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How to Be a Marksman Year-Round For Less!
Shooting an air rifle is a great hobby to keep your marksman skills sharp. While shooting .22 caliber ammo can chew through your wallet quicker than a honey badger, air rifle pellets are about as cheap as they come. There is nothing quite like picking up a heavy rifle and putting a few rounds through the center of your target. An air rifle can let you do this any time of year, in any weather, and for not a lot of upkeep cost. We aren’t talking about the pump action Daisy you grew up with or the airsoft guns the kids down the street play with. These are match grade competition shooting air rifles we are talking about, and how you can use one to become an excellent shot. If you get good enough, you could even make something of yourself and be an Olympic champion. That’s right- 10 meter air rifle is a summer Olympic sport!
Learn a few of the nuances of air rifles from our resident ‘air rifle expert.’ He lays out what types of air rifles are the best, how to save some money getting into the sport, and some other facts about the little known sport. Check out his article below:
Stephen "Rusty" Gold from trueprepper.com is a manufacturing engineer by day, but a prepper 24/7. He is an Air Force veteran that developed emergency and disaster plans as an emergency manager. He also responded to many attacks and accidents as a HAZMAT technician. From aircraft crashes and typhoons to live Vx nerve gas and earthquakes, he has lived a good share of it hitting the fan. TruePrepper was developed to share a prepping resource grounded in risk analysis.
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