Airgun Shooter


Shooting of one type or another has always been a big part of my life. For more than 50 years I have taken part in many of the shooting sports and have fired things from Gat air pistols to shoulder-launched missiles, and pretty much everything in between.

Interestingly though, my one overriding passion for shooting does not involve the use of rapidly expanding chemicals to fire a projectile. Firearm shooting can be challenging and obviously comes with far more responsibility from the shooter due to the ability of a bullet to fly very long distances while still retaining massive levels of energy. Of course, the use of firearms for shooting at large prey such as deer is a necessity as it takes

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