The Pellet Slingers

The Pellet Slingers

This is a discussion on The Pellet Slingers within the Air, Gas, and Spring Guns forums, part of the Other Firearms category; I have three Pellet (actual) Guns The Crosman 1377-99 Carbine: The Crosman Nitro Venom: And the Umarex/Colt 1911A1 Gold Cup: Plus, I also have a ...

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  1. #1 The Pellet Slingers 
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    I have three Pellet (actual) Guns
    The Crosman 1377-99 Carbine:
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    The Crosman Nitro Venom:
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    And the Umarex/Colt 1911A1 Gold Cup:
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    Plus, I also have a couple Convert-A-Pell Kits:
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    Love the pellet guns.

    Diana 460 magnum tuned by MZ


    Walther LGV

    Noted for being the best out of the box without a custom tune.

    The Famous Little Black Russian


    Walther CP88 ---Used in England for Iron Plate shooting.

    To many too post

    Beeman C1 (Webley)
    Diana Model 34
    HW Model 30 Custom tuned by Tom at Vortek

    These are just a few, might post more later.
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    HW30



    Many People in the Air gun world are familiar with the great Tuner Marcel Zapatero. A engineer by trade. His custom tunes turn a airgun into a smooth as silk shooter. His own personal collection is awesome as well as his custom stocks. Here he is after tuning my Beeman C1 (Which Doc Beeman said "has a almost a cult like following".



    Her is one of the most sweet shooting guns I have shot. A Vintage light weight HW30 MK11 tuned by Marcel and the stock refinished by him.






    The is my RWS Diana MDL34 a German gun that is notorious and known by many as their first venture into quality Pellet guns. These are know for very long droopy barrels and the most fun gun to shoot without a scope.

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  5. #4 Re: The Pellet Slingers 
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    Those are beautiful WS
    Thinking of added a 22 Cal to my little Family of Pellet Rifles
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    Here is a cool Pistol. A Replica. They really got the realism down pat. From,weight, size, take down etc. Not a Pellet gun, but BB and so fun to shoot.

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    Thanks for the inspiration again!
    I often thought of getting a air blaster to keep up with pistol training. As a kid I had many days target shooting and loved it.
    *Found this article on Gun Digest.
    *I have a couple of pellet and BB guns but may need to look into getting one that is more modern and practical. I have a P23 Gamo/air BB that is a good one and a plastic pellet S&W semi auto that I took out of storage and will setup a training area.
    https://gundigest.com/article/wind-p...fle-and-pistol
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    Looking into these wind shooters you have to be impressed with the air rifles and pistols on the market today. There are some beauties on this thread and researching them is fun. Now to decide on what to get. This a great way for me to add to my training. 62 yrs. old and still excited about shooting BB/Pellet guns! When I get a chance I will post a picture of the two of mine but they are nothing compared to the ones here.
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    Hollycrap WS
    You really have some sweet Airguns



    Quote Originally Posted by rclark28 View Post
    Looking into these wind shooters you have to be impressed with the air rifles and pistols on the market today. There are some beauties on this thread and researching them is fun. Now to decide on what to get. This a great way for me to add to my training. 62 yrs. old and still excited about shooting BB/Pellet guns! When I get a chance I will post a picture of the two of mine but they are nothing compared to the ones here.
    I have "thought" about getting a nice Large Caliber, PCP Rifle
    And then the reality of their "Actual Cost" brings me back to earth
    I think I'll stick with my Nitro Pistol .177 Rifle for now, and maybe add a .22 version of it later
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    Here is one of my favorite past times. I call it "Wind Shooting". The gun I use is a Baikal model 60. The barrel is one of the most accurate I have ever shot. These guns had almost cult like following. Triggers were match grade 6 way adjustable.

    I would wait for a day with a light breeze. Where the leaves move most of the time, but just for a split second will stop and you fire off a shot to the center vein of the leaf. These rifles are low powered.
    This might look simple but requires a ton of patience. You really have to be one with the gun and nature. You will actually drift into a state of out of body experience so to speak. You really get lost in time. You focus so much that a hour will go by like it is 10 min.




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    Sounds like something I could get into !

    One of my usual Targets, are the give-away Laminate samples you get from HomeDepot .... like this:
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    I grab a few of them and set them out at 25 yards:
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    And those give-away Powder-Coat samples make great "Freebee" Gongs for your Pellet / BB Guns

    Or, I just shoot the "Heads" off of Dandelions !
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