Offering a more economical alternative to conventional firearms, air guns are as popular now as they have ever been, and the sheer volume of the traffic here at the Great American Outdoor Show that is making its way to Pyramyd Air's Air Gun Range stands in testament to that popularity. Offering a full complement of air guns, both rifles and pistols, from simple break-barrel models to more advanced compressed air options, Pyramyd's interactive display features a state-of-the-art, 12-lane shooting gallery. According to NRA staff helping to man the range, more than 1,000 patrons have visited the range during each of the Great American Outdoor Show's first two full days—and with the event running until Sunday, Feb. 15, staffers are prepared for the cavalcade of air gun fans to continue. Admission to the range is free, and NRA-certified range safety officers are on-hand to ensure that everyone has a safe and fun time. Plinking around with an air gun is fun for all ages—whether you're a greenhorn or a seasoned veteran—so come on down to the Pyramyd Air Air Gun Range and see what all the fuss is about.
Pyramyd Air Gun Range Popular at Great American Outdoor Show
Collectors refer to these shortened carbines as “trappers,” but that term was never officially used by either Winchester or Marlin. Winchester referred to them as “Baby Carbines” or “Special Short Carbines” on the rare occasions when they were cataloged.
The term “inside out” can be taken literally or applied as a phrase to describe the thoroughness with which an idea is understood. In this month’s issue, we hope to illustrate that the latter especially is used as a guiding principle to keep the American firearm industry at the top of its game.