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Category Archives: Competition

The various forms of airgun competition

Pellet Traps for indoor practice

If you want to improve your marksmanship you’ve got to practice, and unless you have a dedicated outdoor range with a sand berm, like one friend of mine, you’re going to need a pellet trap. Even if you have an outdoor range, if you live in the Northern half of this country you’ll need a […]

Alfa-Proj PCP Match Air Pistol

    I’ve been looking for a reasonably priced better-quality match air pistol for a while. Used FWB 65s are now going for over $600, and parts are getting harder to find. The Hammerli A20 is almost a thousand bucks, and sized for a junior hand. But Air Arms’ PCP-modified Alfa Proj, at $749, is […]

The Daisy 777 Target Pistol

I’ve written a bit about the 777 and its cheaper cousins, the 747 and 717, but until this one arrived via UPS yesterday I had never actually handled a 777. I found this one at a very good price on Gunbroker.com. ┬áIt arrived, along with a Plano case, a set of airgun-sized silhouettes, and three […]

A Competition Ready TX-200

I’m thinning out the collection, and selling guns that I’m not shooting. Just sold is the Jim Maccari tuned Air Arms TX-200 I shot in competition for two years. This shoots about as well as a spring gun can- with carefully selected pellets, it’ll shoot well under a minute of angle all day long. I […]