Cold temperatures can wreak havoc on some airgun power plants. The airguns below have no problems shaking off the winter chills and staying on target.
PCPs are immune to even the coldest temperatures, and provide shooters with full-powered shots and amazing consistency–even when the weather drops into the single digits.
Gas piston airguns are light in weight, have quick shot cycles and can stay cocked indefinitely.
Springers can still hold their own in the cold. It’s not recommended they be cocked for too long, but their performance is seldom effected by cold weather. And their easier cocking efforts make them a perfect choice for shooters with cold muscles!