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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.

Small game hunting is right around the corner

Small game hunting is right around the corner

Hunting season is just around the corner and it’s time to start gearing up for the small game season. At Airgun Warehouse, we sell a full line of .22 caliber hunting rifles that are perfect for all of your small game hunting. For example, the Benjamin Trail NP with Realtree Stock boasts a speed of 950 feet per second. This is perfect for improved accuracy and quick kill. The Benjamin Trail NP XL Thumbhole with Hardwood Stock shoots at an incredible speed of 1100 feet per second. At a cost of only $299.99, it’s the perfect gun for novice and experienced hunters.

What is Plinking

Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Airgun Target

One question we often get from newcomers to the sport of Airsoft is, “What’s plinking?” Well, there is an easy answer to this great question. Plinking is the term used for shooting at small paper targets. Plinking most likely originated during the great depression where children, armed with a cheap .22 rimfire rifle would shoot at tin cans set up along a fence. The term “plinking” comes from the sound of the bullet hitting the tin can.

Shortly after Airsoft rifles and pistols came to prominence, plinkers quickly transitioned to pellets and BB’s for their plinking needs. Today, you can find a wide array of paper targets designed for plinking. You can also find targets such as the Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Airgun Target or the  Gamo Squirrel Field Target with four Kill-Zone Reducers. These targets are reusable and add an element of difficulty not found with traditional paper targets.

There are numerous ways to score a round of plinking. If the goal is to simply “plink” a target, you get a set number of points for each hit. For example, if you are shooting at tin cans, you get 5 points for hitting the tin can or ten points of you knock the tin can off it’s perch. If you are shooting at a paper target, you get points in graduation depending on the proximity of the hit to the bulls eye. You can literally make up your own rules as you develop your own plinking game.