airgun


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  • noun

Synonyms for airgun

a gun that propels a projectile by compressed air

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You see things like this at gun shows, so why not at airgun shows, too?
Approximately 50 percent of our airgun sales are being used for varmint control," Potter reports.
Competitors will compete based on airgun type: PCP or Springer.
Be aware, many jurisdictions frown on airgun shooting as much as firearm shooting, so check your local laws before you do any shooting within your city's limits.
Crosman is the exclusive world-wide licensee for Bushmaster airsoft, Marlin airguns and Marine Airsoft products and is the exclusive licensee of Nitro Piston Technology.
The new law, which comes into force on February 10, will leave owners who do not take steps to stop their airguns getting into the wrong hands open to prosecution.
AIRGUNS could be banned from Scotland's streets after an agreement between Westminster and Holyrood.
The minimum age for owning an airgun has risen from 17 to 18, mail-order sales have been banned and all retailers must now be registered.
THE attack on the kittens in Llanfigael you reported on August 28 is yet another example of the harm being caused by the irresponsible use of airguns.
It said in a statement: "The tragic shooting of the toddler Rashid Rullah highlights once again the terrible consequences of the 'boys' toys' culture surrounding airgun ownership.
In the 21st century, the question remains: How come there are such tight controls for pistols and shotguns, but any airgun can be propped up in the bedroom or kitchen?
SEAGULLS have been targeted by airgun yobs near Saltburn.
Vets found the male bird had numerous wounds from previous airgun and shotgun attacks.
By law no person under the age of 17 can have an airgun or ammunition with them at any time unless supervised by someone aged 21 or over.
A YOUNG boy was lucky not to be blinded after being shot in the head with an airgun.