In December of 1999, I discovered Adult Airguns.
Sure, I owned BB guns and pellet rifles as a child, but passed
through the phase as I entered my teens. I never really thought
they were useful for anything more than immature fun-shooting.
A squirrel problem at our home presented a bonafide need for an
adult airgun. I bought a new Diana RWS-36 from a local gunshop.
Shortly thereafter, I discovered Internet forums dedicated to
airguns and airgunning. I solved the back yard squirrel-overpopulation
problem with selective extermination and went on to become an
adult airgun collector and competition airgun shooter. I especially
enjoy owning and shooting the high-end airguns such as the Steyr
and the Whiscombe pictured above. I now have a total of 16 high-quality
rifles and 6 pistols.
Through airguns, I've met many good, like-minded
people in the Dallas area, throughout the state, and around the
country. Several of us locals have combined our efforts to hold
Autumn Airgun Fun, a national airgun avent. Another good friend
hosts "Airgunstock" near Austin, Texas. Betwen the two
events, we have helped Texas become the airgunning center of the
The buttons to the left will take you to pictures
of my airgun collection, airgun events, and airgun personalities
that I've met since discovering the sport of Adult Airguns and