Welcome to Airfunners.com a place where you can always find cool new videos and detailed reviews on many different styles of Airfunning sports. I started this site in august of 2021 to document my journey back into the airgun world. As a kid I always loved the movie “A Christmas Story” especially when Ralphie got his brand new Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun with the sundial and the compass in the stock! So when I was about 12 years old I finally got what every 90’s kid wanted…a brand new Crosman 760 pump master .177 caliber BB gun. Ever since then I was absolutely hooked. I was mostly a can hunter but occasionally scored myself a tree rat or two! As the years went on and I got older, I transitioned into the firearm world and left BB guns and pellet rifles behind. For many years I pursued my passion of shooting through firearms. And then one day I came across a fully automatic Crosman panther dpms sbr tactical BB carbine rifle. This intrigued me, it was not airsoft, it shot steel BB’s and took two CO2 cartridges…I had to shoot one…I clicked order and got it sent to me ASAP…After shooting it I was absolutely hooked… I was so flabbergasted that there were now fully automatic, blowback action, multi-shot, magazine fed, red dot mountable, CO2 powered steel BB guns that looked, felt, and even shot like the real deal. This is what got me back into airguns until one day I came across Pre Charged Pneumatic rifles (PCP). Now these were something comparable to firearms! Shooting 30 caliber and larger “pellets” I just had to see what the hype was all about…the Hatsan blitz caught my eye and my wallet being it was 30 caliber and fully automatic and the only thing on the market like it, I just couldn’t pass that opportunity up. Well needless to say after shooting one it did not disappoint and it made me smile so big that I almost lost my safety glasses. This was it, I was back in the game of Airfunning! Don’t get me wrong I still love the classics that never die. The old pumpers and break barrels, but with all the new and improved models and future prototype models coming out I just can’t help but get extremely excited about all of them. I have also decided to add to the Airfunners arsenal tons of Training for engagement (T4E) stuff including but not limited to: paintball, rubber ball, pepper ball, first strike rounds (FSR), and various other less than lethal ammunition. Please like, share, and subscribe today and we will keep you updated on the latest and greatest in all Airfunning sports! Remember to always practice safe shooting and please do not try to re-create any of our videos at home. Thank you for observing my journey and I wish everyone a happy and safe Airfunning experience!
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Shooter MOOTS here with another fun video for you guys to watch! This is the Hatsan Blitz .30 Cal FULL AUTO PCP Air rifle and we are shooting at a Ford Mustang car door set out about 20 yards away. We will be using JSB match grade hades diabolo hollow point pellets that are 44.75 grains and should be producing around 35fpe with the 700 FPS velocity that Hatsan claims…of course we will be testing this on the FX Wireless chronograph and showing the results of shot to shot and how fast it tapers off. I hope you are excited as us to see the results! Stay tuned for more great content and as always DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME! Follow us at Airfunners.com and on YouTube for more awesome videos and tutorials! Thanks for watching!
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At 35ft 7in (approx 10 yards) we had a nice stable spot for our FX wireless chronograph which gave us an average velocity of 180fps with a maximum of 184fps over 6 shots…this is a little lower than what Daisy claims at 240fps but it was still worth a shot to try and sting this stang with some lead…errr copper!
Airfunner Moots at it again! So here we are to bring you the test of low power and cheap fun…
The question: Will a spring powered plastic BB gun break a car window at 10 yards?
Short answer: YES! Read on for more details.
Car window test
So we all wonder (well maybe just some of us) if a cheap plastic BB gun can shatter a car window at 10 yards? So the test had to be done…first step was finding a cheap car door. After asking around for a couple days I found myself at a local salvage yard, turns out they charge the same price no matter what condition the door is in, flat rate $75+ tax…even though I wasn’t too happy about this I still knew I would have what I needed by the end of the day and go figure I found a sweet Ford mustang door in really great condition! Although I had no tools on me to remove the door I kindly asked a few gentleman who were nearby ripping apart a 1999 Honda Civic if I could borrow some of their tools…they said sure, I used a 14mm socket to remove 4 bolts from the door and cut the wiring harness with a pair of diagonal cutters. I returned the tools to their rightful owner and then wondered how I would get this door all the way to the front office by myself. The guys were busy ripping apart the civic and it wasn’t really their problem so I decided to drag this heap of glass and metal through the scrap yard for about a 1/4 mile leaving a nice trail from where it came all the way up to the office door. I then went inside and the old man behind the counter rang me up. $83 dollars and a few gasps of air later and I was on my way to the test site! The door was heavy and awkward to carry but I was determined! Into the truck it went, out of the truck it came, up the hill it went and into the woods it got placed…Once in place it was time for the fun to begin! First I tested the daisy powerline 340 BB gun on the fx wireless chronograph and got an average of 180fps with a high of only 184fps which is considerably lower than daisy’s 240fps claim. After a few test shots it was time to clap that glass! One shot hit! Second shot hit and SHATTERED! Success! I was surprised to say the least but definitely happy with the results. Although there wasn’t any penetration I do believe the window would have shattered and fell to the ground if it didn’t have an aftermarket tint applied to it. I had to keep trying so I loaded the daisy up again and emptied another clip…still no penetration. At this point I knew it was time for MORE POWER! Next up was the Springfield armory 1911 mil spec made by air Venturi with a claim of 340fps. Fx chrony confirmed an average of 300fps over 6 shots. It was enough! It went through! We had penetration! The accuracy on this gun was very nice allowing me to keep tight groups of 1inch or less at 10 yards. Now although this was enough firepower to go through it just wasn’t practical to keep loading it and shooting when I had the Umarex tac xbg right next to me. This gun was much easier to load and has an increased velocity of 390fps…needless to say this did the trick to completely annihilate the window until the point of shattering it to pieces. This was a fun test and performed very safely… PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. Bloopers at end of video.
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Filling up the Hatsan Blitz .30 Cal PCP Rifle with the Air Venturi Nomad Two. A couple things I noticed before charging was the adapter needed the o-rings installed which was no problem because they came in the box with the rifle. After installing the O-rings I noticed that it is not a quick disconnect and it will need to be threaded onto the end of the filling hose. I quickly grabbed two small adjustable wrenches and removed the factory head from the whip end on the air Venturi nomad hose. I then installed the Hatsan adapter onto it and made sure to not over tighten it but also went far enough to ensure a proper connection with no leaks. As soon as I plugged in the unit the auxiliary fan came on which was fairly quiet. I then plugged the filling hose into the unit with the filter at the base of the unit and the filler nozzle into the gun. After pushing the POWER/RESET button the primary fan came on which was a bit louder than I expected but the cool blue light gave a nice relaxing glow. I then made sure the output/auto shutoff was set at 250BAR. I then pushed the ON/OFF button and started the filling process. Once started the main compressor kicked on which was very loud and had a very clunky sound to it. I had no idea if this was normal or if it was going to explode but there was only one way to find out…so 7 minutes later I was curious as to why it didn’t shutoff yet so I checked the gauge on the rifle to see where it was at and it was only at around 100BAR. I instantly knew something was wrong so I shut the off the pump by pressing the POWER/RESET button. I then bled the air from the system using the BLEED SCREW on the front of the unit. Upon further inspection of the rifle I noticed the bolt was closed, I opened the bolt with the side charging lever, engaged the safety and went back to the first steps of filling the rifle. It worked! It was now successfully filling the gun, even though it sounded like my Cummins 5.9 was parked in my office, we had progress! So after checking the gauge periodically over 10 min it was finally done! I couldn’t imagine doing that all by hand but I suppose in a SHTF scenario it’s a nice option. The pump did shut off at the preset 250BAR and was very easy to store away in its perfect durable carrying case. Now it’s off to the range for some well needed target time! Check out MOOTS SHOOTS for more videos Thanks for watching and have a great day! Airfunners…Everything fun AF!
Here we have it! A nice addition to the ever so growing Arsenal over here at Airfunners. The Umarex T4E HDS is a solid gun with an all metal barrel and metal internals including a metal trigger and many other quality parts. These guns are packed into a very nice textured all weather synthetic “sawed off” style buttstock/ handgrip and I must say what a great feel this gun has in your hand seems to be a well made product by umarex. This is a one of -a- kind home defense double barrel sawed off shotgun that shoots rubber balls, pepper balls, or paint balls and I hear there is also a wide variety of exotic home-made munitions as well. These projectiles are propelled by one 12 gram CO2 cartridge at velocities reported of over 350fps (with air mod and single barrel). This gun can be fired one barrel at a time or BOTH AT THE SAME TIME for when you need maximum force and ultimate protection. Unfortunately we do not have any ammo for testing this beautiful airfun at the moment but we are in the works of obtaining some and doing some real life scenario testing with pepper, rubber, paint, and of course plenty of exotic home-made balls. We will test them in many different ways on many different targets with chronograph results, ammo ballistics tests, number of shots per CO2, also will be testing trigger pull weight, accuracy/range and of course the most dangerous but well needed test the WILL IT STOP A GROWN MAN TEST! Keep following and checking up for more videos and info on purchasing! Thank you for looking and may you have a blast in the world of Airfunning!