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Frequently asked questions
What is a precharged?
Precharged air rifles are a type of airgun that uses a gas cartridge to store compressed air. The gas cartridge is attached to the gun and is typically filled with carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or a mix of the two gases. When the trigger is pulled, the compressed air is released and propels the pellet down the barrel. Precharged air rifles are often used for hunting and target shooting because they are very accurate and have high muzzle velocities. Some precharged air rifles can also be equipped with accessories such as scopes and suppressors.
What is a break barrel?
Break barrel air rifles are popular because they are easy to use and require little maintenance. break barrel means that the barrel is hinged on one side and can be "broken" open to cock the gun. this design makes break barrel air rifles more compact and lighter than other types of air rifles. break barrel air rifles are also less expensive than pump-action or pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifles. break barrel air rifles are typically used for plinking, target shooting, and small game hunting.
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.