With such an large spectrum of airgun models - power sources, stocks, calibers and manufacturers - it is initially difficult to assess which model will be consistent with our needs and expectations. As a rule, starting our adventure with pneumatic shooting, we are looking for models with a strictly recreational purpose. Beginners, however, often pay attention to features that do not fully determine the value of an airgun. Of course, the personal taste of the shooter is very important, as you know, we largely buy with our eyes, and the satisfaction from buying will not be full if the air gun is not also visually attractive. That is why in this blog we will try to tell you what to pay attention to when buying your first rifle.
As we have recently mentioned on the blog ''Which air rifle for the beginner?'' There are so many types of airguns (types of propulsion, calibers, methods of tensioning) that a person unfamiliar with the subject may feel a bit confused. Therefore, we will try to explain a bit what it shoots and what will be necessary for it to shoot without problems.