I had so much fun getting my modded Drozd Classic Full Auto BB Gun out the other day and shooting it, that I thought I would make some more Full Auto videos for you! So this upcoming week I will be taking a look at some of the following BB guns:
- Full Auto Modded Umarex Walther PPK
- Full Auto Modded Cybergun GSG 92
- Full Auto Modded Cybergun UZI
- Full Auto TYREX PPA-K01
- Full Auto Burst Umarex Steel Strom
- Full Auto RAP5 MP5
Stay tuned... Not sure exactly what I am going to do in terms of shooting tests and comparissons but I do know it will be fun :)
In this "head to head to head" pistol shootout I compare three of my more powerful, or you could say effective air pistols against each other. Shooting at some pop cans from about 30 feet away to see how destructive each one is. I don't generally recommend air pistols for pest control simply because they tend to be less accurate and powerful than rifles, especially out at the longer ranges where a magnified scope is required and notably where the pesky vermin like to hang out.
I would have to say out of the three tested in this video comparison, the Webley Alecto in .22 caliber and the Modified Drozd Full Auto BB Gun would for sure get the job done at closer ranges. The Webley Alecto simply because it can hurl a heavy grain .22 caliber lead pellet right around the 500 fps mark which will take down small pests, again at close ranges.
My second choice or even first choice depending on how active the pest are would be my modified full auto 1200 rounds per minute Drozd that hurls 4.5mm Steel BB's at over 500 fps (under 4.2 foot pounds) at a rate of 20 BB's per second! A 4.5mm Steel BB traveling at 500 fps will penetrate fur and feathers very well and with most of the 20 BB's hitting a target in a matter of 1 second, that is going to humanly put a small to even medium sized pest down for sure. And yes the Drozd becomes a pistol when yuo take the rear stock off ;)
My last choice for the job is the Xisico XSP180 in .177 caliber since like the Webley Alecto it is only a single shot, so you got to make it count and being that it has less overall energy than the Webley Alecto again I would prefer the Alecto over the XSP180.
Watch my "head to head to head" YouTube video to see how these three pellet pistols compare:
Some more answers to some of your commonly asked questions. In this second Q&A Questions and Answers YouTube video I discuss some more of your questions, specifically:
- What's going on with my order?
- Do I need to clean and oil my airgun?
- What is the most powerful blowback BB gun?
- I don't live in Canada or the US, do you ship to other countries?
So make sure to watch my second installment for the Replica Airguns Viewer Q&A Questions and Answers.
This video is going to go on all of my YouTube channels: GetFitOver40 - ReplicaAirguns - MrKnife. I feel that trolls on the Internet in general are a real parasite and they don't serve any positive purpose. Similar to a parasite in your body, the best course of action is to remove that parasite as quickly as possible.
I ask that if you like the message of this video, make sure to favorite, like and get the word out about this video…
First off, what is a troll?
WIKIPEDIA "A troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response, or otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussions."
To also make one thing very clear, this is not about censorship, it is about respect and consideration towards others. I have no problems with alternative opinions, but I will not put up with abusive and derogative content of any sort on my YouTube Channel.
Since this is not really airgun related, if you are interested in this topic, you can read my entire Written Article over at my GetFitOver40.com Website here.