It took a long time for AMC Eagles to rust. One sat in my buddies junkyard for ages with faded paint and little to no rust. They were galvanized...
Didn't realize how much representation was here from the manufacturers, not counting employees that like to hunt and shoot.
It looks block like. But if you look closely at the pics, it seems to be very ergonomic. The only double stack I could ever find to fit my hand...
I could be wrong, but I think that phrase is even older than that. Heh, I also agree with it.
Like I said, that was one of the old maxims.
Uhhhhh, I have a wood/coal kitchen stove. If you got nothing else going on with that coal. . .
It's always a good thing when a business opens in the US of A. Hope they're ready to hit the ground running.
Heh-heh, you got that right!
There's a thread like that down below. It's what made me want to start this thread.
Just what the title says. If you were a manufacturer, wouldn't you read forums for honest feedback or ideas from end users?
Or do you think that...
I don't believe the 95 is a magnum. For the ranges you'll be shooting at I've always had good luck with UTG scopes.
I hear the 95 is a good airgun. Buddy of mine at work has one. He also said it's not too heavy to tote around like a magnum springer. That's where...
Try different pellets as well. Airguns can be as finicky as rimfires.
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