Team Wild TV » airguns http://www.teamwild.tv Thu, 11 Feb 2016 18:30:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.7 The Best of Air Arms 2015http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/35110-the-best-of-air-arms-2015 http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/35110-the-best-of-air-arms-2015#comments Thu, 17 Dec 2015 17:00:31 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=35110 Team Wild’s Air Power has seen some incredible moments in 2015. Today, we look back at some of our favourite Read More

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Team Wild’s Air Power has seen some incredible moments in 2015. Today, we look back at some of our favourite moments of the year… It’s The Best of Air Arms 2015!

We can’t wait for what 2016 has in store!!

Please see below for the full videos that were featured.

A popular holiday resort has been infested with a few winged critters, so Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber and his Air Arms S410 TDR have been brought in to take out a few.

Team Air Arms are competing at the World Hunter Field Target Championship. 360 shooters from 11 different countries face off in a mixed ranged of target courses throughout the two-day event.

Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber who has travelled across two continents to visit Air Arms HQ for a personal tour.

Cai Ap Bryn will be unboxing and taking a closer look at the new S400F Superlite. The S400F Superlite, a single shot air rifle that weighs just 6lbs making it light and manoeuvrable.

We return to South Africa with Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber for a lesson in Master Class Dassie Hunting.

Team Wild TV and Night Vision Specialist Paul Hodson is out on a rodent removal mission. Paul needed the right air rifle for the job. The Air Arms S510 is extremely accurate with simplistic loading and cycling action- it’s the ideal air gun for rat shooting.

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Air Arms Factory Tour with Team Wild TV Expert Matt Dubberhttp://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34805-air-arms-factory-tour-with-team-wild-tv-expert-matt-dubber http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34805-air-arms-factory-tour-with-team-wild-tv-expert-matt-dubber#comments Thu, 12 Nov 2015 18:30:03 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=34805 Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber travelled across two continents to the UK and took a tour of Air Arms Read More

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Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber travelled across two continents to the UK and took a tour of Air Arms Headquarters. Afterwards we caught up with Matt and asked him a few questions about his visit.

What did you enjoy most about your visit to the Air Arms factory? It was awesome to see how the rifles were made, but even better to be able to put faces to the people behind the design of the guns. I felt right at home from the moment I walked through the door, and was instantly treated like family. You would think that the highlight may have been to see the factory itself, but in fact the highlight of my trip was to sit down with the Air Arms “crew” over dinner and just get to know them better. Once you are able to learn a little bit more about the people behind the design of the rifles, you can really appreciate the product a little more.

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Why have you wanted to visit the Air Arms factory for so long? The first PCP airgun I ever picked up was an Air Arms S410 Carbine. That was more than 10 years ago, and I remember being blown away by both the quality and the beauty of the rifle. I have been shooting with Air Arms rifles ever since. The brand holds a special place in my heart, as it does with many shooters around the world, and for this reason it has always been a dream of mine to head over to “HQ” and see what goes on behind the scenes.

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What did you learn from your visit? My perspective of the company changed completely. Being a very successful, international company, I was expecting a very business-like environment. But when I arrived, I found myself seated around a large table in a brightly-coloured room filled with engineers, managing directors, sales managers etc, all enjoying a meal together and looking like they were thoroughly enjoying themselves. These weren’t stressed, overworked employees – These were members of a family, people who loved their jobs. Because the environment was so great, there were many employees that had been there for over 20 years! That continuity is good for any business. What I learned was that success comes from doing what you love, with people you love.

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What advice would you give to someone who plans to visit the factory? Prepare to have your mind blown! Ask Alan George to give you a tour of the downstairs factory and the upstairs assembly area – It is truly mind-boggling to see the number of processes each individual part has to go through to obtain the best possible quality.

To find out more about Matt Dubber, please visit: www.teamwild.tv/the-experts/matt-dubber

Please visit ‪www.air-arms.co.uk for videos, news, reviews and so much more.

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Air Gun Pest Control – Rat Shootinghttp://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34492-airgun-pest-control-rat-shooting http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34492-airgun-pest-control-rat-shooting#comments Thu, 17 Sep 2015 17:29:37 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=34492 Load Up The Air Rifle And Aim The Crosshairs…The Brand New Episode Of Team Wild’s Air Power Is Here!! It’s Read More

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Load Up The Air Rifle And Aim The Crosshairs…The Brand New Episode Of Team Wild’s Air Power Is Here!!

It’s time for another epic airgun shooting session.

On today’s episode, we join Team Wild TV expert and Night Vision Specialist Paul Hodson as he undertakes a rodent removal mission for a local farmer.

When it comes to farm management rodent disposal is very crucial. Rats are very common animals to find within farmlands, you can often spot them hiding within the barns amongst the hay bales. They can spread serious diseases such as Leptospira, Toxoplasma gondii, and Campylobacter, not forgetting the damage they can cause to crops.

Rat shooting can be very tricky business, they only tend to come out at night and remain in very dusty and dirty areas. Rats may be small, but don’t be deceived they are a lot tougher than they look and are very adaptive to their surroundings.

Luckily, Paul Hodson has the right tool for the job. The Air Arms S510 is the perfect airgun for some fast paced rat shooting. With it’s extremely accurate with simplistic loading and cycling action; the Air Arms S510 is the ideal air rifle for pest control.

Watch the video below to see how Paul and the Air Arms S510 get on against these pesky critters.

If you want too get into air rifle pest control Paul has some important advice: “Never let a chance go by! I started off with a very small permission to shoot rabbits and rats at a smallholding. The landowner passed the word on that I did a good job and here I am 35 years later with over 20,000 acres and 15 +farms and dozens of small permissions.”

If you’d like to learn more about Team Wild TV’s Paul Hodson, click here to read his Five Top Tips for Night Vision Preparation.

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Benjamin Bulldog Big Bore Air Rifle Hunting in South Africa: Red Hartebeesthttp://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34394-benjamin-bulldog-big-bore-air-rifle-hunting-in-south-africa-red-hartebeest http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/34394-benjamin-bulldog-big-bore-air-rifle-hunting-in-south-africa-red-hartebeest#comments Thu, 10 Sep 2015 17:30:50 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=34394 We’re back in the Bushveld of the Eastern Cape in South Africa for another exciting airgun hunting safari. Today on Read More

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We’re back in the Bushveld of the Eastern Cape in South Africa for another exciting airgun hunting safari.

Today on Realtree Global Hunting, Chief of International Pro Team Ian Harford returns to the Dark Continent with the amazing Benjamin Bulldog .357 Big Bore Air Rifle from Crosman.

Accompanied by Gavin Ingram of Nduna Hunting Safaris, Ian heads out on the hunt for red hartebeest.

South Africa is considered by many to be home of big game hunting and on iconic destination for adventurous from across the globe.

The tough terrain, the plethora of game and the challenging hunting conditions makes this the perfect location for any hunter wanting to test their metal. Ian has the right tool for the job and has already achieved great success using the Benjamin Bulldog, taking a duiker, springbok, three warthogs and narrowly missing an impala.

Red hartebeest tend to move in herds, trying to sneak up on them can be difficult as they rely on the numerous eyes of the group looking in every direction. Even though they have relatively poor eyesight, red hartebeest have excellent sense of smell and hearing, if just one of the herd is spooked the others will take off running.

Will Ian conquer the illusive red hartebeest and add to his impressive list of game? Watch the full video now to find out…

To book your next South African hunting trip of a lifetime please visit ndunahuntingsafaris.co.za

For more information on the Benjamin Bulldog .357 Big Bore Air Rifle visit www.crosman.com/airguns/air-rifles/bulldog-synthetic

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Britain’s Best Gun Shops: John Bradshaw’s Gun Shophttp://www.teamwild.tv/news/34180-britains-best-gun-shops-john-bradshaws-gun-shop http://www.teamwild.tv/news/34180-britains-best-gun-shops-john-bradshaws-gun-shop#comments Mon, 03 Aug 2015 17:30:59 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=34180 Are You Looking For A Gun Shop That Specialises In All Of You’re Shooting Needs? … Then look no further; Read More

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Are You Looking For A Gun Shop That Specialises In All Of You’re Shooting Needs? …

Then look no further; John Bradshaw’s Gun Shop is here for you.

Set up by John Bradshaw himself in 1981, this family run business is dedicated to supplying first class services.

The shop has a wide range of sporting rifles, optics, shotguns, ammunition and accessories on display, creating one of the best gun shopping experiences in the region.

Marcus Simpson and the team offer a service that is second to none. They provide each customer with real expertise and advice that is perfect for the modern rifle and shotgun shooter.

You can find John Bradshaw’s Gun Shop at this year’s Midland Game fair in September.

For more information please vist http://www.johnbradshawguns.co.uk/

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Airgun Hunting: Starling Pest Control in South Africahttp://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/33590-airgun-hunting-starling-pest-control-in-south-africa http://www.teamwild.tv/video-2/33590-airgun-hunting-starling-pest-control-in-south-africa#comments Sun, 28 Jun 2015 12:30:13 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=33590 It’s time for some airgun hunting, today on Team Wild TV. We join Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber as Read More

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It’s time for some airgun hunting, today on Team Wild TV.

We join Team Wild TV expert Matt Dubber as he is out working pest control for a popular holiday resort in South Africa.

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Starlings are very problematic birds in South Africa and cause havoc in their environments. Numbers have massively increased and controlling the population is critical.

Matt has been brought in by management of this favoured holiday spots This is a very important case of vermin removal as the starlings can overrun an area and if left unintended could ruin the resorts reputation. Due to the location and suitable nesting spots, the starling numbers have almost grown out of control.

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But this isn’t like any typical pest control outing, the location is thriving with tourist activities, Matt can’t go around shooting the birds left, right and centre.

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Thankfully Matt has the perfect air rifle for the job. The Air Arms S410 TDR complete with silencer and discreet carry case will help take out several birds without interrupting any family vacations.

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The TDR packs down with its scope fixed, so it stays in perfect zero, ready to be assembled in less than 20 seconds to provide that renowned S410 performance.

Up against difficult circumstances and very clever birds, Matt has his work cut out for him, but with his shooting skills and the help of the S410 TDR he’s up for the challenge.

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Watch the full video now to see how he gets on.

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Pellet Speed and Accuracy – Don’t be fooled!http://www.teamwild.tv/academy/27131-pellet-speed-accuracy-dont-fooled http://www.teamwild.tv/academy/27131-pellet-speed-accuracy-dont-fooled#comments Thu, 02 Apr 2015 07:00:54 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=27131 Team Wild TV Expert Matt Dubber explains why a faster shooter might not always be the most accurate!! “The faster Read More

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Team Wild TV Expert Matt Dubber explains why a faster shooter might not always be the most accurate!!

“The faster your gun can shoot, the more accurate it will be”. It has to be true, right?  The answer is a little more complicated then that. Sure, a higher velocity will result in a flatter trajectory, but there are more factors at play than one may think. Let’s take a closer look at these factors, shall we?

To answer the question of Pellet Speed vs Accuracy, we need to first understand why a pellet was designed the way it was. Have you ever wondered why a pellet has such an odd shape compared to a bullet? The answer is quite simple: Bullets are designed for supersonic flight, and pellets are designed for subsonic flight. Because pellets are traveling at low speeds, they need be stabilized by drag, and the skirt of the pellet does just that – It keeps the center of gravity near the front of the projectile, and keeps the nose pointing forward. However, this high-drag design causes problems at speeds approaching Mach 1.

A pellet traveling at really high speeds will begin to tumble because of the forces that are exerted on the pellet as it nears the transonic zone. A pellet traveling 900 FPS will begin to experience the problems caused by supersonic flight, because the high-drag design speeds up the air passing over certain parts of the pellet. This means that in order to achieve stable flight a pellet needs to be traveling at 900fps or lower (theoretically). Some pellets can retain their stability at higher speeds, but I have seen very few that can stay accurate after being fired at more than 1000 FPS.

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If you live in the UK, the 12 FPE energy limit can actually be a blessing in disguise, as it ensures you aren’t sucked into the belief that cranking the power up is always a benefit. Where I’m from (South Africa), this is a huge problem.

To achieve the best possible accuracy in your rifle, you will want to find the point at which you begin to lose stability and then track back a bit, so that the pellet is flying fast enough to maintain a fairly flat trajectory while still maintaining its stability. If you own a gun that’s shooting really hot (950 FPS or higher), send it in to be tuned down a bit – You’ll lose some of that knock-down power, but the accuracy you’ll get will make up for that.

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Is it the end of the world if you’ve bought a rifle that’s shooting too fast and you can’t do anything about it? Well, that depends on what you intend to use it for. If you’re just plinking in your backyard, then certainly not. If you’re Hunting, however, it’s important to be able to be able to hit the vitals of your quarry every time, and you’ll probably want to limit your hunting to within 20 Meters or so.

When the time comes to choose a rifle, don’t be fooled – Faster isn’t always better, and the 12 Foot-Pound energy limit may actually be a blessing in disguise. High Power means nothing if you can’t put that pellet on the kill zone…but find an accurate rifle that can hit the brain of a squirrel at 50 Meters, and suddenly you’ll find that the power you thought you needed may not have been so important after all!

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To see Matt Dubber’s review on the Air Arms Ultimate Sporter please click here.

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Hunting in 2015- What our experts have to say!!http://www.teamwild.tv/news/24509-hunting-2015-experts-say http://www.teamwild.tv/news/24509-hunting-2015-experts-say#comments Fri, 27 Feb 2015 08:00:41 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=24509 We hear from a few more of our experts here at Team Wild TV, giving you their tips for successful Read More

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We hear from a few more of our experts here at Team Wild TV, giving you their tips for successful hunting in 2015. 

Matt Cole:

If you want to claim your record bag this year make sure you do your homework, watch the flight lines and check the weather forecast, it will make the difference.

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Craig Jackson – Best Fox Call:

After you’ve called a fox in and shot it don’t be so hasty to go and pick it up. Carry on calling for a few minutes as there may be another one lurking in back ground. If it’s watched another one run in it may think it’s caught something. Majority of the time I’ve done this nothing else has appeared but on more than one occasion I’ve called another fox in.

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Matt Dubber:

Get to know your rifle well. Whether you’re punching paper with an airgun, smacking rabbits with a rimfire or hunting dangerous game in the depths of Africa, the same concept applies: Shooting is instinctive, and the body needs to make the rifle an extension of itself and develop muscle memory in order for the shooter to reach his full potential. Take the time to disassemble your rifle and figure out how everything works. Don’t be afraid to try different ammunition, techniques and stances. Many accomplished shooters will tell you that their success is largely due to their willingness to stick with the equipment they know and love. “Stick to your Guns”…We’ve all heard it before – It’s a simple concept to understand, but something that will enable you to get the best out of your equipment.

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Steve Wild:

It doesn’t matter how cold, wet or tired you are always look after your kit before you think of yourself! “Look after your kit and it will look after you!”

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Fernando Munoz: 

Identifying the safety lines of fire, looking around you and identifying your colleagues is mandatory, it will help you to recognize the areas where you cannot shoot. Following this liturgy, you will increase your success in driven hunts and even in a tree stand … after that, it’s you and your aim which must do the rest of the work.

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Up-close with the Air Arms HFT 500http://www.teamwild.tv/hunting/22789-close-air-arms-hft-500 http://www.teamwild.tv/hunting/22789-close-air-arms-hft-500#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 11:00:37 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=22789 Here I am getting up close and personal with the Air Arms HTF-500 rifle. To properly set up your rifle Read More

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Here I am getting up close and personal with the Air Arms HTF-500 rifle.

2. To properly set up your rifle for competition, you need to use the same equipment as you would in a shoot

To properly set up your rifle for competition, you need to use the same equipment as you would in a shoot.

3. First you need to set out your targets at various ranges from 8 yards to 45 yards. I check aimpoints at 1 yard increments up to 25 yards and 2.5 yard increments thereafter

First you need to set out your targets at various ranges from 8 yards to 45 yards. I check aimpoints at 1 yard increments up to 25 yards and 2.5 yard increments thereafter.

4. I usually take the air tank out to the range with me to save heading back into the house every few minutes

I usually take the air tank out to the range with me to save heading back into the house every few minutes.

6. Filling the HFT500 is a doddle thanks to the familiar Air Arms valve at the end of the reservoir

Filling the HFT500 is a doddle thanks to the familiar Air Arms valve at the end of the reservoir.

7. A gauge in the underside of the action shows at a glance what capacity is left in the cylinder

A gauge in the underside of the action shows at a glance what capacity is left in the cylinder.

8. An alloy screw cap keeps the filler valve protected and perfectly compliments the barrel end stripperAn alloy screw cap keeps the filler valve protected and perfectly compliments the barrel end stripper.

9. Be sure to get as close to match conditions as possible when checking aim points. I lay prone and use a post as the fixed point as i would in competition, but add a bean bag rest to steady the shots

Be sure to get as close to match conditions as possible when checking aim points. I lay prone and use a post as the fixed point as I would in competition but add a bean bag rest to steady the shots.

11. The HFT500 employs a breech tray and side cocking lever similar to the benchmark Air Arms EV2

The-HFT500 employs a breech tray and side cocking ever similar to the benchmark Air Arms EV2.

For more information on the HFT 500 and all things Air-Arms please visit www.air-arms.co.uk

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Air Arms S410 TDR Reviewhttp://www.teamwild.tv/hunting/16757-air-arms-s410-tdr-review http://www.teamwild.tv/hunting/16757-air-arms-s410-tdr-review#comments Fri, 08 Aug 2014 16:29:42 +0000 http://www.teamwild.tv/?p=16757 Mention Take Down Rifle, and immediately snipers and assassins spring to mind. A dodgy looking individual with a briefcase and Read More

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Mention Take Down Rifle, and immediately snipers and assassins spring to mind.

A dodgy looking individual with a briefcase and inside, a host of parts and goodies all waiting to be assembled into a killing machine.

The Air Arms S410 TDR is no exception, apart from today, it’s not being assembled by a dodgy looking character! 😉

Lets have a closer look at this awesome little rifle.

What am I looking so happy for?...The Air Arms S410 TDR packs down into a handy back pack.

What am I looking so happy for?…The Air Arms S410 TDR packs down into a handy back pack.

A place for everything, and everything in its place!

A place for everything, and everything in its place!

The metal prongs on the rear of the stock align with points drilled into the rear of the breech.

The metal prongs on the rear of the stock align with points drilled into the rear of the breech.

Simply slide the two together.

Simply slide the two together.

And then rotate the knurled disc at the rear of the stock until it becomes tight.

And then rotate the knurled disc at the rear of the stock until it becomes tight.

The rear stock and fore stock are now held tightly.

The rear stock and fore stock are now held tightly.

It's starting to look a bit like a gun now. All that is left is to fit the silencer and load the mag ready for action. The gun weighs just over 6 lbs and balances really well. Freehand standing shots become easy.

It’s starting to look a bit like a gun now. All that is left is to fit the silencer and load the mag ready for action. The gun weighs just over 6 lbs and balances really well. Freehand standing shots become easy.

The silencer is held in place by a threaded screw. It pays to check this every 30 shots or so. The Silencer is lightweight and doesn't affect the guns balance at all.

The silencer is held in place by a threaded screw. It pays to check this every 30 shots or so. The Silencer is lightweight and doesn’t affect the guns balance at all.

The 10 shot magazine is incredibly easy to load. Perfect for night missions!

The 10 shot magazine is incredibly easy to load. Perfect for night missions!

The adjustable two stage trigger has a nice feel to it. I'm not a huge fan of the 'in the trigger safety catches' but this one works well and is effortless to knock off, it's also silent!

The adjustable two stage trigger has a nice feel to it. I’m not a huge fan of the ‘in the trigger safety catches’ but this one works well and is effortless to knock off, it’s also silent!

An easy to read built in manometer lets you know how much air you have left. You should have enough for 40 shots from a fill in both .22 and .177

An easy to read built in manometer lets you know how much air you have left. You should have enough for 40 shots from a fill in both .22 and .177

An accessory rail should you decide to tit a bi pod.

An accessory rail should you decide to tit a bi pod.

This is a neat touch. Two spare 10 shot magazines clip under the adjustable rear stock. This means you can load up for the night and just swap mags if the going gets hectic...The rats wont know what has hit them.

This is a neat touch. Two spare 10 shot magazines clip under the adjustable rear stock. This means you can load up for the night and just swap mags if the going gets hectic…The rats wont know what has hit them.

The screw cap reveals the tried and tested Air Arms filling system.

The screw cap reveals the tried and tested Air Arms filling system.

Comfortable and compact and made in Britain...What more could you ask for?

Comfortable and compact and made in Britain…What more could you ask for?

So there you have it, a super compact rifle that assembles in seconds with absolutely no loss of zero. The rifle is comfortable and accurate to shoot, and also gives a respectable 40 shots for such a compact unit. It might be small, but it packs a punch!

You and Air Arms, a winning combination!!

Click on this link to see the full range of Air Arms products.

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