Air Rifle

Weihrauch HW 100 T – My presentation

Today I show you Weihrauch HW 100 T!

A compressed air rifle designed and manufactured in Mellrichstadt, Germany. I did a detailed review of the Weihrauch HW 100 earlier.

Today’s rifle is the same in terms of the system, but with a standard barrel with a silencer thread and a thumbhole stock. And that’s what I present to you now.

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Leshiy 2 Bottle – The installation

Today I want to show you how to attach an Edgun Leshiy 2 Bottle to your rifle. When you initially buy the semi-automatic air rifle, it has two interconnected air chambers at the buttstock. You don’t have to be a gifted technician to install the new bottle on Leshiy 2. It doesn’t take long, and you don’t need any special tools to do it.

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Steyr ProX caliber 5.5mm with 7.5 joules – My test and review

If you’ve been looking up extremely high-quality air rifles on the recreational market over the past few years, eventually you’ve come across Steyr ProX. I’ve reviewed the one in caliber .177 (4.5mm) a while ago. That was a rifle and video shoot that I can still remember today. A rifle that brings a big smile to a gun tester’s face and this smile only disappears when the magazine is empty.

Steyr Sport has now launched the new ProX in caliber .22 (5.5mm) with 7.5 joules on the German market! I’ve reviewed the rifle for you!

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Weihrauch HW 110 T pre-charged air rifle – My test and review

Today I’ll show you Weihrauch HW 110 T. Together we will look at the advantages, the specifications, and the precision of this air rifle “Made in Germany”.

Weihrauch HW 110 T is a pre-charged air rifle which can be operated with a maximum cartridge pressure of 200 bar. An integrated regulator adjusts the power down to 7.5 joules and ensures that the shots from the 10-round drum magazine are always fired with almost the same power.

Of course, there is also a trigger test and a chrono test in my review video. I put the air rifle through its paces and made a recommendation at the end as to who it’s suitable for.

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How can I store air guns?

As an air gun shooter, you must ensure that your air gun is protected from being carried away. In recent years, I have been asked incredibly often how to store air guns. I decided to make a post and a video about it. I try to give practical tips but also take a closer look at the legal side.

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