best pellet gun for under $100 in my opinion
It's a weapon isn't it? Stop trying so hard to fit in just because you saw someone do it in an airsoft thread. You're doing it wrong.
Definitely the Crossman 2240, they're like, 40 bucks. With the other 60 bucks you can order a big bore breech and a 9mm barrel liner to use as a barrel. Then bore your valve out and convert it to PCP.
Then CC your completely legal single shot 9mm. Better than nothing in a mugging and tons of fun for plinking and varmit hunting.
Totally depends which air gun you are talking about. If you wanted to punch paper at close range, the pumpmaster in the picture would be kind of similar to a .22 pistol. On the other end of the air rifle spectrum are 1000+ fpe big bores and select fire 9mms.
>literally state the definition of weapon
>not a weapon
I can't see being able to get any kind of decent performance out of that kind of barrel length for a 9mm... Even if you are just talking gut gun, I don't think the length is there.
I have a couple airguns that're higher quality and cost more than some of my real guns.
Got one of these in .20 from the 1980s. Shoots better than I can.
When you buy the barrel you can cut it to any length you want. It's still more ft. lbs. than the standard .22.
Personally I'm hoping to build something like this one day.
The guy says it got over 200 ft. lb. from that shot, it flattened the bullet pretty nicely. He also says it should get around 400 ft. lbs. when he's done with it. Runs off 4,500 psi stored in the titanium cylinder grip. Uses a dump valve.
nice are those custom grips or did they used to come like that? I was tempted to buy a P1 for a while but I could never get past how picky springers are with hold and such. I am gonna go PCP I think. what else ya got?
Oh shit that is a cool build! I have never seen that, I found the post of the yellow forum about it and apparently that was a 200 bar shot and it can take 300! That is crazy lol I would be surprised if that crosman could handle pressures like that though, you might be better off modding a marauder pistol or something unless you can make a custom like that one.
Those are Beeman's "combat" grips. Not sure if they still offer them. They're HUGE and even though I have big hands I might get something smaller. It uses 1911 grips.
It's a manly air pistol. Heavy, hard to cock, recoils quite a bit, shoots a large pellet. Good if you're trying to train yourself to shoot a handgun or hunt rats.
I have a couple cheap air guns, but I also have a '80s Daisy El Gamo Super Match 126 10M target rifle. These things were Olympic grade back in the day but no one will supply parts for them now so she doesn't work right now.
I'm on Yellowforum. This gun is basically an example of how parts supply can sink your gun. As of 8 years ago only a couple guys were fixing these and they were pricks, and now they say they can't get parts. Some people have managed to make their own and I'm trying to find out what they did.
It's a funky gun. It's sort of a Walther LGR copy but they added a gas-filled hydraulic piston. Those all died so I machined a solid delrin plug to replace it, but then my main seals and exahust valve died.
It's a top-break springer.
>being this pleb
It was made by Gamo in Spain in the '70s-80s before they were known for making cheap shit. Has a German Walther barrel. I believe a few of these were used in the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics.
I've got a Beeman P17 which was about $40 bucks and is stupidly accurate. (will post pic later if thread is still up.) It's a copy of a Wierach or something like that.
It's a single stroke PCP because multipump a shit if you ask me.
Also is it just me or are the sperglords who go on about airguns(excluding airshit) not being weapons always half retarded neckbeards who own zombie swords and shit and likely have never owned a gun?
Weihrauch makes Beeman's better guns, including the P3. The P17 is a cheap Chinese copy of the P3. Funny they sell them side by side.
Actually, I'm the guy with the P1 and if I hadn't gotten such a deal on it I would have bought a P3. The P3 is an easier gun to shoot.
Shit posting aside Plinkington Guns should either be able to repair that gun or direct you to some one that can. I have a very strange FWB 700 that they were able to find replacement parts for, which most people thought was impossible.
>There are plenty of things which aren't weapons that I wouldn't want hitting me in the face.
Not on this list... testicles
Good thing we arent talking about BB guns.
>Not designed for inflicting bodily harm
>implying funs can't be recreational
What're you even TRYING to do?
for your reading pleasure
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Beeman-Dual-Caliber-Air-Rifle-with-Scope/16686245 i got a picture that shows the .22 pellets in regard to .22LR if you want it.
Also this rifle is heavy as shit, and i've chronographed my pellets at 875 up to 950 Fps, i would call this a weapon.
hey i got one of those, but wasted my money because i don't even trust it to do a damn thing to any part of an animal without metal fancy pellets, not very much power.
maybe birds but other than that