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Crosman999

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Airgun Guild members
« on: February 13, 2018, 09:49:05 PM »
Hello all, has been a very busy few months and can only hope things slow down enough to spend some quality time on the forums. As some may know I made the decision to push harder this year to build my YouTube channel at MountainSport Airguns. The goal is to promote awareness and excitement in Airgunning and to bring some new faces to the sport. I realize the ownership here may have changed a few things but we are all still here for the pure joy of learning, sharing and having the camaraderie of fellow Airgunners. I plan to help the Guild in some larger scale promotions in the hope to bring more visitors and traffic to the site. Social media, video's and word of mouth are always great ways to promote the Airgun Guild. Hope everyone is well and getting some shooting in!!  :D

Here is a short hunting film to enjoy
 
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Re: Airgun Guild members
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 05:24:29 AM »
And we all thank you!

That first shot on a squirrel was really the best shot of all! And I also can't believe the size of the jacks. The biggest one I've taken around Roswell, NM was under 4 pounds. Those must be at least 6 pounds. They sure do make good pig fodder!

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I have an Omega compressor. If you're a fellow Guild member, and you pass through Roswell, NM, I'll fill your portable tank as a courtesy.

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Re: Airgun Guild members
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2018, 09:43:23 AM »
Hello all, has been a very busy few months and can only hope things slow down enough to spend some quality time on the forums. As some may know I made the decision to push harder this year to build my YouTube channel at MountainSport Airguns. The goal is to promote awareness and excitement in Airgunning and to bring some new faces to the sport. I realize the ownership here may have changed a few things but we are all still here for the pure joy of learning, sharing and having the camaraderie of fellow Airgunners. I plan to help the Guild in some larger scale promotions in the hope to bring more visitors and traffic to the site. Social media, video's and word of mouth are always great ways to promote the Airgun Guild. Hope everyone is well and getting some shooting in!!  :D

Here is a short hunting film to enjoy
 

Good man! I run my mouth non stop about the joys of air gunning. I think I've converted a few non-believers along the way, and hope to convert a whole lot more.

If someone has an Airgun Business there is no better return on investment than giving your time to the various airgun groups, by posting videos, giving away tips, procedures, and advice. Word of mouth is powerful Advertising.

Love your videos!
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Re: Airgun Guild members
« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2018, 05:45:08 PM »
I just got a couple of tshirts from MSA...they have some cool ones!
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