Airsoft Air Guns & BB/Pellet Guns at Kames
WHICH GUN OR RIFLE
IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
- TEAM SPORTS
- Spring, co2, gas, or batteries
- Practice safe gun handling
- Target shooting
- Concealed carry
- Use plastic bb’s
- Greater velocity
- Lead, alloy, or steel projectiles
- Spring, air, or co2
- Target shooting
- Pest control
- Small game hunting
The old adage of ‘you get what you pay for’ is very true in both types of guns. You can start for under $20, and based upon your experience, you may spend hundreds or more on either style of guns. BB/pellet guns are a little more simple in terms of steps to operate them.
Both airsoft and bb/pellet guns can provide an immense amount of enjoyment for you. The correct choice depends ultimately on your preference or needs. Please feel free to give us a call at 330-499-4558 if you have any questions – our hunting department associates are here to help!
ABOUT AIRSOFT GUNS
Airsoft utilizes plastic bb’s as ammunition. Airsoft guns can be powered/operated by either a spring, co2, gas, or batteries. Airsoft guns can be used as training aides for anything from safe gun handling, target shooting, plus military, law enforcement, and concealed carry training, because of its realism to its more powerful counterparts. Most folks can go to their back yards and shoot an airsoft gun.
Airsoft is also played as the new version of paintball – teams are formed, and they eliminate opponents to accomplish goals or missions. We think that’s pretty cool!
BB & PELLET GUNS
BB and pellet guns use lead, alloy, or steel projectiles to shoot at targets. Both guns can be powered by a spring, air, or co2. Pellet guns are used for target shooting, pest control, small game hunting. There are various models, with some appropriate for target shooting only, others capable for hunting or targeting.
Consumers need to check local laws to determine if they’re able to shoot airguns or BB/pellet guns on their properties. As towns/cities grow in population, more houses are in closer proximity to one another. For instance, within the Canton city limits, you aren’t legally allowed to shoot bb/pellet guns.
In terms of power, pellet rifles have a far greater velocity potential. Accuracy in either airsoft or bb/pellet guns is based on the quality of the gun, the ammo, and of course, the shooters abilities.