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The Diana 34 has been one of our best selling break barrels for years. It combines precision German manufacturing with excellent accuracy and an extremely good two-stage adjustable trigger that breaks at just over a pound out of the box. It is easy to cock and produces plenty of energy, and is a gun that you are going to keep shooting long after the pests are gone.
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The Hatsan 95 is a great value in break barrel air rifles. The gorgeous Turkish Walnut stock alone makes the gun a best buy, but it also has the adjustable Quattro trigger and plenty of power for small game. Available in coil spring and gas spring versions, the Hatsan 95 is a great gun for both new and experienced airgunners.
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The Benjamin 392 is one of the most powerful multi-pumps on the market and it is built to last. Made in America, it has been on the market for years, and time after time it has proven itself more than a match for invasive vermin and small game. Pump it up 2 or 3 times for small pests in enclosed areas or 8 times to really lay the smack down. With the addition of a Williams peep sight you have a gun that will clear out pests out to 30 yards or more.Learn More
The Optimus is a very affordable spring-powered air rifle that shoots alloy pellets up to 1200 feet per second and 8 grain lead pellets at almost 1000 feet per second. It has been on the market for quite a while and has shown itself to be a good budget option for those needing to take out some pesky critters in the backyard.
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The 880 is Daisy’s best selling airgun and it is famous for packing a ton of accuracy into a very inexpensive package. The most affordable gun on our list, the 880 has proven itself for decades. Available in .177 only, with ten pumps it shoots pellets over 700 feet per second giving you plenty of power to take out small pests in the backyard.
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