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Hey Hey Hey Shooter guys and gals!

I have yet another video in my Gauntlet series for ya'll to check out. This time we talk about quieting down the bark of the Gauntlet. I share with you the concept of the cone-stack baffle suppressor and I demonstrate my 5 piece cone stack and how much more efficient it is at reducing sound and pressure.

The five (5) piece stackable baffle set is designed as a direct replacement to the Gauntlets one piece torpedo design. The multi-stack interlocking cones create chambers that disrupt and slow the air, stripping it away from the projectile path and forced to buffet through a series of pathways.

The air is forced to go through this process five times. The sole object is to pull the kinetic energy out of the air so that by the time it reaches the end of the shroud, it's atmospheric disturbance is far less, thus reducing the amount of noise and turbulence of the air that exits the shroud.


If you're interested in a set, all the purchase info is in the YouTube description or hit me up with a PM.

​Thanks for your time!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Umarex Gauntlet: Trigger Two Stage(ish) Mod
« on: January 02, 2018, 06:59:23 PM »
Howdy shooty shooters!  ;D

 For all you QB78/79 heads, there will be nothing new here for ya but for the new to the game Gauntlet owners that have no clue what a QB78/79 is, this may have some value!

In this video, I show you how you can take a $3.79 spring plunger and make your trigger act more two stage(ish) than its current long gritty single stage trigger.

I will use a spring from an ink pen to give a soft first stage and the spring plunger will act as the second stage. I list all tools required for the mod in the video and in the YouTube description, I provide a direct link to the specialty items to make this mod doable.

Please let me know if you any questions.


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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Umarex Gauntlet: Bipod installation video
« on: December 22, 2017, 11:34:18 AM »
Hey guys!

Well here is another video in my Gauntlet series and this time I walk you through how to install a bipod on the Gauntlet in a functional location.
Please be sure to comment and share.


Thank you

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Hey Guys & Gals!   
 Yet another addition to my Umarex Gauntlet series.  In my quest to get the Gauntlet to realize all of its potential, and after I tore the rifle completely apart and smoothed over some bumps in the road, my Gauntlet was still sleeping. I determined that I needed to tear into system #2 out of three and validate if the regulator was, in fact, doing what it was supposed to be doing.

Concerning the Gauntlet, there is a lot of mixed up information as to what the regulator pressure is supposed to be.  The tank says its 1250PSI printed Umarex press materials say 1150PSI and there was at least one other place that stated it was 1100PSI. I would assume that the regulators for the .177 would be different than the .22 but what I would not expect is the .22 to be lower than the writing on the regulator itself.

I invite you to join me on this journey as I take a ride through the Gauntlet Regulator maze and come out a winner.


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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Umarex Gauntlet: Teardown and Tweak Video
« on: December 08, 2017, 03:11:56 PM »
Hello Airgunners!
 Today I would like to offer you all a video I made that details the complete disassembly and reassembly of the new Umarex Gauntlet in .22 Caliber. 
In this video, I point out areas that can be modified to improve the performance of the rifle as well as some areas that may need Umarex's attention.

I will field any questions that the video does not cover and can clarify anything that I may have said that was not clear. Please be sure to visit my Facebook page for more day to day updates on any projects I am currently working on at any given time.


Enjoy!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Gray Squirrel Bonanza - 16 Kills (Video)
« on: October 21, 2017, 11:37:44 AM »
  Well you folks know what time it is again.... right?  BYUUUUUUP!!! It's gray squirrel season! Yeeeee Haaaaa! PEW! PEW!In this video I dispatch 16 or so over a period of a few days. All kills were made on my private property and all squirrels were cleaned, butchered and vacuum packed for winter consumption.



I have altered the video format a bit to allow more video action and less yappin.  Give me your thoughts on the changes. I will be trying to make 2 videos a month until hunting season ends so stick around and keep an eye out.

Enjoy! 


Always remember, I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Chipmunk Smackdown #7 (Video)
« on: October 15, 2017, 02:30:06 PM »
Ladies and gentlemen I give to you my seventh installment for 2017 featuring more chipmunk pesting here at camp Hajimoto.
I have over 50 kills and will be rolling out bite-sized videos rather than a 1-hour feature.
I packed the video full of Chipmunk smack downs, other than the chokes! LOL



I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Another demonstration of accuracy MROD
« on: September 29, 2017, 12:09:52 PM »
Hey guys!
 The following another video which demonstrates the accuracy of my MROD GEN2 .22cal as well as the ability to capture the action using my HSCA (Hajimoto Scope Camera Assembly) which is presented in crazy slow motion.

All targets are 45 yards away.


Always remember guys, I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Demonstration of Accuracy (MROD vs Dragonfly)
« on: September 25, 2017, 09:12:10 AM »
Hey fellas!
I realize that while the video I am going to share is not officially hunting, it does depict a projectile taking out a living creature which technically can only reside in this forum.  The following video demonstrates the accuracy of my MROD GEN2 .22cal as well as the ability to capture the action using my HSCA (Hajimoto Scope Camera Assembly). 

  • The first target is a small dragonfly that landed on the top of a black zip tie which is holding my IR flood light to the pole.
    The second target is a piece of masons nylon string hanging from a board down range.

Both targets were 45yards down range. Share your thoughts on this thread, lets talk about it, lets see your Dragonfly hunting videos  :D


Always remember guys, I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!


Thank you!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Chipmunk Smackdown #6 (Video)
« on: September 09, 2017, 09:21:26 PM »
Hey guys and gals!,

 This is my sixth installment for 2017 featuring more chipmunk and red squirrel pesting here at camp Hajimoto.
I show a sneak peek of my custom built night vision scope, I discuss the AGD Long Rangers Challenge and lastly, I pack the video full of Chipmunk and
red squirrel smack downs, other than the chokes! LOL


Please watch, comment and share.  Please remember, ​I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Duraseal Targets: Lead Magnet
« on: September 08, 2017, 11:08:23 AM »
Just a quick explanation to why in my previous video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APRE...
the spinning target was not spinning like it should.


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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Scope cam update: Night Vision Sequel
« on: September 02, 2017, 03:44:25 PM »
This video is a follow up to a video I did back in December of 2016 as it relates to "My Scope Cam Quest". This session I cover Hero modifications and a general overview of how I included night vision to have one of the most versatile scope capture configurations I have ever seen. I made a night vision setup for only 60 dollars but was not happy with the fidelity at all so I modified my design to support IR capture.

My video from December 2016

My revised Configuration which includes Night Vision.

The finished unit.


Enjoy!

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Hajimoto's Airgun Annex / Attack of the voles!
« on: August 16, 2017, 08:59:54 PM »
Hey guys!

 I am back from a long expedition where I hunted wild voles! They are fast and furious, just like the movie! I cultivated a section of my property where a chain-link fence butts up against a thick plant and ground cover strip, a perfect hiding place for voles, field mice, and chippers. on this hunt, I concentrated solely on voles and field mice on this expedition and I scored over 15 or so. I chronicle the elimination of 10 in a video that I have put together for your pest elimination viewing enjoyment.

Please remember, I do not get paid to make these videos, your comments and feedback are my compensation, please be generous!

Enjoy!


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Airgun Hunting / Vole Smackdown: Just a taste
« on: August 14, 2017, 06:22:28 PM »
I am working on a LENGTHY compilation video of vole smack downs but here is a taste to hold ya'll over  ;)


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What's going on people!?
 
 Some of you may remember last year I put a video together that demonstrated the Bluetooth activation device so they could start and stop my scope cam without taking my eye off the target. A few of you asked me if I could do a demonstration of how I made it and I didn't forget about you, it just took me longer to get to it than planned.

This video is a step by step tutorial on how to take a $8 Bluetooth selfie stick and use it as a device activation trigger. Most every recording device made today has Bluetooth capability so that you can remotely start and stop the camera or activate a sound device, whatever you want. This makes it very convenient during a hunting scenario where you want to capture the kill on video but you don't dare take your eyes off the target.

If you have any questions after watching the video, by all means, let me know and I will assist in any way that I can.



Please remember, I do not get any money for these videos, your feedback and comments are my only payment, please be generous!

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