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  • Artemis P15 5.5mm Air Rifle Magazine

    Artemis P15 5.5mm Air Rifle Magazine

    R499

    The Artemis P15 – .22 Magazine is a replacement / Spare magazine for the Artemis P15.

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  • Daisy Air Rifle - Red Ryder - 1938 - Repeater - 4.5mm - 350fps

    Daisy Air Rifle – Red Ryder – 1938 – Repeater – 4.5mm – 350fps

    R1,999

    The Daisy Air Rifle – Red Ryder – 1938 – 4.5mm – 350fps is perfect for plinking, shooting paper targets and for training new shooters. The Red Ryder is intended for shooting targets UP TO 5 meters away – about 16.5 feet.

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  • Artemis CP2 4.5mm Air Pistol - Black

    Artemis CP2 4.5mm Air Pistol – Black

    R2,499

    The Artemis CP2 Black is actually an air pistol and air rifle in one! The CP2 comes as a pistol with an additional ‘convertion’ set to convert it to an air rifle. This allows you to easily slide/screw the stock to the back of the pistolgrip. The barrel can easily be replaced by a longer rifle barrel, which is included.

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  • Artemis CP2 5.5mm Air Rifle - Air Pistol - Camo

    Artemis CP2 5.5mm Air Rifle – Air Pistol – Camo

    R2,749

    The Artemis CP2 Camo is actually an air pistol and air rifle in one!

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  • Artemis CP2 5.5mm Air Rifle - Air Pistol - Black

    Artemis CP2 5.5mm Air Rifle – Air Pistol – Black

    R2,499

    The Artemis CP2 Black is actually an air pistol and air rifle in one! The CP2 comes as a pistol with an additional ‘convertion’ set to convert it to an air rifle. This allows you to easily slide/screw the stock to the back of the pistolgrip. The barrel can easily be replaced by a longer rifle barrel, which is included.

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  • Gamo G-Magnum 1250 5.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo G-Magnum 1250 5.5mm Air Rifle

    R6,199

    Gamo’s G-Magnum 1250 is a powerful, accurate and ergonomically designed air rifle. The new Gamo G-Magnum 1250 break barrel air rifle, comes with Gamo’s latest thumbhole ambidextrous synthetic stock.

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  • Shijiazhuang Hand Pump + Filter For Pcp Air Rifles

    Shijiazhuang Hand Pump + Filter For Pcp Air Rifles

    R3,099

    Shijiazhuang Hand Pump + Filter For Pcp Air Rifles with female foster quick-disconnect valve, folding base plate, moister filter, and non-slip rubber grips.

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  • Artemis CR600W 4.5mm CO2 Air Rifle

    Artemis CR600W 4.5mm CO2 Air Rifle

    R4,999

    The Artemis CR600W is a single/multishot co2 air rifle, it comes with a magazine and a single shot adapter.

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  • Artemis SR1000S 4.5mm Air Rifle - Camo

    Artemis SR1000S 4.5mm Air Rifle – Camo

    R2,249

    Artemis is a leading manufacturer of spring powered airguns. The company focusses on good design and quality, but value-priced.

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  • Gamo Replay-10 Maxxim IGT Air Rifle - 4.5mm (With 4x32 Riflescope)

    Gamo Replay-10 Maxxim IGT Air Rifle – 4.5mm (With 4×32 Riflescope)

    R5,929

    Gamo’s Replay 10 Maxxim is an extremely silent air rifle featuring Gamo’s patented 10x Quick Shot GEN1, which allows the shooter to blast up to 10 shots without touching a single pellet.

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  • Gamo Swarm Maxxim 4.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo Swarm Maxxim 4.5mm Air Rifle

    R4,419

    10X Quick-Shot patent pending technology that utilizes a 10-round rotary-style magazine, providing faster loading for repetitive shooting.

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  • Littleton MK65 Shot Maker

    Littleton MK65 Shot Maker

    R15,059

    Littleton MK65 Shot Maker with 7 drippers for MK65 shot size of 7.5.

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  • Gamo Black 1000 Air Rifle - 4.5mm

    Gamo Black 1000 Air Rifle – 4.5mm

    R3,269

    The Gamo 4.5mm Black 1000 Air Rifle is a lightweight compressed-air rifle for adults. It features a modern, synthetic and black-coloured ambidextrous butt with improved grip thanks to the new checkering

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  • Gamo Gx-40 PCP 5.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo Gx-40 PCP 5.5mm Air Rifle

    R12,179

    Gamo’s last generation PCP system provides a smooth, powerful and accurate shooting due to its sophisticated compression system, which supplies a constant air feed that efficiently boosts pellets of all calibers.

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  • Artemis M16A 5.5mm PCP Air Rifle

    Artemis M16A 5.5mm PCP Air Rifle

    R9,999

    The new Artemis M16 is a great addition to the PCP line from Artemis.

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  • Gamo Delta Red 4.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo Delta Red 4.5mm Air Rifle

    R2,769

    Gamo’s Delta Red is a youth-oriented airgun with a long trajectory in the brand.

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  • Gamo G-Magnum 1250 4.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo G-Magnum 1250 4.5mm Air Rifle

    R5,979

    The European heavyweight of the air gun world has surely answered that criteria by creating the new Gamo G-Magnum 1250 break barrel air rifle, which comes with Gamo’s latest thumbhole ambidextrous synthetic stock.

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  • Gamo Big Cat 1250 Air Rifle - 4.5mm (With 4x32 Riflescope)

    Gamo Big Cat 1250 Air Rifle – 4.5mm (With 4×32 Riflescope)

    R3,029

    The Gamo Air Rifle – Big Cat 1250 – With 4×32 Scope – 4.5mm says it all in its name. This single shot break barrel rifle racks up a very impressive 1000ft/s when firing Gamo PBA pellets. It has automatic cocking safety with manual trigger safety.

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  • Gamo Replay-10 IGT 5.5mm Air Rifle

    Gamo Replay-10 IGT 5.5mm Air Rifle

    R5,929

    Fast shooting, revolutionizing the world of ‘break barrel’ air rifles. The Gamo Replay-10 IGT 5.5mm Air Rifle is highly accurate, extremely silent, with a fluted Whisper Maxxim break barrel, featuring a magazine that shoots up to 10 shots without reloading. Enjoy 10 fast follow-up shots, just by ‘breaking’ the barrel and pulling the trigger!

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  • Gamo Hunter 1250 Grizzly Pro Air Rifle

    Gamo Hunter 1250 Grizzly Pro Air Rifle 4.5mm

    R9,569

    Gamo’s Hunter 1250 Grizzly Pro combines a bear’s natural elegance and fierce aggression.

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  • Gamo Delta Fox GT 4.5mm Air Rifle – No Cover

    R2,029

    Gamo’s Delta Fox GT is a modern-looking, precise and light airgun intended for those young users who are planning to get into the shooting universe.

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  • Gamo Whisper IGT 4.5mm Air Rifle

    R4,479

    The Whisper system is an integrated sound-moderator on the muzzle of the barrel that provides up to 52% noise reduction compared with a standard airgun.

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  • Gamo Arrow PCP 4.5mm Air Rifle

    R5,269

    Precise, compact, and extremely effective. The Gamo Arrow PCP 4.5mm Air Rifle has arrived to revolutionize the competitive segment of high-performance PCP air rifles. Designed and manufactured in Europe under the most demanding Gamo quality standards.

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  • Gamo Young 2017 4.5mm Air Rifle Pack

    R1,699

    The Gamo 4.5mm Young 2017 Air Rifle Pack is an ideal beginners pack for kids who are just getting into target practice. It features a Delta 4.5mm Air Rifle with 100 standard targets. It will provide hours or fun and great practice for the new hunter.

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  • Gamo G-Magnum 1250 IGT Mach 1 Air Rifle

    Gamo G-Magnum 1250 IGT Mach 1 Air Rifle 5.5mm

    R6,939

    The Gamo G Magnum 1250 IGT Mach 1 is a powerful, accurate and ergonomically designed air rifle. It’s been equipped with the main Gamo technologies: Gamo Power 33mm cylinder, Bull barrel silencing technology, CAT Trigger, SWA anti-recoil system and RRR to reduce it even more.

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How to Choose an Air Rifle

Before diving into the nitty-gritty of choosing an air rifle, it's essential to understand what they are and why they're so popular. An air rifle is a type of gun that uses compressed air or gas to propel a projectile. They're often used for small game hunting, target shooting, and backyard plinking.

One of the main benefits of air rifles is their versatility. They can be used for a wide range of activities, from pest control to Olympic-level target shooting. Additionally, they're quieter than traditional firearms, making them an excellent choice for backyard shooting or urban areas.

Types of Air Rifles

There are three main types of air rifles: spring piston, gas piston, and pre-charged pneumatic (PCP). Each type has its own set of advantages and disadvantages, so it's essential to understand the differences before making a purchase.

Spring Piston

Spring piston air rifles are the most common type of air rifle. They use a coiled spring and a piston to compress air in a chamber. When the trigger is pulled, the spring releases the piston, compressing the air and propelling the pellet forward.

Spring piston air rifles are relatively easy to use and maintain, making them an excellent choice for beginners. They're also affordable, making them a popular option for casual shooters.

Gas Piston

Gas piston air rifles are similar to spring piston air rifles, but instead of using a spring, they use a gas-filled cylinder. When the trigger is pulled, the gas is released, compressing the air and propelling the pellet forward.

Gas piston air rifles are quieter and smoother than spring piston air rifles, making them an excellent choice for backyard plinking or urban shooting. They're also more durable and require less maintenance than spring piston air rifles.

Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)

Pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifles use a compressed air cylinder to propel pellets. They're the most powerful and accurate type of air rifle but require the most maintenance and expertise to use.

PCP air rifles are often used for competition shooting or hunting bigger game. They're also more expensive than spring piston or gas piston air rifles, making them a less popular option for casual shooters.

Caliber

The caliber of an air rifle refers to the diameter of the pellets it fires. The most common calibers are .177 and .22

  • .177 caliber pellets are the smallest and lightest, making them an excellent choice for target shooting or backyard plinking. They're also the most accurate at long distances.
  • .22 caliber pellets are larger and heavier, making them an excellent choice for small game hunting or pest control. They're also more powerful than .177 caliber pellets.

When choosing a caliber, consider what you'll be using the air rifle for and what kind of shooting you'll be doing. If you're primarily shooting at targets or plinking, .177 caliber may be sufficient. If you're hunting small game or pests, consider a .22 caliber.

Power and Velocity

The power and velocity of an air rifle refer to how fast the pellet travels and how much force it has. Power is measured in foot-pounds (ft-lbs), and velocity is measured in feet per second (fps).

The amount of power and velocity you need depends on what you'll be using the air rifle for. For example, if you're hunting small game, you'll need a certain amount of power to ensure a humane kill. If you're shooting targets, you may not need as much power or velocity.

When choosing an air rifle, consider the power and velocity ratings and how they relate to your shooting needs. Keep in mind that higher power and velocity typically mean more recoil and noise, so consider those factors as well.

Accuracy

Accuracy is a crucial factor to consider when choosing an air rifle. A precise air rifle can make all the difference in hitting your target consistently and reliably.

Look for air rifles with high-quality barrels, precise sights or optics, and well-designed triggers. Additionally, consider the type of pellets you'll be using and whether they're compatible with your air rifle.

Noise Level

Air rifles are generally quieter than traditional firearms, but they still make some noise. If you'll be shooting in a backyard or urban area, consider an air rifle with a lower noise level.

Spring piston air rifles are typically louder than gas piston or PCP air rifles. Additionally, consider using noise-reducing accessories such as suppressors or muzzle brakes.

Trigger

The trigger of an air rifle is essential for accuracy and precision. Look for air rifles with high-quality triggers that are adjustable and responsive.

A good trigger should have a smooth pull and a consistent break. Consider the weight of the trigger pull and whether it's suitable for your shooting needs.

Sight and Optics

Sights and optics can make a significant difference in accuracy and precision. Look for air rifles with high-quality sights or optics that are easy to adjust and use.

Iron sights are a traditional and straightforward option, while scopes or red dot sights offer more precision and magnification. Consider the type of shooting you'll be doing and what kind of sight or optic would work best.

Weight and Size

The weight and size of an air rifle can affect how comfortable it is to shoot and carry. Consider the weight and size of the air rifle and whether it's suitable for your shooting needs.

Heavier air rifles may be more stable and comfortable to shoot, but they may be more challenging to carry or maneuver. Lighter air rifles may be more portable but may have more recoil.

Maintenance

Like any piece of equipment, air rifles require regular maintenance to stay in good working order. Consider the maintenance requirements of the air rifle you're considering and whether you're willing and able to perform them.

Common maintenance tasks include cleaning the barrel, lubricating moving parts, and replacing seals or O-rings. Additionally, consider the availability and cost of replacement parts when choosing an air rifle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best caliber for hunting with an air rifle?

The best caliber for hunting with an air rifle depends on the size of the game and the distance of the shot. For small game and pests, a .22 caliber may be sufficient.

How much power and velocity do I need in an air rifle?

The amount of power and velocity you need depends on your shooting needs. If you're hunting small game, you'll need enough power to ensure a humane kill, while target shooting may not require as much power or velocity.

What is the most accurate type of air rifle?

The most accurate type of air rifle depends on several factors, including the quality of the barrel, sights or optics, and trigger. Look for air rifles with high-quality components and good reviews for the best accuracy.

How can I reduce the noise of my air rifle?

You can reduce the noise of your air rifle by using noise-reducing accessories such as suppressors or muzzle brakes. Additionally, consider choosing a gas piston or PCP air rifle, which tends to be quieter than spring piston air rifles.

What maintenance tasks does an air rifle require?

Common maintenance tasks for air rifles include cleaning the barrel, lubricating moving parts, and replacing seals or O-rings. Consider the maintenance requirements of the air rifle you're considering and whether you're willing and able to perform them.