While airguns are relatively maintenance-free compared to firearms, there are still some basic things you need to do to keep them in tip-top shape. This is the beginning of a series on airgun maintenance, and each video is about one type of powerplant.
This episode is all about penumatics — single-strokes, precharged and multi-pumps. To keep your pneumatic airguns functioning properly for years, follow the simple steps in this video and spend more time shooting and enjoying your airguns and less time having them repaired.
Single-stroke pneumatics are often confused with breakbarrels, but they’re really quite different. While breakbarrels cock a large mainspring inside of a piston, single-stroke pneumatics temporarily pressurize a reservoir. Whether you like to shoot pistols or rifles, there’s a single-stroke pneumatic for you. Watch our video to get the full scoop on these easy-to-cock, easy-to-shoot airguns.