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Αποστολή από: gatos στις Ιούνιος 03, 2019, 10:12:16 μμ
The History Of Air Guns

Girandoni Air Rifle

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The pellet gun has a deep and rich history. Air rifles represent the oldest pneumatic technology. The oldest mechanical air gun is located in Livrustkammaren Museum, Stockholm. In the 17th century, science and technology developed well and people could produce air guns using a pump to fill up the air reservoir and give shots from 650 to 1000 FPS. The most famous example air guns of this period is the Girandoni Air Rifle. Compare to other primitive firearms, air rifles had superb advantages. Unlike matchlock muskets or muzzle-loading guns, air guns could shoot in wet weather and rains, with a higher speed. The shot gave less sound, no flash and no smoke which did not reveals the shooter’s position. In 1780s, a Tylorean watchmaker, mechanic and gunsmith named Bartholomaus Girandoni developed the Austrian 1780 model Windbuchse (“wind rifle” in German) which is also known as the Girandoni Air Rifle. This air rifle use two .51 calibers in a magazine, which can penetrate a 1” wooden board at 100 paces. This invention clearly had a huge effect on warfare at that time.

The famous captain Lewis used a .31 pneumatic pellet rifle made in Philadelphia in the Lewis and Clark expedition (1804). This pellet guns could shot 22 times per minute. The Indian tribes at that time referred this weapon as the “smokeless bolt of thunder”.




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Lewis and Clark expedition (1804)

In the East, the Japanese inventor Kunimoto Ikkansai produced an air rifle model based on Dutch models.




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Kunitomo Air Rifle (1820-1830)

Circa 1890s, air rifles competitive target shooting was very popular in Great Britain with more than 4000 clubs and associations.

After the World War II, air guns once again became more and more popular. Pellet guns at that time was designed mainly for hunting. Nowadays, the use of pellet guns are expanded such as hunting, pest control, plinking and competitive sports. Olympic Games had the first air guns shooting competition in 1984. The joy of owning and using the best airgun is now not limited to anyone but become and worldwide interest. The modern technology have made the air rifles to a whole new level, vast in both quantity and quality.

There are many variations of pellet rifles in the market now and that is a problem for people who need one. They come in many shapes and sizes, functions, ability and complicated numbers that may confuse the beginners. The best air gun’s caliber is the one does their right task: ask yourself whether the chosen caliber type is used for plinking, practicing or hunting.

At our site, everything will be broken down to make it simple and easy to get. If you are a veteran then skip down to our table list to choose the top air rifle for you. Think of them as a tool and you will see there are some main factors that make them the best or the worst air rifle gun ever. The key points are the caliber size, the power plant and the love/hate affair of velocity, energy and accuracy. Understanding all aspects will help you choose the best pellet gun that you always dream for. The most powerful air rifle is also be able to handle big games, too.




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