Air Rifles / Guns
An air gun, or air rile, is a gun that fire projectiles pneumatically with compressed air or other gases that are pressurized without involving any chemical reactions, in contrast to a firearm, which pressurizes gases chemically by oxidation of combustible propellants that generates propulsive energy by breaking molecular bonds.
Both the long gun (air rifle) and handgun forms (air pistol) typically propel metallic projectiles that are either diabolo-shaped pellets or spherical shots called "BBs". Certain types of air guns (usually air rifles) may also propel darts or arrows.
The first air guns were developed as early as the 1500s, and have since been used in hunting, sporting, and warfare. Modern air guns use one of three types of power sources depending on the design: spring-piston, pneumatic, and bottled compressed gas (most commonly carbon dioxide).
- Our products can be sending Via Courier Service within 5 working days after your payment has been processed.
- You should pay your own for Courier Charge to the courier service
- The cost for 250 of the Large Bullets (Pellets) pack is Rs 2800.00
- The cost for 250 of the Small Bullets (Pellets) pack is Rs 1800.00
- Only Air Rifles can be sold in Sri Lanka and Air Pistols are not permitted to sell in Sri Lanka.
- Please note that you must have to train before you purchase these products. If you live in nearby our store you can come there. If you are living in a place far away from our stores, don't worry you can complete our online video training by contacting us.
- When you purchased an air gun/rifle from us, we are reporting and registering your purchasing details to the Ministry of Defence - Sri Lanka.
- When the law enforcement officers ask you to provide the proper documents for your air gun/rifle, please provide our bill with the firearms act No 22 of 1996 document. Keep these documents safe. If lost, please contact us.
- If you want to know more information and our consultation please contact us via 070 204 2691 or firstname.lastname@example.org