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    Airguns are used on hogs with repeatable results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgderf View Post
    This is what I'm looking at,

    Quackenbush Air Guns

    I've wanted one for years, but had no real use for it.
    Maybe now that will change.
    I know most people think of them as a novelty, and to some extent, they are, but they could be so much more.
    Think about it. In a S.H.T.F. scenario the supply of loaded ammunition will get scarce in a hurry, as will reloading supplies.

    With a good air gun, all you need is a lead ball and a way to produce the charge.
    The foot pumps for PCP's are very arduous, but will get the job done.

    i have seen videos with these and they are very impressive

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    Hassan makes some interesting stuff. Check pyramid air.
    I hear They call him Flipper. Yes... yes, I'm serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadeyeChrista'sdad View Post
    Hassan makes some interesting stuff. Check pyramid air.
    Think that's Hatsan.
    Just call me lollipop.

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    Daxn you, autocorrect! LOL
    I hear They call him Flipper. Yes... yes, I'm serious.

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    They approved your air rifle, now turn in your guns...

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    I had a Benjamin bulldog 357 and it was scary powerful.It would shoot through a 4x4 and a 2x4 that I had set up like they weren’t even there.

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    I have a Walther magnum springer that I bought to scare the deer out of my yard with. .177. I was skeptical after I received it with a full walnut stock and 4x scope; thought it a bit pretensions. Well, I went to scare away my first large doe from ravaging our landscape when low and behold it dropped dead in the neighbors yard after it turned around.

    You could put your eye out with that. This is not your granddaddy's pellet rifle.
    Thor himself has spoken, mere mortals must make it so. - bradmedic04

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor View Post
    I have a Walther magnum springer that I bought to scare the deer out of my yard with. .177. I was skeptical after I received it with a full walnut stock and 4x scope; thought it a bit pretensions. Well, I went to scare away my first large doe from ravaging our landscape when low and behold it dropped dead in the neighbors yard after it turned around.

    You could put your eye out with that. This is not your granddaddy's pellet rifle.
    I have a Mendoza springer in .22.
    That thing hits like a ton of bricks.
    It's loud, and heavy, but it hits hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spencer rifle View Post
    Lewis and Clark took deer on their expedition with one of these:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girandoni_air_rifle

    Also used as a military rifle, issued to Austrian troops. Plenty powerful enough.
    Thanks for linking that! That was the first thing that popped into my mind when I saw this thread, but I was too lazy to go look for info on it.
    They also impressed a lot of the natives that they encountered along their trek with it too.


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