Bantam Sniper High Power Huma-Air Regulated

  Thanks to AEAC     26-05-2019     Comments (0)

Bantam Sniper High Power Huma-Air Regulated An exclusive cooperation between Brocock, Extreme Benchrest Winner Claudio Flores and Huma-Air resulted in this High power, Huma-Air Regulated, Bantam Sniper Model. Watch the video review made by Steve of the Airgun Exploration & Advancement Channel.  

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Edgun Leshiy pellet dispenser review

      22-04-2019     Comments (0)

Edgun Leshiy pellet dispenser review Review of our Edgun Leshiy pellet dispenser Let me tell a bit more HUMA pellet dispenser. It's an ongoing never-ending story of my Leshiy after all So you've got Leshiy? Cool! Shooting off the bench is fine, with pellets in the tin. Sun is shining and life is good. But what if you want it to be your grab & go solution? So that you don't have to open a tin, box, pouch or whatever after each shot? And I believe no serious shooter uses just a front pocket… that would be bad bad news for Leshiy's barrels. Barrels hate sand dust, which builds up in the pockets no matter what. So far I've been using a piece of foam with holes punched in it but that was neither safe (for pellets) nor elegant. There were some solutions around but finally HUMA made it correct – it's simple to operate, compact, easy to install… and tough as nails! The idea is just so simple – full metal body (same kind of hard alloy as Leshiy), black anodized, and sized just big enough for easy operation but still small enough to keep low profile of Leshiy. It really looks like it belongs to Leshiy! And that branding… how cool is that!  To install just pop-out the ammo wheel from chassis (held by magnets, no tools needed) and install with the provided screws and spacers on Leshiy's rail. Takes 3 minutes to install and adjust carefully. Gently thighten screws (don't overtight!) and put back the wheel. Done. With gun pointing in safe direction turn it upside down and load the pellets by rotating ammo cylinder. Ball-bearing indexing aligns it perfectly for each pellet. In .22 it holds 13 rounds. Yeah, it's caliber specific so my advise – if you're using 2 calibers and swap barrels all the time – get dispenser in bigger caliber and just use for both. However, if you want to store maximum number of pellets and you don't swap barrels each day – I'd recommend to buy specific...

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Blackpool Airrifles (BAR) testing the Huma-Air MOD30 Silencer

  Huma-Air     12-02-2019     Comments (1)

Blackpool Airrifles (BAR) testing the Huma-Air MOD30 Silencer Loyd of Blackpool Airrifles in the UK (BAR) did some testing of our Huma-Air Mod30 modulair airgun silencer and compared the results with several other models. Check the video on their website:  HERE  

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FX Wildcat MKII Compact: "Tuning With Chuck"

  15-10-2018     Comments (0)

FX Wildcat MKII Compact: A great topic on the Airgun Nation Forum started by "CHUCK" how he tuned his FX Wildcat MKII Compact: Chuck Peffley is in love with his FX Wildcat .25 and his FX Streamline .25 air rifles. He contacted us here at Huma-Air a couple years ago to see if we would create a regulator to fit in his FX rifles, but at that time we had no intention of doing so. But Chuck kept encouraging us to do so in the belief that his idea would benefit not only him but many other FX Wildcat and Streamline owners also. We finally agreed providing he would take all the measurements from his Wildcat necessary for us to create a prototype and emailed him a line drawing of what data we needed, and the first prototype was a fact.  Chuck was absolutely thrilled with the Wildcat regulator we created for him, so together we made the step to make a model for the Streamline with a matching plenum spacer too. Chuck has been very enthusiastic in telling the whole world about the performance of his FX rifles and the performance of the Huma-Air regulators. He has never asked any kind of sponsorship from us, but he has our heartfelt gratitude for selflessly helping so many others on the AirgunNation forum with his knowledge how to install our regulators in their Wildcats and Streamlines. I truly believe he is a wonderful asset to our airgun community. Here is a quote from a recent post he made regarding his installation of a Huma-Air regulator and tuning of one of the new FX Wildcat MKII Compact air rifles. He tuned the test rifle to achieve the highest shot count possible while retaining its factory specification of 45 foot pounds of energy. Great job Chuck!    "As you can see Ted's gun is tuned to shoot the JSB Exact Kings at 890 ft/s to achieve 45 ft lbs energy for a total shot count of 26 shots. I was able to tune my test gun to shoot the 25.4 Kings at an average...

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Huma-Air Regulator Tester; serious tinkering with your airguns

  Thanks to Piter M     07-08-2018     Comments (1)

Huma-Air Regulator Tester; serious tinkering with your airguns Let’s start from the basics – what is the regulator pressure tester? I know most of you know but maybe not everyone. It’s a device, which can measure the actual reduced pressure behind the regulator, so pressure which is in the plenum during shot cycle. And for tuning a PCP – this info is just crucial. Of course most people don’t care and just shoot what they got (and I was doing that for years) but if the access to regulator is easy (and in my EdGuns it is super easy) why not to play a bit and get the most of it?  As you could have noticed I’ve really experimented recently a lot with Huma-Air products in my Matador R5 and Leshiy. In total I was playing with 3 regulators and 3 different plenum setups. For a start - the pressure scale on a brand new Huma-Air regulator is quite accurate. The problem is that constant tinkering with regulator and going too much back and forth with adjustment screw can get pressure scale misaligned with actual regulated pressure. Also when disassembling airgun many times it might happen that a tiny piece of dirt goes where it shouldn’t go and… regulator starts to leak. So the only way to make it working again is strip-down, full cleaning and re-lubing. And putting back together again. The problem is – your regulator won’t be aligned with pressure scale anymore. And you can be sure about it.  And that’s when you need a pressure tester… and that’s when and why I got mine in the end. Of course there are more than just one solution available (some also custom built) but since my airguns run on Huma-Air… well, the logical choice for me was Huma-Air (of course). The good news is – whatever your airgun model is, and whatever Huma-Air reg / plenum combo you use, you just need ONE tester to check all of your units. The tester seals on the front and back of the regulator, so...

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