Re: Air Rifles due to ammo shortage?
I shoot my springers any time I can, when the weather is warm enough. Spring air rifles are VERY sensitive to ambient temps and only function well when the mercury rises above about 40-45 degrees or so, give or take. I have nitro piston driven "springers that are much more cold tolerant but I'm not when it comes to just plinking in sub-freezing temps, so it's to the basement with a pellet trap I go to keep my shooting skills sharp.
Big Al's "Take-Em" Style Silhouette Decoys Pro-Staff.