Pellet Guns

An air gun (also called pellet gun) is any variety of projectile weapons that propels projectiles by means of compressed air or other gas, in contrast to firearms which use a propellant charge.

Both the rifle and pistol forms (air rifle and air pistol) typically fire metallic projectiles, either pellets or BBs, while certain types of air guns, usually rifles, can also fire darts or arrows.

Air guns are used for hunting, pest control, recreational shooting (commonly known as plinking), and competitive sports, such as the Olympic 10 m Air Rifle and 10 m Air Pistol events.

Field Target (FT) is a competitive form of target shooting in which the targets are knock-down metal silhouettes of animals, with a 'kill zone' cut out of the steel plate.