Today we’re celebrating American independence by highlighting airguns manufactured in the USA. People all over the country will be spending time with family and friends, grabbing an airgun for a quick plinking session and then sitting under a colorful display of fireworks to round out the day. As a USA based company, we enjoy celebrating and supporting products that are manufactured in the USA. Buying American allows you to…
- support American families by providing well paying jobs.
- support American business owners and the entrepreneurial spirit.
- help America’s economy and encourage continued growth.
While we carry American-made airguns everyday, we want to highlight just a few them that could have a “Made in USA” sticker slapped on them.
As one of the earliest manufacturers of airguns, Daisy’s line of Avanti airguns are all built in the USA. These airguns were designed for competitive shooters who are looking to put their skills to the test. Quality, craftsmanship and accuracy are all qualities that define these award winning airguns. So, if you’re looking to jump to the head of the competition, consider adding an Avanti to your collection.
As the first manufacturer of PCP’s in America, AirForce continues to manufacture all of their airguns right here in the USA. AirForce airguns, a project that first started in Dallas, Texas, continue to impress airgunners with their technologically advanced shooting system. If you want a PCP airgun that combines power along with a unique design, you may want to consider adding a AirForce air rifle or pistol to your collection.
Benjamin also has several airguns that are built in the USA. Check out these American made airguns from Benjamin to celebrate your Independence Day:
- Benjamin 397 – a multi-pump air rifle in .177 Caliber
- Benjamin 392 – a multi-pump air rifle in .22 Caliber
- Benjamin HB17 – a .177 Caliber multi-pump air pistol
- Benjamin HB22 – a .22 Caliber multi-pump air pistol
- Sheridan Blue Streak – a .20 Caliber air rifle
So, while Americans across the country celebrate their independence, we celebrate the freedom to shoot airguns every day of the year. For those that are fortunate enough to enjoy the satisfaction of airgun plinking, hunting or target shooting, take some time today to give thanks for the freedom we have to shoot.
Happy 4th of July!