Single-Pump and Multi-Pump Pistols


Pump-up air pistols use a lever on the pistol to pressurize an on-board air reservoir. These air pistols fall into two categories.

Single-stroke pneumatic air pistols require just a single stroke to fully charge the gun. They are self-contained, easy to cock, and are highly consistent and can be incredibly accurate over distances up to 20 meters. The power of these air pistols is usually low, shooting relatively light match-grade .177 pellets low speed, making them unsuitable for hunting or pest control.

Multi-stroke pneumatic (or pump-up) air pistols require multiple strokes (usually 2-10) of a lever to store compressed air in an on-board cylinder. The advantage is that it is virtually recoilless, a self-contained system that offers adjustable power and velocity and is easy to shoot well. The disadvantage of a multi-stroke pneumatic is that once it is fired, it must be pumped up again.

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