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Originally posted by facelift
This should be placed in the Hoax forum...
What's next..? A whiffle ball bat instead of a Louisville slugger...?
This is an embarrassment to this Forum...
Originally posted by pushmepullu
reply to post by ooYODAoo
uncle sam can go get #$^$ed . i dont know when they will start going door to door but i will have nothing for them to confiscate due to a recent burglary. i am a law abiding citizen, having said that when the government is no longer for the people, by the people we owe no alligence ,no respect ,no sympathy to anyone wearing tptb brand
however i would surrender my nephews bb gun
Originally posted by cdesigns
Co2 bottles aren't cheap and they only provide only a few good rounds before they lower the fps on the BB.
Originally posted by defcon5
Whatever the mechanism inside is only requires that small amount of effort to tension them up to well beyond what a normal “pump” BB gun can ever achieve. The only down side is that they are fairly expensive and can only hold a single pellet at a time.
Originally posted by SeenMyShare
reply to post by RickGrimes
break barrel gives it away, not to mention that the repeated "breaking" of the barrel loosens the barrel at the joint. A loose barrel has no accuracy whatsoever.
Break barrel air rifles are rifles that use a spring powerplant to compress and air chamber. To cock the gun you simply "break the barrel" down (it swings on a hinge), load the pellet and break the barrel back up into position. Break barrel air rifles are one of the most common air rifles on the market. They are affordable and can produce power from 600 FPS all the way up to 1500 FPS.
Simply stated, breakbarrel spring guns are the most difficult to control. They may be just as accurate as underlevers and sidelevers, but they’re almost always more sensitive to the movement of the gun when it fires. That’s not to say that sidelevers and underlevers are not sensitive; but in comparison to breakbarrels, they’re less sensitive.