attempting shots at longer distances with an airgun.

What is considered long-range for an airgun? What’s the best caliber for long-range (250 yards +) shots? How do you shoot airguns consistently at long-range? All of these questions are up for discussion on this roundtable segment.

 

Pyramyd Air Cup

The Pyramyd Air Cup Competition

If you’re into shooting airguns the 2019 Pyramyd Air Cup is a weekend you want to be part of! Throughout the weekend there are multiple competitions, great people, great food, and lots of FUN! The 2019 Pyramyd Air Cup will be held August 23-25, 2019 at Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio. The biggest East Coast Airgun Competition just got a whole lot better.  This year they’ll be bringing back the fan favorites – Field Target and Gunslynger competitions, but adding a Benchrest Competition to up the excitement.  Plus, it’s new home at Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio is a top-notch facility that will provide a great backdrop to a great weekend.  Don’t delay – spots are limited – enter today! The competition, camaraderie, and fun are for everybody, come and join us! You can register by following this link… https://www.pyramydair.com/PACUP

Enjoy videos from Air Cup Competitions Past!!

 

Air Rifle Field Target at Pyramyd Air Cup

Pyramyd Air Cup Air Rifle Shooting Competition: Part 1

Pyramyd Air Cup Shooting Competition Part 2

Airgun Scope Mount Reviews | BKL Technologies Scope Mounts

Rossi’s Reviews | BKL Technologies Scope Mounts

In this episode of Rossi’s reviews, Rossi touches on one of the most important topics when selecting a scope which is picking out the right mounting system. To achieve optimal accuracy you have to start with the right mounting system for your scope and in this episode, Rossi is going to take a detailed look at the scope mounts from BKL Technologies.  They are manufacturers of the largest selection of airgun and rimfire scope mounts in the U.S. Their competition-grade scope mounting system includes scope mounts, scope rings, dovetail to weaver adaptors, and scope risers that utilize a quick-installing and self-aligning clamping system that fits both 11mm and 3/8″ dovetails. Their patented auto-centering and clamp spreading technologies are also a standard on all series and are made from the highest grade aircraft aluminum alloy.

Some of the products highlighted in the video:

BKL 1″ Rings, 3/8″ or 11mm Dovetail, Matte Black

BKL Scope Bubble Level

BKL 3/8″ or 11mm Dovetail to Weaver Adapter, 4″ Long, Matte Black

Rossi’s Airgun Reviews | AirForce Airguns Texan SS

AirForce Airguns Texan vs. Texan SS

In this installment of Rossi’s Reviews, we’re taking a look at the Texan SS and Texan from AirForce Airguns for a side by side comparison. The Texan SS may put out less foot per lbs. but it makes up for that in its ability to be accurate and quiet. Watch the full review below!

The Texan SS can give you up to 400-foot pounds of muzzle energy out of a compact size. Compared to its older brother, the Texan SS is just over 45″ in carbine length while the older version is around 48″. But within that compact size, AirForce also added a fully-shrouded barrel built Sound-Loc System technology.

The AirForce Texan delivers more power than any other production air rifle: .45-caliber bullets leave the muzzle at 1000 fps (up to 500+ ft-lbs. of energy). Load, cock, aim, squeeze and deliver jaw-dropping power. An entire world of hunting opportunities has just opened up to you.

 

AirForce Texan Air Rifle

  • .257, .308, .357 or .457 Caliber Lothar Walther Barrel
  • Pressure Relief Device
  • Adjustable Power. See our manual for more information on how to tune your rifle for your specific ammo used.
  • Low Effort Side Lever Cocking
  • Available in Original Black Finish

Technical Specifications:

  • Velocity: up to 1100 feet per second*
  • Max Fill Pressure: 3000 psi / 200 bar (Only use compressed air or dry nitrogen)
  • Action: Single shot
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Length: 48 inches
  • Barrel:34 inches
  • Trigger: 2 stage, adjustable for position
  • Sights: Open or optical may be installed
  • Air Tank Volume: 490cc
  • Safety: Automatic on cocking
  • Energy: up to 500 foot pounds*

*Depending on caliber, pellet weight and power setting


AirForce TexanSS Big Bore Air Rifle

  • .308, .357 or .457 Caliber Lothar Walther Barrels
  • Pressure Relief Device
  • Adjustable Power. See our manual for more information on how to tune your rifle for your specific ammo used.
  • Low Effort Side Lever Cocking
  • Sound-Loc® Technology
  • Available in Original Black Finish

Technical Specifications:

  • Velocity: up to 930 feet per second*
  • Max Fill Pressure: 3000 psi / 200 bar (only use compressed air or dry nitrogen)
  • Action: Single shot
  • Weight: 9 lbs
  • Length: 45 inches
  • Barrel: 24.75 inches
  • Trigger: 2 stage, adjustable for position
  • Sights: Open or optical may be installed
  • Air Tank Volume: 490cc
  • Safety: Automatic on cocking
  • Energy: up to 400 foot pounds*

Depending on caliber, pellet weight and power setting

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.

Check Out The Gauntlet Here

 

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