Barrel droop is a fact of life for many breakbarrels of the past as well as the present. Sit back and let Tom suggests a few ways to compensate for barrel droop and get your scope tilted in the right direction and back on target.
Are you confused on all of these crazy PCP connectors? Pyramyd Air has a great tool – PCP Hookup tab, available right on our web site. It solves the very problem Tom describes in this video.
When you are on the PCP airgun page, just click the PCP Hookup tab and our web site will do the rest of the work for you and let you know if you need any adapters to connect YOUR airgun to YOUR choice of air source.
Dot sights are a wonderful addition to any gun that has dovetails or a mounting rail. They’re easy to use and have a rheostat to make the dot larger or smaller, which also makes the dot brighter and dimmer, respectively. Unlike scopes, you don’t have to worry about whether or not you’re putting your dot sight on an air pistol or air rifle. The same sight will work perfectly on either type of airgun.
Some dot sights have only a red dot, while others come with the option of green or blue dots. Most dot sights do not have any magnification. Those that are magnified usually have only 2x or 3x power.
Watch our video and learn about a great optical sight option that you may not have considered before.
Airgun scope bases are different than firearm scope bases, although they share similarities. Airguns are more difficult to mount scopes, and the scope bases do all the work. Learn about the different types of scope bases and when they’re used.
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.