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Category Archives: General

Scoping the Feinwerkbau LP80

Back in February on 2016 I wrote about my then-new (to me) FWB LP80, the most accurate spring air pistol ever made. Mine arrived with a Beeman-installed scope rail that I removed, leaving holes: that I filled with setscrews. As I’m now shooting my more recently (April 2017) aquired FWB LP100, the LP80 has been […]

Sgt. Dave reviews the Remington 1911 RAC [refurbished]

  [Our CO2 and BB loving friend Sgt. Dave is back again with another new purchase, and he’s going to tell you all about it] In contrast with certain other realistic replica airguns (like the Luger I reviewed recently), the customer for a Colt M1911 replica has a bewildering array of selections to choose from.  […]

Sgt. Dave on The Umarex Legends P.08 Luger

[Regular readers are familiar with Sgt. Dave, a retired Air Force lifer who traded complex radar systems and guided missiles for open sights and CO2 powered pellets and BBs. He’s back this time with a detailed writeup on a gun from one of his favorite categories.] — It wasn’t long after the category of “realistic […]

The Beeman P17: Best bargain in air pistols?

  Normally the only air pistols that interest me are match pistols- those capable of making one-hole groups at 10 meters, with triggers that can be set to just a few ounces. But I’ve heard so many good things about the P17 that when I saw it at Amazon for under $33, I decided to […]