Are you in the market to buy a new airgun? You do not have to look any further, from serious hunting to backyard plinking and high-level shooting, we have compiled a list of some of the best air rifles in the market that you can make a choice from.

Weihrauch HW100 K

Length: 96cm

Weight: 3.3kg with moderator

What it offers: These excellently finished pre-charged air rifles combine the rugged build quality with the refined performance, The HW100K features a simple, yet reliable and smooth, 14-shot magazine-fed firing system, that utilizes a silky side-lever mechanism for its operation. Among the specification includes a fully adjustable manual safety catch and a two-stage match trigger.

We like: The stock of the HW100 is fabricated from high0quality walnut and elaborated with some crusty chequering; an eye-appealing laminate model is also available. A 200BAR fill will have more than 50 full power shots returned, and the level of the air is displayed on a clearly marked gauge that is right in front of the cylinder.

Air Arms Pro Sport

Length: 105cm

Weight: 3.9kg (walnut)

What it offers: Just so it works smoothly, consistent shooting, and full power there are several features that were designed to work in synergy – a guide, balanced mainspring, and piston system, on bearing to assist in reducing the friction. The less energy expended to friction depicts reduced recoil, easier cocking, and higher efficiency.

We like: If you intend on having a quality air rifle that is free of compressed air tanks, charging connectors and one that is self-powered, this is the perfect choice for you

Walther Rotex MR8 Varmint

Length: 95cm

Weight: 3.8kg

What it offers: Regardless of the fact that it is manufactured in Germany, it has an English appearance. Its stock is of a sturdy plastic thumbhole. It is manufactured in 4.5 or 5.5 mm versions and it is with a muzzle energy of about 30 joules, it offers up to about 180 shots at 16 joules. It is packaged with an eight-shot metal rotary magazine. The Walther barrel is incorporated with a ½” UNF muzzle thread, which is for nothing other than mounting a silencer.

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