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Air rifles make great target guns and small game hunting tools. Some pellet guns are whisper quiet and offer a tremendous pest control option and a great way to protect your garden. Many serious preppers consider a good air rifle a necessity in their bug-out bags. Umarex Airguns and UmarexUSA.com offers the best air rifles for hunting and survival situations. While fancy high-end pellet rifles may have the looks and power, what you really need when SHTF is a reliable Umarex air rifle, Walther pellet gun, or Ruger pellet rifle. Consider a high pressure air rifle (PCP) like the .25 caliber Umarex Gauntlet combined with a ReadyAir airgun compressor for long-term survival and small game hunting. Or an always-at-the-ready Umarex Octane or .22 caliber Ruger Yukon Magnum to put meals on the table. If you're a meateater go from wilderness to table with Umarex Pellet Rifles.

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The 16 Best Air Guns of 2021

Written By Joseph Albanese

Published Feb. 4, 2021

By: Joseph Albanese

Follow our full coverage of the best new hunting and shooting gear of 2021, including rifles, handguns, shotguns, ammunition, compound bows, crossbows, and more.

Air guns fill many niches. Kids can learn firearm safety using a BB gun before stepping up to the real thing; some use pellet rifles to hunt without breaking local firearm-discharge ordinances; and an air gun can be a simple pest-control tool, or a serious arm for competition. The market has something for everyone, and prices that range from easily affordable to those that require a small bank loan.

Best Air Guns of 2021

As with so many things this year, the introduction of new air guns for 2021 was slowed by COVID-19. So what follows is a list of both the best air rifles and pistols introduced this year, and the best air guns introduced in 2020 that are still in each company’s 2021 lineup.

1. Stoeger S8000-E TAC Suppressed Airgun

Stoeger introduced their first air gun last year, a precharged pneumatic model with enough juice for small-game hunting. For 2021, Stoeger is expanding their line up with the introduction of a new air rifle that utilizes a pneumatic piston. The S8000-E TAC is available in both .177 and .22 calibers, delivering pellets up to 1,200 and 1,000 fps respectively. Cocking the barrel compresses Stoeger’s Gas-Ram system, which delivers consistent performance without the drop in velocity that accompanies aging springs. The gas system also eliminates the noise and shock the spring creates as it comes to an abrupt stop. To further reduce sound, the S8000-E TAC is fitted with an Airflow Control (AFC) suppressor that combines an internal air-regulator ring and baffles that slowly bleeds off air pressure. The synthetic stock features integrated Picatinny rails on both sides of the forend for mounting accessories such as lights for pest control after dark. Check prices here.

2. UMAREX USA Prepared 2 Protect HDP 50 Less-Than-Lethal Pepper Ball Air Pistol

One of the reasons air guns are so popular is that they often aren’t subject to the same laws that regulate firearms. Umarex is bringing this advantage to the self-defense market with the introduction of the Prepared 2 Protect HDP 50 Pepper Ball Air Pistol. This 12-gram CO2 cylinder-powered pistol fires .50 caliber pepper, powder, and rubber rounds to provide less-than-lethal self-defense options. Because the pepper-filled capsules are launched at 350 fps, they are effective at up to twice the distance as traditional sprays. The HDP 50 features a quick-piercing CO2 system that pressurizes the pistol in an instant, but doesn’t allow the cylinder to leak down over time to where there’s not enough oomph when you need it. An internal magazine houses six rounds at the ready. A ready-to-fire indicator is located where you might expect to find one on a striker-fired pistol, letting you know when it’s ready to go. The bottom-mounted accessory rail allows for the installation of lights or lasers. Check availability here.

3. LCS Air Arms SK-19 Automatic Air Rifle

Because of their complexity, there are few semi-auto airguns, and even fewer capable of full-auto fire. But consumer demand drives the market, and more are cropping up each year. One of the newest additions is the SK-19 from LCS Air Arms, which offers select-fire capability in both .22 or .25 caliber. The massive magazine holds 19 pellets, which you can send downrange at an impressive rate (19 pellets in less than 3 seconds) or switch to semi and take more measured shots. Pellets are delivered accurately at whatever rate you choose, thanks to the precision Lothar-Walther barrel. The tunable, regulated action can be dialed in quickly using the easy-to-access regulator knob and power wheel. Two separate gauges indicate pressure at the regulator and in the 480cc removable carbon fiber tank so you can tell how fast the pellets are moving and how much fun you have left at a glance. A carbon-fiber shroud and silencer surround the barrel to bring the sound signature down. Performance comes at a cost, so expect to pay handsomely for all of this American-madeinnovation. $2,189; lcsairarms.com

4. Diana 54 Airking Pro Laminated Air Rifle

5. Air Venturi Springfield Armory XD-E BB Pistol

This new BB Pistol from Air Venturi is designed to mimic the feel of Springfield Armory’s popular XD-E centerfire pistol, complete with blow-back action to simulate recoil. Many details from the original are present, including the Grip Zone texturing and functional takedown lever, making this an ideal trainer. The magazine of the replica houses both the 12-gram CO2 cartridge and 18 BBs, making loading similar to the real deal. It even features an accessory rail so you practice with the same light or laser you typically carry. The windage-adjustable red fiber-optic front sight and fixed two-dot rear offer an excellent sight picture for a BB gun. An ambidextrous safety, magazine release, and front and rear slide serrations make manipulating the XDE BB Pistol easy. Spare magazines will be available, so you can practice reloads as well. It only pushes steel BBs at 380 fps, however, so this one is reserved for paper punching and can duty only.

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Hatsan PileDriver

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The PileDriver is currently the world’s most powerful production air rifle. Hatsan Airguns USA

The newly introduced Hatsan PileDriver delivers a .50 caliber pellet at 850 fps for energy in excess of 800 foot-pounds—dethroning the AirForce Texan to take the title of world’s most powerful air rifle among factory-produced guns. That’s more than enough power to drop a deer or hog with a well-placed shot. Filling the attached reservoir to 4,300 psi will propel up to five pellets at full-charge, allowing for follow up shots if needed. Only a handful of states permit hunting big game with an air gun now, but most allow the taking of small game and varmints like coyotes. The bullpup stock keeps overall length down despite the 33-inch barrel, and features an adjustable cheek rest and buttpad. And the two-stage adjustable trigger breaks cleaner than one would expect on a hunting air gun. The Pile Driver will also be available in .45 caliber, throwing the smaller pellets about 50 fps faster and allowing for six shots before power drops off. Check availability from Airgun Depot here.

7. Benjamin Marauder Semi-Automatic PCP

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The Benjamin Marauder

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The Benjamin Marauder uses excess air from each shot to cycle the action and load a new pellet into the chamber. Crosman

In a gas-operated semiauto firearm, excess gasses from the combustion of a round are siphoned off and used to cycle the action. But no ignition takes place inside an air gun, making engineering an autoloader difficult. As a result, there are very few semi-automatic air guns on the market. However, Benjamin devised a way to recycle some of the compressed air used to propel a shot back into the action. The Benjamin Marauder makes for a semiauto air rifle with faster follow up shots than most of the competition, which is a boon for hunters and a blast for plinkers. To use, throw in a 10-shot magazine and pull the AR-style charging handle. The on-board tank can be filled to 3,000 psi, giving you about 60 shots and pushing a .22-caliber pellet 950 fps with 29 foot-pounds of energy—plenty of power for squirrels, rabbits, and other small game. The Marauder Semi features a wood stock with an adjustable comb for an excellent cheek weld, and the receiver wears a Picatinny rail so you can easily mount any optic you’d like.

8. Winchester Air Rifles Model 12 Pump-Action BB Gun

Now your kids can learn gun safety on a platform that looks a heck of a lot like your favorite shotgun. Daisy lent Winchester their experience building air guns to help produce a pump-action facsimile of the famed Model 12. Just like the iconic scattergun, each shot requires a pump to load a BB into the chamber which will help develop muscle memory for when your kid moves up to his own shotgun. BBs are fed from a 12-round spring-loaded magazine, and the onboard storage holds another 250 or so in reserve. A cross-bolt safety is located in front of the trigger guard, which will also help with familiarization. Length of pull might be a little long for junior, at 14 inches, but they’ll grow into it. The Model 12 Pump BB gun only produces about 350 fps of velocity, so it’s strictly a backyard plinker.

9. Air Venturi Avenger

The Air Venturi Avenger is an affordable PCP gun that has one notable feature missing from other air guns in this price range: An adjustable regulator. The easily adjustable external regulator valve allows you to change the pressure of each shot on the fly. This means you can turn up the velocity for long shots or lower it so you don’t damage property with an errant shot or a pass-through when dealing with pests. Dual gauges let you keep track of pressure; the gauge on the right side indicates shot pressure, the left fill. And there is a side lever to actuate the magazine and load the chamber for rapid follow up shots. The fully-shrouded barrel helps keep noise down so you don’t annoy the neighbors—or scare off the other pigeons in the milking parlor. The Avenger is available in .177, .22, and .25 calibers.

10. Umarex AirSaber and AirJavelin

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Umarex AirSaber and AirJavelin

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Airbows, like the Umarex AirSaber, can be used to hunt varmints in many states, and some allow them for deer hunting as well. Umarex USA

Benjamin rolled out the first pneumatic arrow flicker when it introduced the Pioneer Airbow in 2016. It took some time for other companies to catch on, but we’re starting to see entries in this unique category from more makers. Two of these are the AirSaber and AirJavelin from Umarex. The AirSaber is the more powerful of the pair, launching arrows at velocities up to 480 fps with 178 foot-pounds of energy. That’s enough power to take big game. Ten or so states already allow deer hunting with air-archery implements and many more let you pursue predators and varmints. The AirSaber uses specially designed arrows to deal with the air pressure, but you can still use your favorite mechanical or fixed-blade broadhead. The AirJavelin is designed for plinking, as it tosses arrows at only 300 fps with 34 foot-pounds of energy. A single 88-gram CO2 cylinder provides enough power to shoot dozens of arrows, and an adapter is available that will allow you to use two standard 12-gram CO2 cylinders instead. Make sure you also get extra arrows, too.

11. Air Venturi M1A Air Rifle

One of the great things about air guns is the wide variety of firearm replicas available. And one example of that is the Springfield Armory M1A Underlever from Air Venturi. Through an exclusive licensing deal, Air Venturi has secured the rights to reproduce the M1A, and they managed to replicate the look and heft of the iconic rifle. Propulsion is provided by a unique underlever system: If you need added leverage to complete the stroke, the cocking arm telescopes to give you more of a mechanical advantage. The powerful spring drives a .177 pellet at 1,000 fps, and the .22 caliber version moves at 800 fps. Loading is simple, thanks to a unique sliding breech system. Sighting is accomplished by the blade front and adjustable rear, though the gun appears to be drilled and tapped to accept an M1A scope mount. $199;

12. Hatsan FlashPup SYN Quiet Energy

The original Hatsan Flashpup is favorite of small game air-gunners for stalking bushytails, so I was excited to see a new synthetic version being released at this year’s SHOT Show. The adjustable bullpup stock ditches hardwood for polymer to resist the effects of wet weather, yet it retains all the other features that made the original so popular. The side-cocking lever combines with a self-indexing magazine to make cycling the rifle easier than traditional bolt-action air guns. When fully charged, this PCP rifle delivers velocities of about 1,250 fps with 40 foot-pounds of energy—plenty for small game. A match-grade two-stage adjustable trigger helps you put shots where you want them, and Hatsan’s patented QuietEnergy shrouded barrel reduces report by up to 50 percent, keeping the neighbors happy. You can pick up the new FlashPup SYN QE in .177, .22, and .25 caliber. Check prices here.

13. Umarex Legends M1A1

Another great reproduction is the Legends M1A1 from Umarex. This full-auto replica of the Thompson submachine gun spews BBs at an unbelievable rate of fire. The Legends M1A1 features a blowback action, complete with a reciprocating bolt handle similar to the one found on the original Tommy Gun. And, tipping the scales at about eight pounds, it weighs about the same, too. The magazine holds 30 BBs and houses two 12-gram CO2 cylinders. Reloading is a breeze, but you’ll probably want to pick up a few extra mags, because they empty quickly.

14. Diana 34 EMS Series

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Diana 34 EMS Series

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This classic spring-powered air gun got an update this year with a range of customizable options. Diana Air guns

You’re probably familiar with the Diana 34 break-barrel spring/piston air rifle. They’ve been in production for about 36 years, with few changes until now. This year Diana added the Easy Modular System, or EMS, to bring the 34 more in line with current airgun tech. This single-shot spring gun is available in both wood and synthetic stocks, and has the ability to swap barrels so one receiver can be used to propel both .177 and .22 caliber pellets. The business end has lots of interchangeable options, too, including a fiber optic bead, a tunnel sight, and a muzzle brake that is said to improve accuracy by altering barrel harmonics. Interchangeable rear sight choices also include fiber optic models. But perhaps the biggest improvement is the two-piece cocking lever that reduces the effort needed to charge the gun. Lastly, a shim kit is included to correct the droop that can occur as the spring gets worn, and you can swap the spring/piston unit for one of Diana’s N-TEC gas rams if you choose. Check prices here.

15. Beeman PCP Under Lever

Bullpup stocks are great because they put a full-length barrel in a shorter overall package that is easier to maneuver, but manipulating the controls can be difficult because they are shifted so far rearward. To combat this, Beeman created an action that allows a shooter to load a pellet and cock the rifle with a lever located under the forend. This provides faster follow up shots because you don’t need to lift your head off the stock to work the action, and the 10-shot rotary magazine gives you plenty of chances. The relatively low pressure fill of 2,000 psi delivers up to 1,000 fps in .177 and 830 fps in .22. Shop the Beeman Under Lever PCP here.

16. Rapid Air Weapons HM 1000x LRT Chassis Rifle

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Rapid Air Weapons HM1000x LRT Chassis Rifle

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This super-accurate PCP air rifle will shoot sub-MOA groups at 100 yards. Rapid Air Weapons

Chassis rifles have worked their way into air-gunning, and the HM 1000x LRT from Rapid Air Weapons (RAW) is evidence of that. RAW claims the LRT is the most accurate pre-charged pneumatic air rifle built in the U.S., delivering sub-MOA groups at 100 yards. The competition-proven HM 1000x receiver is tuned to ensure consistent shot strings with 50 foot-pounds of muzzle energy in .22 and 60 foot-pounds in .25 caliber. The LR is fitted with a polygonal-rifled Lothar Walther barrel finished with a carbon fiber barrel sleeve and integral carbon fiber moderator, all of which is tested for accuracy before it leaves RAW. There is a 12-shot rotary magazine and a smooth side-lever cocking mechanism so you can concentrate on shooting, not loading. The ambidextrous chassis features a pistol grip, adjustable cheek rest, and an adjustable spring-loaded butt pad for a custom fit. Check availability here.

Read Next: Best Air Rifles for Squirrel Hunting

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Magnum Air Rifle

Rrr (Recoil Reducing Rail)

Gamo, pioneering the latest in gun technology, delivers the groundbreaking Triple R. Developed to subdue the taxing stresses placed on your scope from the intense recoil of air guns and high-powered rifles. The Recoil Reducing Rail uses, patent pending, two-piece aluminum construction separated by dual polymer struts to absorb the shockwaves generated by the recoil. Once mounted to the Recoil Reducing Rail, the recoil stresses to internal components of the scope are reduced by almost 100%.

Igt (Inert Gas Technology) Mach 1

Gamo launches forward with their latest propulsion system – the IGT MACH1. Based off the groundbreaking IGT platform, the MACH 1 replaces the standard spring powerplant with an Inert Gas Cylinder. But the IGT Mach 1’s monster 33 millimeter cylinder delivers more Velocity and Terminal Penetration. Not to mention smooth and consistent cocking efforts with contact power delivered to any pellet you fire. If you want: More Precision, Less Vibration, And True Knock Down Power make sure your next Gamo has the IGT MACH 1 inside.

Cat (Custom Action Trigger)

Gamo air file owners are now able to independently adjust the 1st and second stages of their trigger. Simply loosen the 1st stage adjustment screw and the trigger travel increases. If a shorter travel length is desired just tighten the same screw to decrease the 1st Stage travel length. The 2nd Stage Adjustment is made just as easily - unscrew the adjustment setting to increase the 2nd Stage travel length or decrease it by screwing in the same adjustment point.

Warranty - Made In Spain

Gamo rifles have been produced in Barcelona, Spain for 60 years. We carry exhaustive quality control procedures that makes us trust in our products and offer a warranty of 5 Years.

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The higher the velocity, the more powerful the rifle. While this statement isn’t always true, it is good advice when you are considering an air rifle. You also have to consider the type of pellet you are using, remembering that lead pellets have a lower fps than alloy pellets. If you choose an air rifle that can break the sound barrier and produce fps over 1300, you will have the power you need for pretty much anything. You just change up the type of pellets you use, and a super powered short range turns into an accurate long distance flier.

Ruger Air Magnum Air Rifle



The Ruger Air Magnum combo comes in 2 calibers, the .177 that tops 1400 fps with alloy and 1200 fps with lead pellets, and the .22 that tops 1200 fps with alloy and 1000 fps with lead pellets. It is a single shot, break barrel with a spring piston. It comes standard with a weaver scope rail, fiber optic sights and a 4×32 scope. The stock is all-weather synthetic and it has a rubber recoil pad. The stock is Ambi Monte Carlo so can be used equally by right or left-handed shooters. This is a big, fairly heavy rifle, weighing in at 9.5 lbs and 48.5″ long, and has a cocking effort of 42lbs. Cocking this gun has given some people problems, but most seem to be okay with it. It is not the quietest air rifle, the neighbors will hear the shot, but it isn’t loud enough to hurt your ears.
VelocitySizePower
Source
CaliberPellet
Capacity
BB
Reservoir
Up to 1400 FPSWeight: 9.5 Pounds
Length: 48.5 Inches
Spring-Piston.22, .177Single ShotN/A

Benjamin Trail NP XL Air Rifle



The Benjamin Trail NP XL air rifle is a beast of a rifle. It comes in 3 calibers, .25, .22, and the .177 which tops a whopping 1500 fps velocity with lead-free pellets. It generates up to 28 ft-lbs muzzle energy. It comes with a Crosman Nitro gas piston instead of a spring piston. This allows for smoother cocking, better performance in colder weather, and eliminates spring fatigue if gun is left cocked. It has a hardwood thumbhole stock, and sling swivel studs come mounted. It is ambidextrious with twin cheek rests in place and a ventilated recoil pad. A 3-9×40 AO scope comes with this rifle but is unmounted. With the rifle mounted, this gun weighs 9.7lbs and is 48.25″ long with 47lbs cocking effort. While this gun will elicit the ‘crack’ from the sound barrier if broken, it is quieter than many other rifles in its class. It is advertised as up to 70% quieter than other models.
VelocitySizePower
Source
CaliberPellet CapacityBB Resevoir
Up to 100 FPSWeight: 9.7 Pounds
Length: 48.25 Inches
Gas Piston.177, .22, .25Single ShotN/A

Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper IGT Air RIfle



The Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper IGT air rifle is the signature creation between Michael Waddell and Travis Turnerfrom the Bone Collector TV show. It comes in .22 and .177 calibers with a top fps of 1300 alloy for the .177. It has a rugged, all-weather synthetic green stock with the Bone Collector logo imbedded. It has a Shockwave rubber recoil pad, which advertises up to 74% more absorption of recoil, and ambi rubber cheek rests. It also has a textured forearm and pistol grip. This is a single shot breakbarrel rifle with an IGT gas piston, so it offers the benefits of gas technology over a metal mainspring. The trigger is a newly designed Smooth Action Trigger that eliminates the need to replace the Gamo trigger with an aftermarket setup.It has an 11mm optics dovetail, and comes with a 4×32 scope, but it does not have open sights. As an extra perk, it comes with 50 rounds of PBA ammo.
VelocitySizePower
Source
CaliberPellet
Capacity
BB
Reservoir
Up to 1300 FPSWeight: 5.95 Pounds
Length: 43.75 Inches
Gas-Piston.22, .177Single ShotN/A

These rifles are ideal for small-game hunting, and are used extensively in suburbia. A raccoon is a little tougher than a squirrel or a possum, so more accuracy is needed there, but overall they are wonderful for pest control. They are also used by competition shooters, and a good way to practice target shooting. They are generally quieter than a traditional firearm, so ideal for parent-child backyard target practice. Some will make more noise than others, especially if it breaks the sound barrier, but the sound doesn’t carry like a firearm.

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