Air Rifles Reviews
Crosman 7-760KT Pumpmaster 0.177 Caliber
As a means of increasing the power, some airguns are designed so that several strokes of the pumping mechanism forces air into a chamber where it is held under high pressure. Each pump stroke forces more air into the chamber which increases the pressure which in turn increases the velocity of the projectile. The first Crosman airgun produced in 1923 was a multi-pump rifle in 0.22 caliber. Although some air rifles of the past were pumped up by pulling and pushing on a rod that was located below the barrel, the vast majority of multi-pump rifles are pumped up by swing the forearm downward and back up. Because several pump strokes can produce a high pressure in the air reservoir, multi-pump rifles tend to be high powered models. The power achieved by a specific number of pump strokes depends on several factorsbut the most important is the efficiency and capacity of the pump mechanism. Although the Crosman 760 is an airgun of modest power that gives pellets a velocity of over 500-Feet per secondsec, the Benjamin and Sheridan models are quite powerful. The 0.177 caliber Benjamin 397 can fire pellets at up to 800-Feet per secondsec while the 0.22 caliber Model 392 drives pellets over 650-Feet per secondsec as can the 0.20 caliber Sheridan rifles. Of intermediate power is the Crosman 2100 (which fires pellets at over 700-Feet per secondsec)but it is a rifle that is capable of outstanding performance. Many of the classic Crosman rifles including the Model 140, 1400 and 2200 were so powerful that they were popular tools for hunting pests and small game. The modern multi-pump air rifle is capable of excellent accuracy as well as being a powerful airgun.
Beeman RS2 .22 Air Rifle Combo with 3-9x32mm Scope
Break barrel action with automatic safety. . 22 caliber shoots up to 800 fps. Scope has a plex reticle, matte finish and rings. RS2 comes with a 3-9x 32mm airgun scope, is 46-1/2" long, weighs 10 lbs and has a blued, rifled barrel. Also features a two-stage trigger. Stock is made of wood. *(Check Air Gun Restriction List) Specifications: - Break barrel action, barrel is rotated downward to cock the action - 46 lb cocking effort - .22 caliber, 800 fps - Automatic safety - Two stage trigger - 46.5" overall length, 10 lb - Includes 3-9x 32mm scope with ring mounts
Daisy Avanti 853 Air Rifle
This Rifle is an amazing piece of engineering. Able to shoot at a distance of over 1000 feet with precision of military hardware.
Beeman Sportsman Silver Kodiak Dual Caliber
Beeman precision airguns products mission is to produce and supply quality air rifles capable of performing above and beyond our customer's expectations. Along with excellent customer service, Beeman is dedicated to the application of safety engineering, quality assurance and human factor Evaluation in the research, development, manufacturing, sales, and distribution of our products. All our products are thoroughly evaluated to ensure they meet or exceed all recognized standards and specifications. At Beeman, we hope you will experience the excitement of "shooting: a sport for life!"
Outdoor Products Model 74 CO2 BB Rifle
What a great way to introduce young shooters to the fun of semi-automatic target practice. Daisy's model 74 has a 200-round bb reservoir and a 15-shot internal magazine. You'Ll send a bb downrange at under 350-feet per second velocity, every time you squeeze the trigger. With a sleek black composite stock, the 74 weighs-in under two pounds. Teach young shooters marksmanship skills, using the blade and ramp front and adjustable rear sights. In most areas, you can set up a target box and safe backstop right at home.
In the last few years, there has been a shift in types of air rifles that are widely used in hunting and pest control. Today, the break action is much more popular than any other type of airgun for these uses. Long popular in Europe, the break action rifle is powered by moving a piston located in the receiver to the rear as the hinged barrel is pulled downward. The piston moves to the rear against a strong spring and is locked in position by the sear. When the rifle is fired, the piston is pushed forward at high velocity to compress the air in the chamber ahead of the cylinder. This air under high pressure is restricted so that it can flow out of the chamber only against the base of the pellet which forces the pellet down the barrel. Because the spring in a break action rifle is so strong, a considerable amount of force is required to cock the rifle. Although the high velocity sounds appealing, it is not without disadvantages associated with a heavy piston and spring lurching forward as the pellet is being driven out of the barrel, making it difficult to shoot such a powerful gun accurately.
With just a single break of the action, the Winchester Air Rifle Model 1100WS break-barrel .177 caliber pellet rifle sends alloy pellets downrange at 1,100 feet per second velocity. At 46.25" long and weighing 8.5 lbs., it's obvious that this is an air rifle designed for young adults and adults. You'll like the feel of the solid hardwood stock. And you can acquire targets quickly and accurately using the micro-adjustable rear sight and white dot front sight or using the 4 X 32 fog-proof and shock-proof air rifle scope which is included. Great for serious target practice, pest control and small game hunting.
Selecting the right type of ammo for your rifles will affect different aspects and your shooting. Lets, look at some the more common types of ammunition; Hollow Points, Full Metal Jackets, Destroyers.
Scopes, Lasers, Grips, Magazines.