CO2 air rifles are in many ways similar to their PCP counterparts. They are
accurate, silent and shoot without any noticeable recoil. The main difference is
that they are powered by carbon dioxide (CO2) stored in 12g or 88g single-use
cartridges. You can simply discard them after emptying them. Read More
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 durable synthetic stock makes this model lightweight and ergonomic. It is
powered by a 12g CO2 cartridge and is capable of shooting in semi-automatic
mode. This means you can empty the 12-shot magazine within 5 seconds.
This well-made replica of the Thompson M1A1 submachine gun can shoot in both
semi-automatic and fully automatic modes. The magazine has a capacity of
30 steel BBs in .177 caliber (4,5 mm). It is powered by two 12g CO2
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.
This CO2 air rifle is a fully licensed replica of the AR-15 assault rifle from
US manufacturer Crosman. This model can shoot .177 caliber (4,5 mm) steel BBs
in semi-auto and full-auto mode with a 1400 rounds per minute rate of fire.
American producer Crosman comes with fully licensed replica of AR15 rifle in
4,5mm caliber powered by CO2 capsule. Rifle shoots steel BBs in semi-auto or
full-auto mode with the theoretical cadence of 1400 shots per minutes.
Crosman A4-P was especially designed for plinking in your backyard. It is
powered by two 12g CO2 cartridges which must be placed inside the metal magazine
with a capacity of 25 steel BBs. Its rate of fire reaches up to 1400 rounds
This well-made replica of the MP40 submachine gun is designed to shoot in
Semi-Auto mode only. The magazine has a capacity of 50 steel BBs in
.177 caliber (4,5 mm). It is powered by two 12g CO2 cartridges.
This replica of the AR-15 from US manufacturer Crosman is powered by two CO2
cartridges. It is capable of shooting in both semi-auto and fully automatic
modes and its rate of fire reaches up to 1400 rounds per minute.
This limited edition was released to pay tribute to the Children of Fallen
Patriots Foundation. This replica of the AR-15 from US manufacturer Crosman is
powered by two CO2 cartridges. It is capable of shooting in both semi-auto and
fully automatic modes and its rate of fire reaches up to 1400 rounds per
MCX Rattler Canebrake is a brand-new CO2 airgun in .177 caliber (4,5 mm) from
Sig Sauer. This model is a perfect replica of the real firearm. It is powered by
a 88g CO2 cartridge and shoots in semi-automatic mode.
This futuristic airgun from US manufacturer Crosman was inspired by the unique
KRISS Vector carbine. It is powered by two 12g CO2 cartridges which must be
inserted into the magazine with a reservoir for 300 steel BBs. ST1 is capable
of firing in full-auto mode and comes with a practical red dot sight.
New tactical airgun from ASG. The carved back of the stock and the wide foregrip
give the airgun a very interesting look. After personal experience, we have to
say that the air rifle is really good in hands.
Norconia CO2 QB 78 Deluxe is a single-shot air rifle designed for recreational
and target shooting. This model is powered by two 12g CO2 cartridges. It is
outfitted with TruGlo iron sights. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and
The new and improved version of the Umarex Hammerli 850 Air Magnum CO2 air
rifle. It has a tactical synthetic stock with a cheek rest and rubber buttpad
for recoil absorption. This model is also outfitted with Tru-Glo sights and
11 mm Dovetail rail.
A CO2 air rifle is the right choice if you want to do some target practice and hone your shooting skills. It can also shine in short-range target shooting. These airguns are just like their PCP counterparts silent and without any noticeable recoil. The main difference is that they are powered by carbon dioxide (CO2) stored in 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.
Full Auto Mode and BlowBack
Some CO2 air rifles are capable of shooting in a fully automatic mode. The increased rate of fire ensures a maximum destruction. Some models, like the Crosman Bushmaster MPW and Crosman DPMS also come with the BlowBack system which simulates the realistic movement of the bolt and recoil. This makes your shooting experience much more intense.
A Wide Range of CO2 Air Rifles from Famous Manufacturers
You can purchase high-quality CO2 airguns from German manufacturer Umarex who is producing almost every gun you can think of. ASG also offers some air rifles but they are mostly known for their licensed CO2 air pistols. The semi-automatic MPX and MCX are highly sought-after replicas of real firearms from Sig Sauer. They are powered by a single 88g CO2 cartridge which should last you for about 200 shots. Their rifled barrels offer a surprising amount of accuracy.
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