Getting into shooting air rifles can be a difficult and complicated task. There’s legislation to understand, weapon types to wrap your head around and ammunition to choose (to name but a few). So, be it for competitive target shooting, back garden plinking or farm pest elimination, choosing the right air rifle pellet can be a difficult task for a novice.
So, in this blog, we’re going to go through the different kinds of pellet that are available on the market, and give you insight into the pros and cons of their use.
Like any hobby, to a newcomer, airgun shooting can seem like a minefield of terminology, confusing phrases and niche information which can make it difficult to learn the ropes. Airgun shooting is absolutely no exception to this. One confusing thing you may be finding is the different kinds of airguns and which one is better than the others.
Tuning your airsoft weapon is a huge part of the hobby. There’s nothing better than heading into a skirmish, excited to see what the previous week’s upgrades and tinkering has done to the performance of your weapon.
However, gas airsoft guns are some of the hardest, but most important weapons to tune. They can be less predictable than spring and electric weapons. In a sport where predictability and dependability are key, this is something you’ll want to tune.
If you’re new to shooting or you’re in the market for a shotgun or rifle, you may have heard the term “gun fit” or “gun fitting” thrown around. No, this isn’t some strange kind of firearm related cross-fit training regime; Gun Fit is the art of ensuring that the fire arm is tailored perfectly to the shooter.
Firearm Law in the UK can, on the face of it, be a little complicated. For people that aren’t familiar, it’s not always easy to tell which firearms are legal, which ones you can own and the difference between the kinds of firearm certificate available.
When you place your firearm in storage you want to be certain that it’s going to be in the same condition when you take it out, be it in a few days or next shooting season. Corrosion is harsh and unforgiving and doesn’t care how much money you spent on your beloved firearm, it’ll ruin them all the same.
If you shoot firearms, are interested in shooting, or have had a look at our products, you might have heard of something called Blu Gel. Blu Gel (or Blue Gel), is a product of ours which is designed to re-apply the “bluing” of a gun, if it gets worn or scratched off. Bluing is a process applied to gun steel, in order to protect against rust with a black oxide coating and gives guns their typical black colour (with a tint of blue, hence the name).
On the face of it, storing a shotgun may seem like a relatively simple topic. Naturally there are safety concerns to be aware of, but how complicated can storing a shotgun actually be? It’s important to stress here that, your local laws may differ and require more than we cover in this article. If you’re shooting firearms or intend to, you should be update to date with the law and its requirements of you regardless.