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Air rifles have a lot to offer:


  • Accuracy – many air rifles deliver sufficient accuracy for plinking, target shooting, hunting and pest control from 10 to 50 yards and beyond. Olympic match air rifles deliver 0.04" center-to-center accuracy at 10 meters; air rifle field target competitors can routinely hit small targets at 50 yards.

  • Low shooting expense -- a tin of 500 high-quality pellets costs a fraction of a similar quantity of firearm ammunition.

  • Quiet -- these subsonic rifles generally offer a neighbor-friendly report.

  • Convenience – air rifles are completely legal to shoot in many areas where firearms are forbidden. You don't have to drive to a shooting range; you can practice in your own backyard or basement. All you need is a pellet trap.

  • High quality -- adult precision air rifles offer all the pride of ownership of any conventional firearm, and the fit, finish, and precision in some models is absolutely spectacular.

  • Power – large caliber air rifles (.25 caliber and up) use larger, heavier projectiles that can deliver sufficient power for taking game as large as coyotes, wild hogs, and deer.


All air rifles operate on the same principle: pressurized gas (usually air, but sometimes CO2) is introduced into the barrel behind a projectile, and the pressurized gas drives the pellet or BB down the barrel and out the muzzle. There are several different air rifle powerplants, and the key differences are the ways in which the pressurized gas is stored and delivered. Each powerplant has its advantages and disadvantages and can meet the needs of different types of shooters.

Check out each of the powerplants below to see the differences:

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