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bb guns ukBB guns or "soft air" guns have got to be one of the most fun "toys" I have come across in the last few years. You can have hours and hours of fun with these things! BB guns are just the coolest. Check out some of the photos below if you don't believe me! 

The photo below is me with my current favourite BB gun, it's a Walther P99, holds 12 shots and hurts like hell if you get hit at close range! It's fairly accurate if you use the "Powa" bb pellets.

I came across BB guns after a friend of mine mentioned he had one and had to explain to me just what he meant by a "soft air" gun. Basically they are spring loaded air guns that fire little plastic "BB" pellets. They can fire up to about 100m, although most bb guns tend to lose accuracy after about 30 foot or so, but that is enough power to have a lot of fun.

 
 
 
N.B. you must be 18 to purchase a bb gun in the UK.
If you're under 18, check our the "AirZooka" at the bottom of the page.
 
    Don't Forget, the bb guns below are available in the UK only.
If you're looking for a soft air gun or bb machine gun in the US then for almost 50 models of spring, gas and electric airsoft guns check out: -
 
 
 

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Before you look at the rest of the site I should point out that you have to be 18 in the UK to buy one, as they are covered by the laws regarding air pistols.

AND, although you can have a lot of fun, they should be treated with respect, as a BB shot to the eye is likely to blind you. So get some protective goggles, just in case, having a laugh with your mates is not worth losing your eyesight for!

Well, that's the serious bit done.

Enjoy the rest of the site..

 
     
 
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What are BB Guns?

Airsoft BB Guns are spring loaded air guns that fire little plastic "BB" pellets. They can fire up to about 100m, although most bb guns tend to lose accuracy after about 30 foot or so, but that is enough power to have a lot of fun.

They were first designed and marketed in the United States about thirty years ago. Intended for light entertainment rather than high-powered hunting, they featured a unique propulsion system which uses a small amount of air to shoot lightweight plastic pellets with impressive accuracy. The result was an attractive, safe, easy-to-use airgun, perfect for target practice or plinking with friends.

As the concept matured, a new line of rifles and pistols were developed to replicate some famous pistols and machine guns, such as the Magnum Revolver and the Uzi. The public response was massive and enthusiastic, drawing in hobbyists, collectors, and amateurs alike, and spreading as far as Italy and Japan.

This worldwide attention led to even greater heights of quality craftsmanship, a triple-play combination of realism, safety, and affordability, and today its products are used in fields ranging from professional firearm training to the movies.

They are ideal for improving your marksmanship, indoors or out, and having fun doing so.

 
       
 

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