Remington Airguns “War on Squirrels”

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Join the Remington “War on Squirrels”. Use the link to register and record your kills. Remington is giving away swag and other prizes to those who register on this Facebook link

Remington is expanding their line of airguns. We will be posting a review on these new rifles shortly.



Phil White

Retired police officer with 30 years of service. Firearms instructor and SRU team member. I still instruct with local agencies. My daily carry pistol is the tried and true 1911. I’m the Associate Editor and moderator at TFB. I really enjoy answering readers questions and comments. We can all learn from each other about our favorite hobby!


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  • Zachary marrs

    Probably shoot on their own like a real 700!

    • I got to shoot one of the new airguns last week. It had an integral suppressor and it shot really well. 1000 FPS:-)

      • Zachary marrs

        Are these completely made by remmy?

        • I don’t believe they are. Perhaps a company they own though. I’ll try to find out if you want.

          • Zachary marrs

            Please do, my .22lr stash is at critical levels, and a pellet gun would be nice

          • I understand and it’s my belief that’s why airguns are getting more popular.
            I’ll see what I can find out for you.

  • echelon

    Since it’s a ROC product, I think I’ll pass, thanks. Let me know when they actually release the RemDef spec ACR accessories though…no rush though, don’t worry. 😉

  • BryanS

    Unfortunately, ethical and proper airguns are still not legal to hunt with in PA.

    • I didn’t know that. I’m not sure why either a good pellet rifle will do the job on small game.

      • BryanS

        We have lots of archaic restrictions on hunting in PA.. or just in general. Our game commission has a rule against the import of hedgehogs, because of the problems it might introduce into the hog industry.

        Yeah, noodle that one for a bit.

        Not to mention no Sunday hunting, no semi-autos in hunting…

        • That is really strange. Sounds like it was written in 1930 or something.

        • Anonymoose

          At least you can hunt durr with real rifles in PA. In Ohio and Indiana you have to use “pistol”-caliber guns (which for some reason includes .38-55, .444, .45-70, and other straightwalled cartridges over .357″ in diameter on an arbitrary list they made up) or slugs.

  • Felix

    This is all very nice, but could Remington just fix my 700 trigger please?

  • Don Ward

    Wait until Foamy the Squirrel sees this. Y’all are in for some squirrelly wrath!

  • Gwolf

    What I love most about this is that it will piss off PETA and other associated nuts. (Get it? – ha ha)

    Hopefully they will not cave.

  • Anonymoose

    I had a girlfriend who kept squirrels as pets. My dog thought they were furry snacks. This did not end well.

  • crisara772

    swag? are you serious? this is the kind of stuff that makes me lost interest in the mainstream gun comunity, i know hunting it a tradition in some places but when they make it a comercial campaign it becomes an horrible reminder of the progressive dehumanization of the gun market.

    with all the due respect, dont erase this comment as i does not contains political content, show the comunity that this site is still run by people, not by the companies and advertising

  • Bill Brandon

    I’ve got the XP Tactical and the 1911 BB pistol. My nephew has the Express Synthetic. The rifles are darn accurate for the money and the pistol is pretty much a size, weight & functional dead ringer for a real 1911A2.
    The rifles (and pistol) are Chinese made. They don’t have that cheap feel you’d expect a budget Chinese springer rifle to have. Once you master the correct hold and shoot past the dieseling newness these things are FUN!
    Death to the furry rodents!