Welcome back to AirgunDepot.com’s top five. Today we are covering the top five pest control guns. These are the guns that you’re gonna want when you have to go head-to-head with one of those little pests in your backyard. Let’s get started.
When putting this list together we tried to come up with guns that were not too expensive, and didn’t require any additional apparatus, such as an air tank. So the pests we have in mind are rats, rabbits, pigeons, Starling squirrels, so forth. When possible we would always recommend a .22 over a .177 for most of your pest problems. So let’s get started. Number five.
Number five on our list is Daisy’s 880. The 880 is Daisy’s best-selling airgun. 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 a .177 only, with 10 pumps, it shoots pellets over 700 feet per second, giving you plenty of power to take care of any small pests in your yard. The Daisy 880.
Number four on our list is the Crosman Optimus. The Optimus is a very affordable spring-powered air rifle that shoots alloy pellets up to 1,200 feet per second. And 8 grain lead pellets at almost a thousand feet per second. It’s been on the market for quite a while, and has proven itself to be a good budget option for getting those little critters in your yard. The Crosman Optimus. Number four.
Number three on our list is the Benjamin 392. This is one of the most powerful multi pump air guns on the market. Built in America, it’s built to last and it’s been around for years. Time and time again, it’s proven more than enough for the pesky little vermin that might come in your way. Pump it up two or three times for small pests in enclosed areas or eight times to really lay the smack down. With the addition of a Williams peep sight, you have a gun that can clear out little pests up to thirty yards or more. The Benjamin 392.
And number two on our list is the Hatsan 95. The Hatsan is a great value in a spring gun. With its beautiful Turkish walnut stock, and its Quattro trigger, it’s a lot of gun for your money. Available in a .177, .22, and .25, with either a coiled still spring or a gas RAM. You have all of the options that you need to take care of backyard pests. Before we show you our number one make sure to take time to like, subscribe, and ring that bell. And now the number one.
At number one on our list is the Diana 34. It has been one of our top selling break barrels for years. It combines precision German manufacturing with excellent accuracy at an extremely good two stage adjustable trigger that breaks at just over a pound out of the box. It’s easy to cock and produces plenty of energy. This is the kind of gun that makes you wish that you had more pests to take care of. The Diana 34, your number one.
So there you have it, that’s our list of the top five best air guns for pest control. Did we miss any? We want to hear what your list would be, so please put it in the comments below. And if you’d like to learn any more about any of these air guns, go to AirgunDepot.com or wait and hit the bull’s-eye at the end of the video. Once again, thanks for watching.