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Pyramyd Air Backyard Brawler Challenge

Over the past month we have filmed several field reviews that are scheduled to be released here very soon. When we were in the field we had the honor of teaming up with Offhand Airgunner, a new channel dedicated to field target competitions, reviews, and hunting with Airguns. We filmed the entry that would be submitted to the contest put on by Pyramyd Air. Here is what’s involved to enter:

HOW TO ENTER

Order your FREE pack of Air Venturi Airgun Slynger Metal Silhouette Targets (you pay shipping & handling). Use the promo code: BRAWLER.

Once you receive your targets, take a video of you shooting down the targets with your favorite airgun, or air pistol.

Upload your video to YouTube, or Vimeo, and do the following:

  • Make sure your video description links to pyramydair.com/bb.
  • Include “Pyramyd Air Backyard Brawl” somewhere in the title of your video (Example: World’s Best Pyramyd Air Backyard Brawl Video Ever!)
  • Make note of the video URL, so you can enter it into the form below.

Spread the word, share this giveaway for more chances to win.

Contest ends November 10, 2018. Limit one entry per person. Winner will be announced the week of November 12, 2018.

All entrants will receive $5 in Bullseye Bucks at Pyramyd Air.


Terry and I set out for the mountains of Southern California to do some Quail and Cottontail hunting with the Air Venturi Wingshot & Double Shot Shotguns.

We spent the majority of the day hunting with the shotguns followed by some time spent filming for the Backyard Brawler contest. Terry wanted to do something a bit different than other contestants so he decided to follow some NRA rules and place the Brawler Silhouette’s at 20,30,35,45 yards, he would be shooting “offhand” as well.

Terry had a great idea of making small stands for the silhouette’s to sit on. He tied them to the small stands so they wouldn’t fly off and disappear in the brush.

The weather was beautiful and clear with a cool wind that would pick up occasionally throughout the day. The location was near perfect for setting up the tiny silhouette’s at various ranges counted off with a rolling tape measure.

Terry spent about 15 minutes practicing before he finally wanted to start filming, those tiny silhouette’s were not easy to shoot offhand. His Field Target modified .177 Benjamin Marauder was set up very nicely for this type of shooting. ( watch video for his description of the rifle)

As I filmed Marley kept her eye’s on the action, Terry made those shots look easy considering the wind was not cooperating. We had a great time filming this entry and can appreciate the practice that goes into making these shots offhand. Enclosed is a short video of the entry from Offhand Airgunner, help him out by hitting the heart symbol on the video in this link.

Below is the video from his YouTube Channel

 

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