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BB guns are a type of air gun designed to fire spherical metal projectiles similar to shot pellets of approximately the same size. Modern BB guns usually have a barrel with a bore caliber of 4.5 mm (0.177 in) and are available in many varieties. These guns usually use steel BB shots, plated either with zinc or copper to resist corrosion, and measure 4.3 to 4.4 mm (0.171 to 0.173 in) in diameter and 0.33 to 0.35 g (5.1 to 5.4 gr) in weight. Some manufacturers still make lead balls around 0.48 to 0.50 g (7.4 to 7.7 gr) in weight and slightly larger in diameter, which are generally intended for use in rifled barrels.
The term "BB gun" is often incorrectly used to describe a pellet gun, which fires non-spherical projectiles. Although in many cases a steel BB can be fired in a pellet gun, pellets usually cannot be fired in a gun specifically designed for BBs. Similarly, the term is also often used incorrectly to address airsoft guns, which shoot plastic balls that are larger but much less dense.
-Took it out of the box to fondle/play with but never even fired it.
-Got it right before I got into real firearms to train because of realistic weight, blowback, SA/DA action, drawing/holstering, safety, etc. and of course lineage to James Bond 007 nostalgia
Awesome set for $35. Picked up two, probably will be sold out next month, so grab a few for the kids in your life and make sure they grow up voting pro 2a!
Umarex Glock 19 Gen. 3 CO2 BB Air Pistol
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Yours will be as pictured, new in packaging.
Fixed, Glock-style sights
Official Glock license and markings
Features Glock's distinctive DA trigger
Compact version of the standard size Glock 17
16rd BB capacity...
crosman 760B bb/pellet gun for sale. Comes with container of BB's. Has original box and paperwork. IS actually near new. Was only used a couple times. 25.00 OBO, will trade for 223/556, 762 or 22 ammo or AK related items such as magazines.
for those that don’t know I help coach the youth BB gun team in forest grove. Over the long weekend the team went back to Rodgers Arkansas for the national match. We placed 26th out of 63 teams. One of our young ladies took third in individual overall out of about 441 shooters. Not bad for...
So, this evening, me and the wife were talking over a great many things, on surprisingly disparate topics. Anyway, one is when to acquire a BB gun for our now five-year-old daughter. When I was five, my father bought me a Red Ryder and instructed me on the safety rules, including posting a...
Very nice condition legends c96 metal BB gun. Box is also in great shape. $75 takes both
P08 .177 cal Luger in good condition with some edge finish wear.
I will entertain trade offers for gun related stuff. Especially a bolt carrier group
I've been looking through an old copy of American Handgunner (Jan/Feb 1980). This looks like it may have been fun:
I only vaguely remember advertisements for freon-powered, full-auto, airguns. AFAIK, I never saw one in person. Out of curiosity, anyone play with these back in the day?