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Air guns are a very broad category that features a huge variety of guns for you to choose from. There are many different combinations of price, category and calibre air gun on offer, which are suited to basic hunting, target practice, and even extreme sports. Pistols, rifles and airsoft guns are the main options in this category, but then there are big choices in terms of ammunition calibre too - with 8 different categories depending on the purpose of your purchase. We’ve got over 6000 air guns on our site, so take some time, narrow down your search and pick your perfect model. Today, ATA is using the state of the art machinery with present day technology and matching those with highly skilled employees. Combining those factors with the love of tradition and with more than 50 years of experience, ATA produces shotguns that are the most efficient working and most calling upon to its users. Today, ATA comes to mind when the craftsmanship and contemporary technology comes in to one point. And we strive at all levels of manufacturing to maintain highest quality, giving you the most innovative shotguns in its class with incomparable performance and quality.
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What is a spring air?
Spring air rifles are a type of air rifle that uses a spring-loaded piston to compress air in order to fire a projectile. The spring is released, propelling the piston forward, and the compressed air is forced through a nozzle, which propels the projectile out of the barrel. Spring air rifles are typically used for target shooting and plinking, but can also be used for small game hunting. Because they do not require any external source of power, spring air rifles are very quiet and can be used in areas where firearms are prohibited. However, spring air rifles can be difficult to cock and may require more maintenance than other types of air rifles.