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Air Rifle to improve shooting skill ???

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Unread 08-18-2011, 09:06 AM
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Re: Air Rifle to improve shooting skill ???

I would chose the springer. I have a Beeman R1 I have had since the mid 80's. It flat out shoots and the recoil is helpful to me in that it doesn't just sit there after the trigger squeeze. I use mine to shoot gophers in the yard and I get really upset when I miss because I know what the gun is capable of. Misses are my fault.
It teaches great technique. The trigger is very smooth and the recoil teaches good follow through.
Get a good scope and you can simulate your long range set up. I had one of the 22 bullet traps with the spinners in it so you could see your results.
Bottom line is they are a lot of fun and great practice. Also great to
Teach kids safe handling and effective shooting.
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    Unread 08-20-2011, 03:03 PM
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    Re: Air Rifle to improve shooting skill ???

    Thanks for all your input
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    Re: Air Rifle to improve shooting skill ???

    More than you'd ever want to know about air rifles: http://www.straightshooters.com/

    Where I bought mine years ago.
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