My opportunities to hit a range are few and far between at the current time. That will be solved in a few months when I move (renting now) because no room to shoot is a dealbreaker. Until then I'm looking for a way to get trigger time that will help me with trigger control and flinch. I have a garage and could easily get about 25 ft from corner to corner, so I think I could at least put some projectiles down range. I'm thinking entry level air guns, but something where the fit and form are similar to a real gun, and hopefully something decently accurate at that distance so I can work on precision shooting as well. I'm a revolver guy primarily, but also like semi-auto. I think it boils down to big grips for my big hands. I really like L frames and m9 handguns along with 1911s. What recommendations would you all have for a decent trigger and decent accuracy? I don't care if it's a pump or if it's a semi (cheapo in me says springers don't take co2 cylinders). I had a bottom cocking contraption that I remember much more fondly than the slide cocking cheapo I had as a kid. For rifle I have a couple ideas, stuff I had as a kid is still on the market so I may just let nostalgia run that decision. I won't ever forget arching a Copperhead BB (could see them better) across the back yard into soda cans at 35 yards. The bbs were launched from a Daisy Powerline pumper or a lever carbine. I think I need one of those lever guns in my life again. That one got so weak it quit working, probably got thrown away when my parents moved in 2004. And last but not least, I need a bb trap. I can build one out of plywood like the ones I built as a kid (reused bbs saves allowance money for more important stuff, like candy). I remember 2x4 frame with 1/2" or so plywood at an angle with junk denim in the bottom. Should be more than sufficient if I go with a springer, may need more if I go with co2 power.