I am always looking for a gun that can be taken out for impromptu hunts when I am traveling. Looking at some of the online airgun shops I noticed the B-57, which is a breakdown spring piston air rifle. The Specifications: This guns is a spring piston power plant that cocks with a side lever and has an anti-beartrap mechanism to prevent the cocking lever shutting accidentally. The cocking effort is fairly light, and the pellets are loaded through a large chamber when the cocking lever is deployed. Performance: this rifle was chambered in .177 and the rifle generates about 620 fps with the light predator pellets. This yields a power of around 8fpe, which is adequate for small game and pests if the range is kept close. Later that night, I met up with my brother at a friends place to shoot some rabbits that were overrunning their commercial nursery. Rabbits were everywhere, but we only had an hour to shoot before we had to meet up with some other friends. These guys were fairly used to people and if you moved slowly could get into twenty five yards. On the first shot I lined up on the head and nailed him. The rabbit dropped without a twitch. As a matter of fact, I shot three more rabbits at about twenty yards, and each one went down stone dead. The last outing was a few days later in pursuit of prairie dogs, I went out to a property inRead More →