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Airgun Scopes, Air Rifle Scopes, Pellet Gun Scopes

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Q&A:

rushfreak01 asked easiest way to sight a scope on a pellet gun?

What is the easiest way to sight a pellet gun (.177 cal) at a distance of about 60 feet? I can hit basically anything i want with the hard sights, but the scope is fun every now and then. Thanks.

And got the following answer:

A step by step guide to sighting in your air rifle scope.
http://www.pyramydair.com/site/articles/scopes-part3

Air rifle scopes only
http://www.beeman.com/scopes.htm
http://www.airgundepot.com/air-rifle-scopes-overview.html

Air rifles tend to be very particular about the pellets they prefer, if you want to get the most out of your rifle, once you have it sighted in. Get several types* of high quality pellets and see which are the most accurate. Beeman, RWS, JSB, H&N are all excellent, RWS has a sample pack with 5 of their most popular pellets.

*Dome, Pointed, etc & different weights(gr).

I would not go with flat(match) pellets unless you only intend to shoot at targets(10 meters). If you do want match pellets, IMO the best are Meisterkugeln

If you’re sighting in a spring piston air rifle you are much better off using a rolled up towel rather than sandbags or any type of solid rest. Find the balance point of your rifle and place that point on the towel. Your rifle should only lightly touch your shoulder.

“Hold” is very important when shooting spring piston airguns. If you try to put the “death grip” on one you will ruin it’s accuracy. For the right handed shooter, find the balance point of your rifle with your left hand. Do not grip the forearm or your rifle, it should rest in the palm of your hand. The butt of the rifle should be held as lightly as possible against the shoulder while still maintaining stability. After that it’s the same as with a regular firearm. sight picture, control your breathing, trigger squeeze.

Musky M asked How to mount a scope to a pellet gun?

I recently bought a 4×32 Swiss army scope for my Diana 32 T05 pellet gun. Thats all I have. is that all I need? it seems near impossible to mount? so I need scope rings? or something like that? thanks!

And got the following answer:

If you only have the air rifle and the scope you`ll need mounts….a two piece or a one piece. I find the one piece 3 or 4 bolt mount holds the scope more secure. You don`t really need a stop-bolt to have the mount secured (It might help though)…..a few of my hard recoil air rifles didn`t come with a stop mount hole….but the one piece mount are still holding firmly (After over 3000+ shots).

An airgun-rated scope is a plus…..if your air rifle have a strong recoil….than it is a MUST.

Not You asked Is it legal to use a pellet gun to kill squirrels in a residential neighborhood?

in Texas? Would I need a hunting license?

They are chewing on my house & trying to get in in several places. I bought a live trap and baited it with peanut butter & they wont go near it.

Whats a good pellet gun for that & is a scope worth the extra $? Would a pellet penetrate my asphalt shingle roof if I miss?

What else can I do, just let them get into my attic?
Its not public land its my land.

And got the following answer:

Who cares if its legal. If they are chewing on your house, I would just do it anyway. There is no need for you to participate in the government’s unconstitutional efforts to tell you how to hunt.

Jeremiah is right (about the .22). It would be good if you got a .22 rifle and .22 lr hollow points. They will not over-penetrate.

Musky M asked How to mount a scope to a pellet gun?

I recently bought a 4×32 Swiss army scope for my Diana 32 T05 pellet gun. Thats all I have. is that all I need? it seems near impossible to mount? so I need scope rings? or something like that? thanks!

And got the following answer:

If you only have the air rifle and the scope you`ll need mounts….a two piece or a one piece. I find the one piece 3 or 4 bolt mount holds the scope more secure. You don`t really need a stop-bolt to have the mount secured (It might help though)…..a few of my hard recoil air rifles didn`t come with a stop mount hole….but the one piece mount are still holding firmly (After over 3000+ shots).

An airgun-rated scope is a plus…..if your air rifle have a strong recoil….than it is a MUST.

anonymous a asked What will fit on these sight rails on my pellet gun?

I have a ceap pellet gun that I got at a fair. The sight rails on top of the gun are just two skinny grooves about an inch apart from each other. I had a scope for the gun. The scope almost fit, but not quite. What kind of scope will fit onto the grooves?

And got the following answer:

If it’s a spring piston air rifle then you should put an airgun scope on it, not a firearms scope.
http://www.beeman.com/scopes.htm
http://www.airgundepot.com/air-rifle-scopes-overview.html

Airgun scopes are also parallax adjusted for airgun use. The effect of parallax is greater, the closer an object is to you, so this is important.
http://www.pyramydair.com/site/articles/scopes-part1
http://www.pyramydair.com/site/articles/ao-meaning

Airgun scopes
http://www.pyramydair.com/cgi-bin/show.pl?group_id=26&cmd_accessories=1

“doug” would be correct, if you have a dovetail or rail mount, either way, air rifles generally use 11mm(3/8 inch) rings.

Depending on your rifle this one might be a good choice.
The CenterPoint AR22 4×32 $27.99
http://www.pyramydair.com/cgi-bin/accessory.pl?accessory_id=1661

Carl asked what is a good thing to shoot at with my pellet gun?

(pellet gun rifle with scope not a very good one like 4X16) i usually shoot well garbage milk carton and things what do you shoot at?

And got the following answer:

I print free targets from the internet, I also made rubber stamps of different diameter circles and use an ink pad to print targets. One of my favorites is to shoot the eyes out of playing card faces. Another fun thing is to shoot a pellet into a blank piece of paper and try to put another pellet through the same hole. Try to slice the edge of a playing card, Outside, shoot at aspirin tablets glued to a block of wood. Hard candies glued to a board shatter pretty well too.

grant asked What magnification scope should I use for hunting squirrels in my backyard from 10-25 yards with a pellet gun?

Im gonna start hunting squirrels in my backyard with a pellet gun. I know what type of scope to get I just don’t know which magnification I should use for 10-25 yards away. It would also help if you told me what range I should sight it in at.Thanks.

And got the following answer:

You don’t really need a scope for that distance so any magnification will work as long as it’s not too much. 4X is ok but even a non-magnifying scope should work well for you.

Sight in the scope/rifle at the distance you intend to use it and make sure you do enough shooting at the ranges you intend to use it to learn the point of impact at different ranges.

If your airgun is a spring-piston or gas-piston/nitro-piston airgun be sure and get a scope that’s rated for use with that type of power plant or your scope may be damaged by the unusual recoil characteristics of those types of airguns.