Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Northern Pennsylvania
I've really like the springers actually. At first it took me awhile to get use to how that type rifle works. But ever since I settled down and did the research and practiced just how to load, hold the rifle, and trigger pull which is big with these guns, I've done well. The most expensive air rifle I have is Benjamin trail np and I only have 3 springer breakbarrel airguns, actually 4 but one I really never shoot. Point is , what I got isn't expensive but they do shoot good and I'm not afraid to hunt with any one of them. Good shooters, just need some time and little extra patience with the things. Another thing is I'm not "sold" on that artillery hold. Tried that on about all the air rifles I've shot and it just doesn't work good for me. What does work for me is a lighter hold than one would use on a regular firearm a steady aim with a steady squeeze on the trigger and a good solid follow through like as if shooting a bow and arrow. Good luck with whatever ya'll choose, but I'll stay with my Nitro Piston break barrel's.