Posts Tagged ‘springers’

Episode 17 – Introduction to scope mounts: scope stops

Airguns are different than firearms in many ways, but one of the most surprising is that airguns can be much harder on scopes and scope mounts than firearms. It’s not the power, it’s the two-recoil delivered by spring-piston airguns. Therefore, you need a scope stop for your spring guns, especially the powerful springers. Learn all about scope stops and scope-stop pins in this instructional video.

Episode 14 – Introduction to Underlevers

Underlever spring guns have become very popular in recent years. While use of these air rifles is pretty straightforward, there are some things you need to know. Watch the video to get spun up!

Episode 6 – Introduction to sidelevers

Sidelever spring-piston guns have been around for decades and represent some of the most popular springers sold today. One reason for the popularity of the sidelever is that it generally requires less effort to cock than a similarly powered breakbarrel. Therefore, sidelevers are often picked by hunters or shooters who plan to shoot a lot but don’t want to wear themselves out with repetitive cocking. Watch this video to see if sidelevers are right for you.

Episode 1 – Introduction to breakbarrels

In this video we will discus breakbarrel airguns. For most shooters, the breakbarrel class airgun offers the most cost effective way to get started with high powered airguns. In this video we will discuss their basic operation. To learn more, just click the link! Read the rest of this entry »
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Uzi CO2 BB submachine gun

You've seen tons of movies with guys spraying bullets from their Uzi submachine guns and probably thought it would be a blast. Except for the cost of ammo! You can have all that fun with this Uzi BB submachine gun at just pennies a round. Throw shots downrange for hours on end with all the fun, none of the firearm hassles and a fraction of the cost.

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Air Arms TX200 air rifle

When it comes to spring-piston air rifles, the Air Arms TX200 Mk III is a favorite of many airgunners, including airgun writer Tom Gaylord. His favorite caliber is .177. While the gun will initially impress you with its beauty and superior craftsmanship, you'll be even more impressed with the incredible accuracy! Tom claims this is "the most accurate spring gun below $3,000." Beech or walnut, left-hand or right-hand stock. Isn't it time you got yours?