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Up Your Game With A Treestand

Up Your Game With A Treestand

This is a guest post from our friends at HunterTreeStands.com. People have been using air guns to hunt small game for many years and will continue to do so as long as companies continue to release great new guns. Hunting with air guns requires a good bit of strategy and planning if you want to [...]


Photos Or It Didn’t Happen

Photos Or It Didn't Happen

When Grant Woods, Wildlife Biologist and host of GrowingDeer.tv emailed the note, “one of my employees killed a groundhog with the Woods Walker today!”, we just had to have proof.  That’s part of the deal, right? Send a photo or it didn’t happen. Well Grant didn’t let us down. Growing deer is serious business and [...]


Tony Martins And Arizona Prairie Dogs

Tony Martins And Arizona Prairie Dogs

Tony Martins is an airgun authority and outdoor writer based in Arizona. He was instrumental in obtaining stateapproval for more hunting opportunities for airgunners in that state. This season, .35 caliber PCP airguns and larger are legal for more large game than any other state in the country, including bear, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, javelina, [...]


Predator Hunting Tips

Predator Hunting Tips

Rick Ward has hunted predators for thirty years. It wasn’t until he relocated to an urban area did he consider airguns for pursuing them. “Like most hunters I grew up with an airgun. I took small game asa youngster with several Crosman products,” said Ward. When he moved to Georgia he could heard the coyotes [...]


Limiting Out With The Marauder

Limiting Out With The Marauder

Steve Holden (pictured above) and James Wagner of Veteran Predator Hunters have sent word that they have a coyote down on video and we can’t wait to bring it to you! Steve explains how it went down: “We were settling in for our second setup of the evening calling predators. We were in position for about [...]


P-Rod Punks Pecan Pests

P-Rod Punks Pecan Pests

Thanks to Redd Bordelon for granting permission to reprint his post from the Adventures in Airguns forum. Notes from Redd: “The P-rod is still stock and does the job extremely well. I spent a single session at the range a couple days before to get the pellet selected for the hunt, filled her the night [...]


Trail Is Preferred Turkey Tool

Trail Is Preferred Turkey Tool

Bill Karr, Editor of Western Outdoor News, NorCal, was hunting with his Benjamin Trail Nitro Piston .22 caliber air rifle in Eldorado County, California on April 6. I’ve had a blind set up on a 40-acre piece of oak savannah on a hilltop, and there were turkeys in the area that I had seen. I [...]


Inside Outdoors TV Bags The Bacon

Inside Outdoors TV Bags The Bacon

It didn’t take long for Dave Poteat and the team at Inside Outdoors Television to hit the woods with the Benjamin Marauder .25.  ”The rifle arrived and it was shooting tight groups right out of the box,” said the host. The Tulsa, Oklahoma-based show airs on The Outdoor Channel, Tuesdays at 9:30pm EST. While the [...]


Sam Wood Bags Black Raccoon

Sam Wood Bags Black Raccoon

Sam Wood is back with with another memorable hunt with the Benjamin Marauder .25. Opening weekend of this year’s Wisconsin raccoon season was bitter, but oh so sweet. It opened Friday night at midnight, but the high winds were going to be a huge factor against me.  As midnight approached I released my Bluetick hound, [...]


Trophy Bushytails With Doug Trumpowsky

Trophy Bushytails With Doug Trumpowsky

Doug Trumpowsky is back with a report on his first squirrel hunt with the Marauder PCP air rifle.  He’s had much success with his break barrel guns as reported here and here, so we’re anxious to see how the .25 caliber M-rod ups his game. Last spring I bought a Benjamin Marauder in .25 caliber [...]


Armadillo By Morning

Armadillo By Morning

Sam Wood has been busy pursuing all manner of game with his new Benjamin Marauder .25.  He recently sent in this report: I love to take advantage of unique hunting opportunities and while on a bowfishing trip to Texas one presented itself. Most of the bowfishing I was doing while in Texas was at night [...]


Afternoon Airgunning

Afternoon Airgunning

Airguns are a great way to make the most of every moment in the field.  Here in New York, airguns became legal for hunting in 2010 and as you will see, airguns provide a nice alternative during the downtime of a hunt. This is a guest post by Ed Noonan, member of the Professional Outdoor [...]