Two centuries ago, Lewis & Clark and their Corps of Discovery returned to St. Louis after exploring the American West. It is known that an airgun accompanied the expedition, but which one it was and how it was used have confounded generations of historians. Until now.
The shortage of rimfire ammo has resulted in airguns making a comeback as a leading form of recreational shooting and small-game hunting. Just as with conventional firearms, you’ll need to accessorize your airgun to keep it clean and get the most out of it. Here are some must-have accessories available from Cheaper Than Dirt.
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.
Looking for heavy-hitting airgun performance on a budget? Check out the Sam Yang Big Bore 44 909 Light Hunter—a precharged pneumatic, single-shot air rifle with classic styling and an appetite for .45-cal. projectiles.
Nine individual and opposing targets built on a rigid, quad-legged platform provide for fun airgun shooting.