Air Guns

 

Not everyone can own a firearm, which is probably a good thing. I know, I know. That is probably not the most popular opinion, considering the rights granted to all citizens by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but it is also a conversation for another day. For those citizens that cannot own firearms, including children and teenagers, there are air guns.

 

Air guns are used by a wide range of communities. Some of the most popular applications include small-game hunting, pest control, recreational shooting and even competition. The term "air gun" is used to refer to any pistol, rifle or shotgun that fires a projectile by means of compressed air or some gas such as carbon dioxide. This is in stark contrast to firearms, which accomplish a similar task by burning a propellant. The other noteworthy difference is the ammunition. Air guns are designed to fire small metallic projectiles, typically pellets or BBs. Some air guns, classified as airsoft guns, are designed to fire small plastic projectiles. In general, air guns use one of a number of power sources. The most popular methods tend to be spring-driven, pneumatic or gas-powered.

 

Though not as extensive as our selection of firearms, Keepshooting.com does have a growing selection of air guns that warrant your consideration. As much as any kid would love an official Red Ryder carbine-action, 200-shot, range model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing, which tells time, our Crosman M4-177 air rifle surely puts it to shame. Featuring an adjustable stock, tactical sights and a number of Picatinny rails, the M4-177 has been one of our best sellers. And if air rifles are not your cup of tea, consider one of our many air pistols, including the Beretta 92FS air pistol. The Beretta 92FS air pistol, while powered by carbon dioxide, looks and feels just like the real thing. Take your time and check out all of our air guns. And be sure to check back frequently for new products.

 
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