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MULTI-FUNCTIONAL BELT HOLSTER
SPEED LOADER FOR AIR GUNS
SPEED LOADER FOR REVOLVERS
In this Classic Legends Airguns comparison video I look at a number of different Classic or Legendary BB Airguns and compare them to each other to determine which one I personally feel is the best . My final choices are of course based on my own personal opinion and in this video I end up picking two as they where kind of each in their own class.
SMG will be at the 2017 Shot Show, January 17-20 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Gletcher M1944 BB rifle is a real, stand-out unique airgun in the current market. For some people, it's the best thing since sliced bananas. Others will wonder what the fuss is about.
The Gletcher NGT R like the BB shooting NGT is a fairly small air revolver and so pretty much anyone should be able to shoot this air revolver even if you have smaller hands, I did find that pre-cocking the hammer for single action shooting was a bit of a stretch when reaching over with the thumb, but you can just as easily shoot in double action, both trigger pulls are nice and light with the double action being a bit longer and heavier.
This .177 air rifle is a remarkable reproduction of a full sized Mosin-Nagant. It also shoots great, and you get over 100 shots per cartridge.
SMG will be at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings, May 19-22nd at the Kentucky Exposition Center Lobby in Louisville, Kentucky.
Most of us don’t get to the range as often as we’d like to or should. Few of us live where we can just step outside and shoot. Even when we do get to the range, restrictions often limit our training. And then there’s the cost ammo isn’t cheap...
date: Sep 10 2015
Meet the air gun replicas of some of the most iconic sidearms in military history!
It’s hard to imagine that these different guns from different eras, even from different centuries, all came together in one time period, but during World War II this unlikely convergence of arms did in fact take place. Even today, after more than 70 years, there remains an almost inexplicable attraction to these assorted military revolvers and pistols.
Aside from the Colt Model 1911, most are of foreign origin, including the Broomhandle Mauser; the British Empire’s venerated .455-caliber Webley Mk VI revolver; the Belgian-designed Nagant seven-shot revolver carried by Russian soldiers in two World Wars; the 7.62mm Tokarev TT semi-automatic that succeeded it; and, lest we forget, two of Germany’s most famous WWII sidearms, the Luger P.08 Parabellum and the Walther P.38. These have all been faithfully recreated today as high-quality, .177-caliber air pistols.
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Gletcher air guns resemble high–powered cartridge firing weapons. Many people, including trained and experienced law enforcement officers may not be able to distinguish a Gletcher pneumatic gun from a lethal weapon and /or may assume incorrectly that it is a cartridge firing weapon. You must be aware of this and remain extremely circumspect whenever you are carrying this air gun within the view of others. You should also be aware that in many jurisdictions it is unlawful to brandish a weapon and /or cause apprehension in others that you are brandishing a weapon. Be polite, courteous, cautious, and conscientious whenever you are using or carrying this product.