Book Review: Air Rifles: A Buyer’s and Shooter’s Guide

I recently purchased a Crosman air rifle. I had never even held one before, but it seemed like the perfect option for some of my prepper friends who are not able to shoot a firearm. …

I recently purchased a Crosman air rifle. I had never even held one before, but it seemed like the perfect option for some of my prepper friends who are not able to shoot a firearm. When researching which rifle might be best for me, I found that there is no shortage of options on the market. There are so many choices out there and each has its own pros and cons. This guide will walk you through the features of four popular models and help you decide which is best suited for your needs!

1. What are the pros and cons of air rifles?

2. What type of pellets should you use with your rifle?

3. Do any of the reviews mention muzzle velocity, accuracy, or power?

4. Would this book be good for a beginner who has some shooting experience but not much technical knowledge?

I was not too familiar with air guns until I picked up a book called Air Rifle Shooting: Techniques, Tactics and Tips. The author of the novel shatter my preconceptions about what an air rifle is in just one chapter alone. From there he goes on to list other things that are different than how they appeared before, such as hunting for game at night or using it indoors without damaging furniture.

I’ll say from the outset that I’m less familiar with air guns than “traditional” guns – but this book has shattered all of my previous conceptions about them! It’s starting off by talking about some techniques like shooting when you’re going after animals during nighttime hours (or even right now!) Or if you want to shoot something inside your own

The air rifle has a rich history and variety of applications. From hunting to pest control, the use for an air rifle is practically limitless. It may be difficult to admit that it’s possible we will only have this option in America soon enough; regardless, here are some fun facts about these weapons!

Overview: The “air gun” as they’re called can come in many shapes and sizes from rifles which fire pellets or BBs up through large caliber handguns right on down to pellet pistols designed more like toys than deadly weaponry – but all share one common thread — their ammunition consists solely of compressed gas with no recoil (think tank-less ketchup). In fact you could say that if there were any recoiling firearms made by anyone

The Verdict is in. 

The history of the air rifle dates back to 1580 when Europe was a different place. The first one sat in Stockholm and now appears pristine, but during its time it eased hunting for boar and deer. Soon after early advanced versions were used by militaries engaged with wild game hunts as well- not something your average BB gun is capable of

However, today’s modern version has made appearances on TV shows such as Doomsday Preppers due to their versatility; they can replace guns in both military or survival scenarios just so long you have enough ammo from other sources like dry fire practice!

The air rifle, a weapon that surpasses the power of any bullet because it uses compressed gas to propel its ammo has become increasingly popular as gun control and ammunition prices increase. This book covers everything from CO2 powered guns to pre-charged pneumatics with more than 50 different types of projectiles for every type of user including beginners who want an easy way out in case they are caught up in some kind if calamity or emergency where bullets may be difficult to come by.

The book covers everything from sights, scopes and velocity to accuracy, range and targets. The author shares training tips as well as who is the best at making these shooting devices so you can find your perfect match!

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Tired of expensive ammo and the mess that comes with shooting guns in your backyard? The modern air rifle is a great, low-cost alternative for training. Author Markwith’s conversational yet informative writing style from his Survival Guns – A Beginner’s Guide holds true here too–this should be go to book for anyone thinking about buying an air rifle or anyone who shoots one!

I don’t care if you’re a beginner or an expert air rifleman, there’s something in this book that will help. There are informative tips and tricks for the novice all the way to advanced shooting skills listed inside these pages. My biggest complaint is that like Survival Guns (a similar publication by publishing company Paladin Press) which also features black-and-white images with helpful instructions on how to survive different scenarios, Airguns lacks colorfully illustrated lessons from start to finish—or at least those started before 1980! As much as I appreciate its readable writing style, it would be richer if they were accompanied with more detailed imagery illustrating what each page of written content was talking about since readers can’t always see every individual component mentioned


If you are new to air rifles, or even a moderate user there is something in this book for you. This would best serve the individual looking into buying an air rifle because with the purchase of this book upfront it can help save money many times over as well as allow users to choose and get more use out of their purchases.

It would be a shame if you didn’t know which things to like and dislike. 

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