BB/Pellet Gun Guide

About: Just a guy that likes to work with his hands.

The first BB guns were introduced in the 1500's for rich people. Through the years since then, BB guns have become widely used and loved. In this guide, I will provide proper cleaning tips, safety, and selection on BB and Pellet guns.

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Step 1: Safety

1. Never shoot at anyone or anything.
2. Wear eye protection.
3. Make sure you know what is behind your target.
4. Don't shoot a gun that has not been inspected/ taken care of.

Step 2: Cleaning Tips

To clean a BB/Pellet gun, I use a cleaning agent/kit made exactly for BB guns. I then use an air duster (compressed air) that is not greasy to finish off.

Step 3: Selection

-Break Barrel
Powerful, higher price point, single shot, louder, harder to set, holds one bullet

-Pump
Single shot, holds multiple bb's, must pump a lot, weak, cheapest, best for beginners

-CO2
Powerful, expensive, requires co2, no pumping, can revovle around, holds more bullets, single shot, good for anyone except younger kids

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    jacktforlyfe

    2 years ago

    Thank you for giving a some information on air gun pellets! I've looking into the different kinds, but I didn't know there were "break barrel" pellets. I'll have to remember the different molds when I go to get some. http://www.hunters-supply.com/big-bore-air-gun-pellets-c-27.html

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    calskin

    3 years ago

    I'd be interested in some 1322 mods.