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QUEST 1000X
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Your One-Stop Shop for Pellet Guns, BB Guns, Airsoft Guns, Ammo & Accessories

Pellet guns, BB guns, and airsoft guns are three distinct forms of air guns that are legal to own in most places in the United States. The basic difference between them can be summed up in a word: ammo. Each type of gun fires a specific type of projectile. Each type is designed for different purposes, from tin can and target practice (metal BB Guns), to varmint hunting and longer range targeting (metal pellets), to war game simulations and backyard fun (airsoft plastic pellets).

We sell a variety of air guns and accessories.  No matter what you're looking for - pellet rifles, pellet pistols, BB rifles, BB pistols, BB Guns, airsoft rifles, airsoft guns, airsoft pistols, accessories, ammo - we either carry it or can probably get it for you. You can start shopping right away, using the links below and to the left.  We offer products featuring some of the lowest prices you'll find anywhere online for everything the modern air gun enthusiast could want.  Happy hunting!
 


Pellet Guns for Pest Killing & Small Game Hunting

A pellet gun has many uses, from fun to serious. When it comes to the more serious uses, pellet guns are favored by homeowners, gardeners, and farmers to eliminate pesky varmint trouble. They project killing force at short to medium ranges. It makes this type of air gun a good choice for eradicating troublesome critters in and around the yard or farm, as well as hunting small game.

Here are some popular pellet guns and BB Guns for hunting small game or eliminating pests from your property.  While you can get the job done with a .177 caliber rifle if it is capable of producing velocities in excess of 900 ft/sec, we highly recommend one of the .22 caliber air guns.  You will usually lose some muzzle velocity when you step up from .177 to .22 caliber rifles, but the .22 pellets are heftier and provide a significantly bigger wallop, ensuring a cleaner kill. 

>> Please be careful when choosing an air rifle for pest killing or small game hunting. You do not want to leave an animal (even a pest) merely injured and in pain.  Using .22 caliber pellet guns that produce high muzzle velocity (800 ft/sec or higher) will result in a clean kill virtually every time, as long as your aim is true and you are shooting from within the manufacturer's recommended distance range.


Top Rated Hunting Pellet Guns
 

Evanix AR 6 Pellet Guns
Evanix Hunting Master AR 6
(.22 caliber)
 
$799.95
On Sale!  $715.00

Recommended for:  small & medium-sized game hunting, pest killing.

Specs:  precharged pneumatic pellet gun; 6-shot repeater (revolver); single and double-action trigger; 4-16X56mm scope included.

Power rating:  Very High (1315 ft/sec muzzle velocity in .22 caliber version, using single-action mode).


Shinsung Career Infinity Pellet Guns
Shinsung Career Infinity Air Rifle
(.22 caliber)
 
$675.99
On Sale!  $579.00

Recommended for:  small & medium-sized game hunting, pest killing.

Specs:  precharged pneumatic pellet guns; 6-shot repeater (revolver); side lever cocking.

Power rating:  Very High (1220 ft/sec muzzle velocity in .22 caliber version).


Diana RWS 48 Pellet Guns
Diana RWS Model 48 Air Rifle
(.22 caliber)

 
$399.99
On Sale!  $365.85

Recommended for:  small game hunting, small pest killing, target shooting.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; side lever cocking; spring-piston power plant.

Power rating:  High (900 ft/sec muzzle velocity in .22 caliber version).


RWS 34 Breakbarrel Rifle Guns
Diana RWS 34 Breakbarrel Rifle
(.22 caliber)
 
$279.99
On Sale!  $215.99

Recommended for:  small game hunting, pest killing, plinking.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking.

Power rating:  Medium-High (800 ft/sec muzzle velocity in .22 caliber version).

There are only a few .177 caliber pellet guns that should be used for pest elimination or small game hunting.  There are two important things to keep in mind when using anything less than a .22 caliber air rifle for these serious purposes.  First, only use .177 guns that produce muzzle velocities of 1000 ft/sec or higher.  Second, use pellets designed for hunting.  A good example is the Beeman Crow-Magnum which is a heavier hollow point pellet that expands on contact.  This helps ensure that well-aimed shots do not simply injure the animal, but kill quickly (humanely). 

Here are the .177 caliber pellet guns we recommend for hunting small game or killing pests:

RWS Magnum 350 air rifle
RWS Magnum 350 Air Rifle
(.177 caliber)
 
$399.99
On Sale!  $359.50

Recommended for:  small game hunting, pest killing, target practice.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking.

Power rating:  Very High (1150 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


Winchester 1000X
Winchester 1000X Air Rifle
(.177 caliber)
 
$169.99
On Sale!  $129.50

Recommended for:  small game hunting, pest killing, target practice.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking.

Power rating:  High (1050 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


Remington Summit
Remington Summit Air Rifle
(.177 caliber)
 
$229.99
On Sale!  $189.99

Recommended for:  small game hunting, pest killing, target practice, plinking.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking; 3-9X40mm scope included.

Power rating:  High (1000 ft/sec muzzle velocity).

RWS 850 Air Magnum Combo Airsoft Guns
 
RWS 850 Air Magnum Combo
(.177 & .22 caliber)

$279.99
On Sale!  $225.55

Recommended for:  small game hunting, pest killing, plinking.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking; interchangeable barrels (.177 & .22).

Power rating:  Medium-High (850 ft/sec muzzle velocity in .22 caliber mode).



Fun Pellet Guns

Of course, pellet guns are also used for fun. Target shooting and plinking tin cans are activities most boys (and lots of girls) enjoy as they're growing up. Any type of pellet will work, as long as you use the correct caliber. Here are the types of pellets that most pellet gun owners like to use.  Please note that the pictures below are not to scale.  Pellets are actually much smaller than what is shown here.
 

Top Rated Fun Pellet Guns

Benjamin Sheridan Legacy 1000X
Benjamin Sheridan Legacy 1000X Kit
(.177 caliber)
 
$249.99
On Sale!  $184.99

Recommended for:  target practice, plinking.

Specs:  single shot pellet gun; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking; 4X32mm scope included.

Power rating:  High (1000 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


Beeman R7 BB Gun
R7 Air Rifle
(.177 caliber)
 
$369.99
On Sale!  $325.99

Recommended for:  target practice, plinking, shooting spinners.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking.

Power rating:  Medium (700 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


HW 97 Pellet Guns
 
HW97 MKIII Air Rifle
(.20 caliber)

$569.99
On Sale!  $555.99

Recommended for:  target practice, plinking, shooting spinners.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; spring-piston power plant; break barrel cocking.

Power rating:  Medium (700 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


Daisy DY 880
Daisy DY880 Multi Pump
(.177 caliber)
 
$59.99
On Sale!  $46.95

Recommended for:  target practice, plinking, shooting spinners.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; repeater BB guns;  multiple pneumatic pump power plant; bolt action cocking.

Power rating:  Medium (665-750 ft/sec muzzle velocity).


Crosman 760
Crosman 760
(.177 caliber)
 
$69.99
On Sale!  $38.50

Recommended for:  target practice, plinking, shooting spinners.

Specs:  single shot pellet guns; repeater BB guns;  multiple pneumatic pump power plant; bolt action cocking.

Power rating:  Medium (600-625 ft/sec muzzle velocity).



BB Guns

BB guns can also be used for hunting very small game, but their range is shorter and impact force less than with most pellet guns. The most common uses for BB guns are target practice with paper, cardboard, or tin can targets. Lots of us grew up learning to shoot a rifle with inexpensive bb guns like the Daisy gun. They make terrific starter bb guns for kids. Just be sure to provide adult supervision until you've instilled good gun safety rules in the child.

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Airsoft Guns

The most recent form of air gun are airsoft guns. They fire lightweight plastic BBs, making them ideal for kids to use around the yard without much fear of personal or property damage. But these fun guns aren't just for kids! An increasingly popular 'weekend warrior' sport has sprung up in recent years: airsoft war gaming. Typically formed in teams of 3-20 individuals, leagues and clubs have formed all over the country. They meet regularly to conduct large-scale airsoft games in various settings. It's a lot of fun!

Compared to pellet guns and BB guns, airsoft rifles and pistols are significantly safer. They have a shorter range and muzzle velocity (how fast the ammo is discharged). And, because the pellets are made of plastic, only point-blank impacts on bare skin, eyes, ears, nostrils, and other sensitive areas of the body can do any real harm. Even so, basic gun safety rules should always be enforced, whether it's your child horsing around in the yard or you if you're part of a serious airsoft guns war games league.

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Pellets

 Beeman Kodiak, Crosman Premier, Logun Penetrator, The 4th (free) tin: Gamo Magnum

 


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