Second hand Air Rifle
Shooting is a popular sport amongst all ages, as long as you are careful and follow all safety guidelines it is also a very safe sport to participate in.
Buying your own air rifle (or air pistol) can be quite expensive, especially if you want one of the leading brands. There are also various accessories that you may also need like scopes, optics and obviously the ongoing cost of pellets.
Buying a second hand air rifle is the cheapest way of starting the sport.
Like with many goods a second hand Air Rifle can probably be found on ebay and better still you can register free.
Air Rifle Buying Tips
- Some Air Rifles are different for left handed players so ensure you get the right sort
- Don't purely base your purchase decision on brand look at other alternatives
- Just because a company makes good training shoes does not mean it makes good Air Rifles
- Always ensure any safety equipment is in perfect condition
- Air Rifle can vary so just because it is made by the same brand doesn't mean that it is exactly the same
- Initially try to borrow a Air Rifle to see if it is the sport for you
Air Rifle Selling Tips
The following sample adverts are based on those found in the classified section of various local newspapers. If you are thinking of putting your up for sale you can base your ad on any of the following.
Closing down sale, great prices
Closing Down Sale
All Air Rifles must go, will sell as cheap as chips
Nearly new and in perfect condition Air Rifle, no longer required
Sport Shop Closure
Closing down high street sports shop closing down sale
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