Besides airguns and outdoor equipment, we also sell deactivated firearms.
These are firearms that have their internal components altered in such a way that they can’t be used anymore.
Because these items do not require a special license to own (depending on where you live), these are very interesting collector items.
Of course, you want to know to which degree these firearms have been turned into solid pieces of steel.
Primarily, most of the cutting and welding has been done internally. So, this isn’t visible from the outside.
However, there are some visible indicators of a disabled firearm.
As an example, we will take a look at an Israeli Uzi and a Russian SKS.
What is a digital scope?
First things first. The main difference is that in contrast to a normal scope, a digital scope uses a camera and a screen instead of multiple lenses.
This allows the scope to add multiple options. Such as changing the reticule, camera modes, digital zeroing, etc.
What’s so special about this one?
ATN Corp. has added a vast array of options a
Whether it is for personalisation or practical purposes, almost everyone modifies their airgun with accessories.
This can be a small addition like a flashlight or laser, to rail adapters with quick-detach scope mounts.
The options are practically endless.
Types of options
There are many options for accessories and upgrades. Here are some of them:
A popular option that many people choose, is a scope. This is a great choice when you need more precision.
Of course there are way too many options an
When talking about Co2, most airguns available are just fun plinking guns for hitting some cans.
Therefore they are known for lacking accuracy and power.
But with the Umarex 850 M2 XT, this is far from the truth.
What is it known for?
Besides great looks, the Umarex 850 is well known for its accuracy and power.
At 16 joules this gun has comparably more power than most Co2 airguns.
Running on Co2, this air rifle can take an 88 grams Co2 cartridge or a 2x 12 grams Co2 adapter.
Using an 8 shots rotary magazine, this bolt-action airgun
The FX Boss PCP Air rifle
Anyone who is even a little serious about airguns, is familiar with FX Airguns.
This Swedish brand is one of the best airgun brands available for both hunting and competition shooting.
Therefore, an airgun from FX is a common sight on any competition. And often in the hands of the winner.
What makes the Boss so great?
With 130 joules
Different types of airguns:
Often we get questions like: "What does PCP mean"? or "What is a gas-piston"?
In the broad world of airguns, a lot of terms, types and names get thrown around. And it gets confusing very quickly.
Today, I am going to explain the basics.
What are we going to talk about?
Great question! We're going to talk about the basic types of airguns and touch on some variations. We won't discuss the technical aspects, since they differ a lot between brands. But in general, functionality is the same.
The most b
What is the Gamo G Magnum 1250 IGT Whisper Mach 1?
The Gamo G Magnum 1250 IGT Whisper Mach 1 is a very potent, powerful, accurate an ergonomic airgun (with a very long name). Equipped with all the main Gamo technologies, it makes for a very comfortable, yet powerful shooting experience.
This break-barrel airgun is a very popular choice amongst our customers because it's a great multi-purpose air rifle.
It features a comfortable stock with an ergonomic pistol-style grip. This style of grip prevents your hand muscles from tightening and results in a more relaxed trigger pull.
On the back of the stock, there is a rubber recoil pad. This pad utilizes SWA™ anti-recoil system
Most of us are used to break-barrel airguns that shoot .177 (4.5mm) pellets. Or if you want some more power, a .22 (5.55mm).
But as some of us know, size does matter..
So what if you want some bone-crushing power of the .30(7.62mm)? Can this be done outside the realm of PCP?
Hatsan, known for always delivering more power than you expect, has proven us not only that this can be done with a break-barrel, but also that it's a lot of serious fun!
So what is this miracle gun?
The Hatsan Carnivore 135QE is the world's first big bore break barrel airgun.
This airgun is made for the big and heavy .30(7.62mm) pellet.
At first, this size was reserved to PCP airguns only, because they could provide
Want a really big airgun that hits your target at a long range, and then smacks the target to smithereens?
Then the Hatsan Hercules is the one for you.
Do you want to do the same thing, but in a compact transportable package?
Then the Hatsan Hercules Bully is even better!
What is the Hatsan Hercules?
The Hatsan Hercules transforms the Roman myth and literature to pure kinetic energy.
Shooting either a 7.62mm (.30") or a 9mm (.35") pellet at around 300 m/s (990fps), this beast of an airguns surely lets you know when you hit your target.
With two 10 shot rotary magazines (9 shots for the 9mm variant) and two 500ml
When you're interested in airguns, it's very likely that you have heard of Weihrauch.
Weihrauch is world famous for the quality and precision of its airguns and airpistols.
Today we're looking at the Weihrauch HW97 Blackline and the HW97K.
There's not much difference between the Blackline and the HW97K besides the synthetic stock and the thumbhole. So all the technical aspect remain the same.
Praised for its accuracy, the HW97 is a fixed-barrel under lever airgun. And is considered to be a jewel amongst the spring-piston airguns.
These airguns are easy to spot amongst both hobby shooters, v