Challenger Series

Tips for buying air rifles:

Challenger Pro Air Rifle

  • Choose the right caliber for the intended purpose.
  • Consider the power you need, not only the velocity listed.
  • There are different power plants available on today’s market and each one has its own unique considerations.

If you are looking for plinking fun in the backyard or target shooting, especially at distances under 50 yards, you might consider a .177 caliber air rifle. There are not only many options to choose from, but the pellets are very affordable. If you’re planning on stretching out the distance beyond 50 yards, consider .22 or .25 caliber options. These calibers are also good for shooting pests or small game, with .25 caliber being the better choice. While most websites, even ours, publish the velocity numbers in feet-per-second (FPS), this is only one factor to consider when purchasing an air rifle. High velocity does not mean better accuracy, and it doesn’t represent how powerful a rifle is – power depends on velocity and the weight of the pellet. Challenger Pro Air Rifle

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