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Pure Benjamin Power

The Benjamin Marauder Woods Walker is top of its mark. This puppy was engineered to give you the best performance and delivers a massive punch to silence any vermin. This gun is known for its silence and high powered propulsion of up to 2,900 psi and can obliterate a target up to 33 yards away. While engineering this bad boy Crossman decided to make it interchangeable from either a tactical pistol or a detailed, lightweight shoulder stock.

This bow hunting sidekick is perfect for the trade with its perfectly designed camouflage 12 inch choked barrel to deliver superior accuracy. Not having to carry co2 cartridges is a plus for keeping your pack lightweight. The second 65cc air reservoir allows for 26 shots at maximum capacity with a .22 caliber death kill. As seen on You Tube’s Bowhunters Planet this puppy is highly recommended for the job and well-reviewed. They take a step by step count of the manufacturing right up to giving a full demonstration of its easy reload and fire.
Your New Year’s resolution should include adding the Benjamin Marauder Woods Walker air pistol to your hunting or pest control gear.

The Umarex Steel Storm

The Umarex Steel Storm will make Swiss cheese out of any pop can. Umarex once again brings us an ultimate bb that can unleash a six round burst or single shot of over 430 FPS. This rugged tactical sub machine gun, although wicked on its own, is ready for tricking out with multiple accessories like laser sighting and swat style flash light. The blow back action gives the best in real play and is hard to compare at this smoking hot deal.

We had to have physical evidence to prove the brawns behind the Steel Storm so we found Ramblin Around TV to prove its power. This off the chart video put it to the test cleaning up a small stack of cans in seconds – leaving nothing behind. Not only does this six round burst lay down the law with rapid fire but the accuracy is like no other. As you will see they had no problem emptying the 300 round internal hopper into clay targets effortlessly. Ramblin Around mentioned they used copper coated steel bb’s and from the distance they were standing away from the target, proves the power this baby puts out. Looks like these boys had some fun and our guess is they ended up making several trips to the corner store for more pop cans.

This holiday you better get a larger stocking or trade in your coal for this bad boy. Santa’s elves are armed with the Steel Storm defending Mrs. Clause’s ginger bread from those zombie rodents.

IZH MP-61

We love user reviews of airguns that we sell on our site. This is a review of the IZH MP-61.

Do you secure your weapon?

Bulldog Standard Digital Pistol Vault

Every gun that actually shoots should be treated a weapon. This includes airsoft as well as BB guns. This means that you should always take care of your gun as though it could pose a threat to untrained users. Just as you would lock a rimfire weapon in a gun vault, locking your airsoft or BB gun in a vault keeps everyone that may come in contact with it safe.

Many people are litigation happy and a child with a BB stuck in his foot is a lawsuit for sure. Therefore, not only does a vault protect innocent people, it protects you as well.

Cosplay and Airsoft Guns?

Taken from http://www.dhresource.com/

If you watch any television you know that reality tv is about the only programming you can find. Over the years we’ve seen just about everything. Well now we’ve hitched our flag to a sub culture called Cosplay. This is short for costume play. In a sense it could be thought of as similar to WWII or even Civil War reenactments except these folks don’t simply stick to war related themes. Anything you can dress up as, Cosplay people will do it.

Why does this topic belong on an airgun blog? Well, these Cosplay folks host conventions and several other types of events and if you are into military reenactments, you might want to round up your most authentic looking costume, grab your airsoft rifle and head down to your local Cosplay convention…presuming your local authorities allow you to take airsoft out into public without getting into trouble.