Discussion in 'Airguns' started by glockgod, Dec 29, 2020.
The more I learn about airguns, the more I am impressed. They are a ton of fun.
Think $500 will get me a decent rifle?
Short barrel , integrally suppressed , looks nice. A little more than $500 . like I said, I know little about them but I definitely would get one that's got a supressor or one could be put on.
I'll be watching to see recommendations.
They have a lot of advantages, no argument there.
Sounds like something I need to look into! Thank you!
They can also be loud if you get ones with a lot of power.
Pyramid is a great place to start, they are my go to for air stuff.
I agree that a hand pump is going to lose it's attractiveness very quickly. Plan on a compressor right up front. The mentioned Yong Heng is a very decent option. Loud but fast, some of them require a water bath for cooling.
I use this one and I like it a lot, light, relatively quiet, built in oil/water separator, a bit on the slow side.
One great aspect of a PCP is that you can use any scope with it since there is zero recoil. This can save you a pile of money overall.
Doesn't hurt to take a break. Good for the pump, they get pretty warm.
Now that Pa is finally allowing airguns for hunting small game, I think my next purchase will be a Hatsan Flash. Very lightweight and has a longer barrel. Should reach out further than the twelve inch barrel on the SS. I don't want to change my SS even though they are very modular. They're the Tinker Toys of the airgun world. You can do a lot of changing around on them.
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