Nova Freedom Review (#2) w/ 75 Yard Shooting

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    kaylaindy
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    Hey Guys! This is part 2 of my Review and Testing of the Nova Freedom PCP Rifle. This gun has a built in PCP pump. Find out how many pumps it takes to fill the tank from Zero, How many shots you get in the "Green Zone" , and How many Pumps it takes to Top Off the tank. This video is complete with Chronograph testing! Fun review! Thanks for Watching! -Nate 

    Click here to watch the Nova Freedom Review (#2)

    with a sneak peak at the new Kral Armour in .22 cal

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    E30_S50
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    That's was great…I like the creative narrative about saving the princess from the monster.  You really put in a lot of work to shoot some pellets!

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    Hajimoto
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    Nice follow up. Thanks for saving the princess :)

     

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    stoti
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    Where were you shooting? I thought the highway look familiar and then I saw the Healdsburg sign. Heck, you're right in my neck of the woods somewhere, although I didn't recognize the spot. I did see a lake in the background so I'm guessing Lake Sonoma???  I live up near Ukiah in Potter Valley. We have all kinds of places to shoot up here because I'm in the sticks… National forest everywhere, Lake Pillsbury, etc… I have a 60yd, range on our property too. If you ever want to come up and shoot, get a hold of me. Have a good one. Stoti.

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    kaylaindy
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    stoti: Good detective work. The range is at Lake Sonoma. I just might take you up on your offer if I ever make it up your way. I'm looking for BLM land around here. I'm about to move to the sticks if I have to. Not being able to shoot at my house is getting to be a bummer. Thanks for watching and for the invite! -Nate 

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    RogerV53
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    When I saw the Healdsburg sign and the lake in the background I thought the same thing, must be around Lake Sonoma. Long way to go 1 hour drive to shoot, are you in the Bay Area? I shoot at the Richmond Rod and Gun club, there's also a group that shoots in Concord.

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    Roger and Nate, be sure to remember my name or follow me. I just followed you both because it's easy, that way we can get a hold of each other and meet up in the future to shoot. I have lots of digger squirrels around here to shoot or if you'd rather, we can just put together a little fun shoot with as many locals as we can round up.  Stoti
     
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    stoti

    Roger and Nate, be sure to remember my name or follow me. I just followed you both because it's easy, that way we can get a hold of each other and meet up in the future to shoot. I have lots of digger squirrels around here to shoot or if you'd rather, we can just put together a little fun shoot with as many locals as we can round up.  Stoti
     

    I spent many years hunting ground squirrels up around Stonyford, had a friend with a cattle ranch there. On a good day I would kill 300 diggers and just as many pest birds. I hunted with PCPs FX Royals, AA 410s and a few others back then, now I shoot springers at paper just for fun but I do miss those days. You never know I might just get back in the PCP game again, if I do I'll take you up on the offer. I'll drive a long way to shoot ground squirrels, been hunting them since 1970.

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    kaylaindy
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    Stoti & Roger, Unfortunately I'm about exactly an hour from Condord…I heard about a squirrel eradication program at the Lake Sonoma dam…so I'm going to try and get in on that. I still have to go talk to them and see what the deal is. Apparently it's a real problem of them digging into the dam. If that happens I'll let you guys know (RogerV53 and Stoti). We could have a great hunting party! I'll be in touch for sure! Thanks -Nate 

    P.S. My squirrel killing gun: 

    It's an FX Boss .30 cal Field Target model. Single shot. Here are the pics with the logo still on. 

    I have one sitting here new in the packag. I bought it just for those squirrels. 

     

     

     

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    AirRanger
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    Let’s see if we can’t get you back in the green Nate, I know you may have gotten off on the wrong foot here at AGN but I enjoyed your videos and appreciate your efforts, I gave you some accuracy points. To stay on subject please do a review of that FX BOSS FT .30cal ASAP, that’s an interesting tool of choice for hunting but I think you’ll do great.

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    kaylaindy
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    I got that FX .30 cal gun sitting here…afraid to open it because so awesome. I notice African Air Arms hunter guy has alot of videos where he goes to big farms and takes out pests for the farmers. I'm going to try that. I have 3-4 videos waiting to be edited…much better vids with EVERY fact and stat you could want. I'm going to make sure my videos are all up to par now. No messing around.

    Check out this pic: 

    your looking at an unopened Hatsan Flash .177, Career 707, Drozd Blackbird Modded out, Hamerlli 850, Kral Armour, ASG Tack 45, Beeman QB97, Diana Chaser Rifle and Pistol (both!), and the FX Boss .30 cal FT…not to mention my Red Wolf waiting for a stock. So many guns, so little time. 

    I have really been struggling since I was told not to shoot at my house, I tried driving to the range 1 hour away but that just killed me. Plus it took all day to get 1 hour of footage. So I'm slim on videos this month. But I'm going to try and move so the Airgun Channel is about to blow up! Tons of awesome content coming your way. I even have a chronograph now! 

    Thanks for watching! -Nate

    P.S. I nailed a rat in the head with this a couple nights ago.

    With this Ataman AP16 .22 cal: 

     

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