Shooting seasons...


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ZVP
November 23, 2013, 04:46 AM
Being an oldtimer to this hobby I have watched this pattern develop every year! Fall and winter bring out the springers and Pump Pneumatics, (who wants to pump in 100 degrees?) spring brings out the Co2's 9Easy to operate) Springers and PCP's too. Summer has the Co2's goin strong and of course the PVP's are always out!
Air pistols are more popular during the cold weather as much indoor, short range shooting goes on.
The warm and hot months are popular with the CO2 pistoleers due to the good preformance of warm and hot Co2.
Man these days the PCP;s cover all seasons and preform bery well to boot!
Spring qnd Summer are springer times! They preform well when all warmed up and the seals seal well for optimum power. They also work great in cold weather but sometimes you may want togive em a couple warm-up shots to soften the Piston seal.
It's sorta funny to watch the Forum discussions change as the seasons do
Of course you need to own the proper airguns to take advantage of these seasonal changes...
JMHO,
BPDave

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rodinal220
November 23, 2013, 10:34 AM
Yup,with winter fast approaching and skyrocketing ammo prices,the FWB300s comes out once again for indoor trigger time. His little brother FWB65 likes to play too.

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