This week on American Airgunner on the Pursuit Channel, Tim Smith of Airgun Hobbyist magazine shares several of his custom airguns with host, Rossi Morreale. Also, in this newest episode of 2013, Rossi is joined by Cliff Eisenbarger and Andy Green of Elite Force Airsoft to discuss some of the uses of airsoft guns.
Steve Criner returns, but this time it’s a hunt for frogs with the new .22 caliber Umarex Octane and Rossi tags along hoping for some trigger time with his .25 caliber pre-charged pneumatic air rifle. It turns out to be a tough, but entertaining evening for the duo.
In the Airgunner Challenge, Bob, Amanda, Loco, and Sparky step right up to the first-ever American Airgunner Carnival. Watch to see who hits the most targets as they work their way through three carnival booth themes with three different airguns—the Umarex Steel Force, the Umarex TAC Converter assembled with the S&W M&P40 and an Umarex Morph.
Next week, we travel to Fresno, California where we visit the Pacific Airgun Expo and we’re back at the Round Table to talk airgun pellets.
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American Airgunner is broadcast on the Pursuit Channel each Friday night at 8:30pm/ET with encore showings on Wednesdays at 4:30pm/ET and Friday mornings at 1:30am/ET.
About American Airgunner: Hosted by Rossi Morreale and hunting host, Steve Criner, American Airgunner takes viewers across the country for a look at different airgun shooting disciplines including air rifle competition, recreational shooting, friendly challenges, airgun hunting, and product reviews as well as tips and discussions about current technologies that power today’s airguns.
Information about American Airgunner, its episodes, segments, hosts, its title sponsors—Umarex USA and Pryamyd Air, the Airgunner Challenge contestants, and guests can be found on the show’s website: www.AmericanAirgunner.com.
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