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 Brief Guide To Airguns 
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Brief Guide To Airguns
by: Thrace Le Feu



Brief Guide To Airguns

Ever since paintballing has caught the attention of people, the popularity of air guns has increased phenomenally. Now you have many types of air guns on the market. That is the reason why you should be sure which air gun would be most appropriate for you when you go to buy one.

Airguns work by using compressed air or other type of gas to propel pellets, bb's, and similar kinds of ammunition. Most airguns are low-powered for safety reasons, but there are more high-powered airguns that have been used for military and hunting events. High-powered airguns are used in the Olympic sharpshooting events. These high-powered airguns have the advantage of being extremely accurate, but are not usually the best type of airguns for normal airgun activities.

The most commonly used air gun is the multi-stroke, more commonly known as pump up. In order to propel the pellet from the barrel of the air gun the pump-up guns need several "pumps". These guns are lightweight and relatively smaller. They have moderate power and don't retreat back much. However, the drawback of these guns is that they require a lot of time and energy to hit the target and they don't have a great accuracy. A multi-stroke gun might not be the best option for those looking for a gun with a high accuracy.

On the other hand, single-stroke air guns deliver a high degree of accuracy. They only need a single pump to get the proper amount of air. These air guns are also more consistent than the pump-up variety. Plus, there is no problem of recoil with single-stroke air guns. But, single-stroke air guns don't provide a lot of power. That is why the hunters don't prefer to use them. On the other hand, there are many people who feel the high accuracy of single-stroke air guns makes up for the lack of power.

There is also an option of purchsing pre-charged air guns, which have high accuracy and high power. The pre-charged air guns need a minimal effort to get the air as they are derived from the scuba tank. The scuba tanks are equipped with a special hose having a pressure gauge in order to supply the compressed air. The pre-charged air guns are more suited for hunting purposes as some of them yield multiple shots. Thus, a combination of all these factors make the pre-charged air gun the perfect choice for a host of air gun activities. However, even these guns suffer a little from the problem of recoiling.

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Thrace Le Feu is the administrator and delegate of Air Soft FAQ, the source for all your Air Gun questions. Please visit: http://www.airsoftfaq.com.




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