Hello Everyone, sorry I’ve not posted recently. I was out of the country for a while, and returned to a mountain of work that needed to be taken care of. I’m getting my gear all packed up tonight, because I’m leaving early tomorrow morning for Texas. Will be gone for several days, and will hit my rabbit area, go to a friends ranch for another javalina hunt, try for a hog or two, and of course go after the predators. Have some new guns to try out, some new ammo, and hope to get some AirBolt and (other types of) arrow action in as well. aIt’s my hope to have some good footage going out soon. Also have a new camera to use, I picked up the SideShot with the modified GoPro Hero 7, and am really excited to see how that works out. Thanks to everyone that’s signed up on the new website, I really appreciate the support, it helps me a lot! I’ll post an update from Texas once I get out in the field and have something to report…. until then, Stay well!!Read More →

It’s been about three years ago that we did some of the initial hunts with the Seneca WingShot air powered shotgun. I’ve had the opportunity to used it on fur and feathers, and have written and done videos on some of these hunts. More recently I’ve used the double barrel version, the DoubleShot. I had a couple of interesting hunts where I put the DoubleShot through its paces on jackrabbits out in West Texas. I was going on a hog hunt with my DoubleShot and planned to test out the AirBolts with the gun, but with a free day it seemed the perfect opportunity to try a new (to me) Double Load technique on rabbits I’d had mixed results using the shotgun on fur in previous hunts, and though the gun seemed to hit hard, I noticed that the pellet density was less than great on many of the squirrels and rabbit I’d recovered on previous hunts. I tried different shot which didn’t seem to improve this much, and I also used a longer shell which was somewhat better. The limiting factor with a longer shell is that the dimensions of the loading port limits the length of the shell which can be inserted. The solution is quite simple when you think about: load two shells! When Rossi and I took the single barrel WingShot out to hunt Eurasian collared doves we’d noticed that while incoming and outgoing shots were easier to dial in, the crossing shots were tougher…. muchRead More →

This site has been online since 2004, and for many years served as my main connection with the airgunning world. However, I built it on old technology and over time, rather than migrating to a more modern environment cobbled things together and kept moving forward. Then I started getting more focused on print media and YouTube, and let the website go fallow, only occasionally updating it. However, in doing so I lost an opportunity for immediate interaction with other airgunners, and found myself getting spread thin over many different media outlets. On the new website I have incorporated much improved navigation to topical areas of interest. There are articles and videos from my hunting adventures using a variety of airguns in different locations for small game, big game, varmint, and predators. I will post more product reviews than I have in the recent past, looking at guns, scopes, and all the other gear used on these hunts. There will be a section on Outfitters/Guides that I’ve hunted with and can vouch for, and I will include material on putting together your own DIY hunts. There is also a photo wall, which to start off will be composed of many of my past photos, but as time goes on I will add those of many friends that I’ve hunted with around the globe. And finally, I will include a blog that will allow me to keep in closer contact with shorter posts, and giver me the ability to be more engagedRead More →