Start shooting right with the Model 105 Buck BB rifle. Suitable for shooters 10 and older (with adult supervision), this lever-action spring rifle is lightweight, easy to cock and durable. The engraved solid wood stock is just the right length for young shooters. BB's can fly out the steel barrel at up to 275-Feet Per Second (Never shoot BBs at hard objects), and there's plenty more where that came from. It holds 400 BB's. To help new shooters sight-in on their targets, the 105 Buck has a TruGlo fiber optic front sight and a fixed rear sight.This rifle is perfect for plinking, shooting paper targets and for training new shooters. Of course, more experienced shooters will want to shoot this rifle to visit times past when they owned their first Daisy lever-action. The owner's manual lists the maximum velocity as 350-Feet Per Second, but Daisy's website states that the max velocity is 275-Feet Per Second, which we believe is the actual velocity of the Buck 105. Model 105 Buck repeater holds 400 BBs and has TruGlo front sight and fixed rear sight. Lightweight and sized for younger shooters. This rifle is not designed for a scope.
The Trail NP Hardwood features a handsome, checkered, hardwood stock. The imposing 23 ft-lbs of muzzle energy provides 16% more downrange energy than .177 cal., and features velocities of up to 950 fps*. Benjamin Nitro Piston powered break barrels produce 70% less noise than spring powered airguns, and with smooth cocking effort, less recoil and less noise, a successful day of hunting is within reach. One simple cocking motion and your follow-up shots are fast, quiet and easy. Each Benjamin Trail NP break barrel comes with a 3-6x40mm CenterPoint precision scope, featuring an adjustable objective and range estimating reticle. The Trail NP air rifles feature a bull barrel, Picatinny mounting rail system, installed sling mounts and a ventilated rubber recoil pad.
Plinking, hunting, target shooting, spinners. That's what you can do with the RWS 48 air rifle! This sidelever spring-piston rifle is popular among airgunners who want affordable power and accuracy. All the members of one U.S. field target club use the RWS 48 exclusively! Be sure to use heavier pellets if you're shooting field target.... ...
A fine airgun for new shooters! Daisy's 840 Grizzly is a single-stroke pneumatic, which means it requires just one pump stroke to power the gun. The airgun is sized for shooters 10 and older (adult supervision required), and the easy pumping effort is geared toward younger folks. The 840 shoots either steel BBs (Never shoot BBs at metal objects) or .177 pellets. With a capacity of 350 BBs, this airgun is truly an all-day shooter. With BBs (350-Feet Per Second), it's a repeater. With pellets (330-Feet Per Second), it's a single-shot. It comes with a fiber optic front sight and an adjustable open rear sight. The receiver is made of tough engineering resin, which helps keep the gun lightweight. The MOBU camo synthetic stock has checkering to ensure a good, steady grip. The dovetail grooves in the receiver make it easy to install a scope or red dot sight. The 840 Grizzly is perfect for plinking, shooting paper targets and training new shooters.... You'll be shooting so much that you had better load up on BBs and pellets. This is a single-stroke pneumatic, which means you pump the lever only one time. A second pump stroke will remove the air the first stroke put in. A great starter rifle. Easy cocking effort, shoots BBs or .177 pellets.