Airgun target shooting is an Olympic discipline. Air rifle can be a sport, a
hobby and above all else a joy when you can focus on one single thing and let
everything else go. Airguns have their place in our hearts. Most of us were
introduced to them in our childhood thanks to our dad and grandpa. And now
it’s time to return to them… Read More
New model from N series of turkish manufacturer Kral Arms. This rifle is also
suitable for juniors thanks to lower weight and lenght. Stock is universal, for
both right-handed and left-handed shooters.
This multi-pump pneumatic air rifle will allow you to shoot both lead pellets
and steel BBs. The magazine has a capacity of 50 steels BBs in caliber .177
(4,5mm). The pellets are more accurate, which makes them perfect for target
This pump-action BB gun can shoot both steel BBs and lead pellets in
.177 caliber (4,5 mm). It consists of a metal frame and durable synthetic
stock and forearm. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation.
This tactical CO2 air rifle from Danish manufacturer ASG is outfitted with a
synthetic buttstock. The rubber buttpad makes aiming really comfortable. It is
capable of shooting in a semi-automatic fire mode.
The second generation of air rifles with the 10× Quick Shoot system, which
allows shooting without the need to continuously load pellets. That is possible
thanks to the 10-shot magazine. The new IGT MACH1 nitro piston reduces the
vibrations and noise even further.
Arrow is a brand-new and affordable PCP air rifle from Spanish manufacturer
Gamo. Its name comes from the shape of the charging handle which closely
resembles an arrowhead. Its placement makes it ideal for both right-handed and
Umarex Syrix is a .177 caliber break barrel air rifle with a gas piston. It
comes with a 4×32 scope and mount rings. The synthetic stock is ambidextrous
and the automatic safety is located in front of the trigger.
Atypical novelty among spring airguns with side lever mechanism . This is the
new SPA SR900S. This model is set in a tactical polymer stock with pistol grip
and an adjustable rear stock. Reloading and cocking is via side lever.
Crosman Pumpmaster is one of the most popular air rifles in the world. Over
12 million of these rifles have been sold worldwide. It is powered by a
compressed air and you need to pump it with the foregrip. You can pump it up to
Crosman MAG-Fire Mission is an affordable break barrel air rifle with a 12-shot
magazine. This makes it really fun to shoot. The gun is powered by a gas piston
which reduces recoil and makes it more silent.
The most prominent feature of this break barrel air rifle is its beautiful
Turkish walnut stock. The ambidextrous cheek rest makes it ideal for both
left-handed and right-handed shooters. You can attach a scope to the 11 mm /
22 mm mounting rail.
Crosman Drifter Kit includes everything you need to get you started. Attach a
pistol grip and have yourself a standard PCP air pistol. You can also turn it
into a carbine by mounting the included shoulder stock.
Crosman AK1 is a fully automatic airgun inspired by the legendary AK-47. It is
powered by two 12g CO2 cartridges and its rate of fire reaches up to
1400 rounds per minute. You can also shoot in semi-automatic mode.
Are you looking for an air rifle designed for young shooters? Gamo Delta Fox
might be the perfect choice. It is durable, lightweight and ambidextrous. The
manual safety is located in front of the trigger.
Spring piston air rifles are pretty straightforward. All you need to do is to cock the mainspring, disengage the safety and pull the trigger. Their biggest selling point is their affordable cost and reliability. They are a weapon of choice for people who want something for recreational target shooting. The Slavia series from CZ is the quintessential break barrel air rifle which was the first gun for most of us. They are sadly discontinued now and other brands like the Spanish Cometa or Gamo have taken its place.
The models from German manufacturer Weihrauch and its UK counterpart Air Arms are one of the most sought-after and precise models with good track records. Both brands are competing amongst themselves for the title of the best break barrel air rifle.
Gas Piston Air Rifles Ensure Stable Performance
They might look like ordinary break barrels at a first glance but their insides tell a different story. The mainspring was replaced by the gas piston filled with inert gas (nitrogen for example) or compressed air. Gas piston air rifles offer a lower recoil and reduced vibrations which has a positive effect on your scope. They also ensure better shot-to-shot consistency, increased service life and reduced noise.
One of the most prominent figures on today’s market is the Spanish manufacturer Gamo with its Gamo IGT series (Inert Gas Technology) which have been recently joined by airguns with magazines. Turkish manufacturer Hatsan tries to keep up with its affordable Vortex series of guns.
PCPs – the Most Accurate and Powerful Air Rifles
PCP stands for Pre-charged Pneumatic and that makes sense because these rifles are powered by compressed air. Some models even have a maximum working pressure of 300 bar. This means you can forget about filling it with a common compressor. You are going to need special pumps or scuba tanks. The large pressure packs a serious punch and that is why the PCP air rifles are considered to be the most powerful airguns. Our laws unfortunately permit us to only sell air rifles with a maximum muzzle energy of 16 J.
You will never want anything else once you try the accuracy of the PCP. Some experts even claim that PCPs are the most accurate guns in the world. They usually come without iron sights and that is why you are going to need to buy a scope. We also have to mention that a large portion of the high-end PCPs are manufactured right here in the Czech Republic. These brands include Taipan, Kalibrgun, Airgun Royal and Altaros. We have intentionally left out the CZ because their CZ 200 is no longer in production.
Automatic CO2 Air Rifles – Great for Plinking
Just like their PCP counterparts, the CO2 air rifles are silent and without any recoil. They are powered by carbon dioxide (CO2) instead of compressed air. The CO2 usually comes in a form of 12g or 88g single-use cartridges. You can simply discard them after emptying them. Their disadvantage lies in their dependency on the surrounding temperature. You won’t be able to shoot in temperatures below +10 °C. Some CO2 airguns are even capable of shooting in a fully automatic mode.
Youth Air Rifles
We have compiled the best air rifles that can be handled by kids, under the supervision of adults of course. They are not just youth airguns. These models will definitely please all shooters no matter their age and help them to share their enthusiasm for shooting to the next generation. Just buy an ample supply of pellets or BBs and you are all set. Youth airguns are easy to operate, lightweight and offer lower muzzle energy and increased safety.
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