Compressed Air Weapons, Uses and Motríz Plant. The uses of compressed air weapons can be divided according to the target at which they are going to shoot, and that is where we can define:
- Sports use: Target shooting, free shooting or informal shooting.
- Use for pest control
- Use for small game
The sporting use of an airgun can range from target shooting or casual shooting, to high performance competitions such as the Olympic Games and professional airgun target shooting competitions.
There are shooting ranges where you can begin to learn the sport of target shooting with airguns, using competitive metal silhouette shooting in which the targets are made of steel-shaped animal targets with a “kill zone” or cut -out. Hunter Field Target (HFT) is a variation that uses identical equipment, but with different rules.
When a compressed air gun is used for pest control, we can identify shooting targets, such as birds that invade fields, invasive birds, squirrels and rodents as rats that destroy crops and must be reduced to avoid significant losses, then the Investment in a compressed air gun is quickly recovered since by reducing pests the crops can easily improve.
When a compressed air gun is used for small game hunting, we are talking about prey ranging from small birds to small mammals such as rabbits, depending on the place and time of year where the user usually practices small game, he will have species that are allowed. hunt legally.
In general, the calibers used by airguns can kill most of the allowed species.
The power plant or motor plant of the compressed air weapon is the main body of the weapon, which allows the gas to be accommodated under pressure, either air or a gas especially such as CO2, to then exert the propulsion of the projectile or municipality .
Air gun motors can be divided into three groups:
• Spring-piston, which uses elastic energy stored in a spring
• Pneumatic, which uses pressurized gas stored internally;
• Compressed gas (most commonly CO 2), which uses external sources of pressurized gas.
Ruger Blackhawk Combo air rifle
- caliber: 0.177
- velocity: 1000.00 ft/sec
- Warranty: One year limited warranty
- Includes 4x32 Scope
Gamo 6110017154 Varmint Air Rifle .177 Cal
1 used from $170.00
- .177 Cal pellet single cocking break barrel
- The Varmint features a long lasting spring piston able to deliver 1250 fps of muzzle velocity with Gamo PBA Platinum pellets .177 Cal
- Fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel. Grooved cylinder rail
- 4 x 32 Shockproof Scope. Gamo trigger with adjustable second stage. It has a synthetic ambidextrous all-weather stock with a rubber recoil pad. Lightweight design
- Noise dampening: None
Gamo Swarm Magnum Swarm Magnum Air Rifle
- .22 Cal high power hunting single cocking break barrel air rifle, 1300 fps with PBA Platinum
- 10X Quick-Shot patent pending technology that utilizes a 10-round rotary-style magazine, providing faster loading for repetitive shooting. Simply break open the fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel and fire for lightning-quick follow-up shots.
- Magnum-powered air rifle, 33 mm cylinder and IGT MACH 1. This gas piston is an upgrade from the IGT, delivers higher muzzle velocity while keeping the advantages of the IGT: durable, less vibration, and smooth cocking
- Whisper Fusion noise supressing technology, the quietest Gamo technology.
- Gamo 3-9x40 scope with RRR (Recoil Reducing Rail) - Absorbs the recoil of the rifle increasing the lifespan of the scope