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anyone into bb guns?

always wanted to buy and play in the house cause winter time.
anyone have any suggestion? looking for fully automatic one. rifle or handgun doesn't matter, just don't like those manual one cause have to cock it evrytime after shoot it.

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I believe the only way to do that is with a compressed air gun. You can get a BB pistol that's air powered for something around $50 new at Wal-Mart. I'd go with a pistol, it would probably be easier, especially for a larger target at close distance. For a smaller target at longer distance, I'd recommend a rifle.

I bought a pump BB pistol game set that had shoot-able darts for around $20, but you have to pump it. Not that hard, though, but it only takes about 12 BBs, or just one dart. Easier to pump than a rifle, usually. I'd also recommend darts. Drunken darts are fun too, just make sure no one's in the way, or better yet, don't have anyone anywhere around you. You could also use the pump pistol and shootable darts with the dart board.

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BB pistol with darts, like $20-25. Cheap dart board with 6 darts, $10. Case of beer, $15. Plenty of fun there!

Don't forget, if you play darts when you're drunk, you'll be fixing holes in your walls, furniture, and possibly ceiling, etc.


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check into airsoft... might be better for inside and theres some cool stuff available. I'd suggest paintball, but its pretty damn cold in Michigan right now to be playing paintball outside... My brother is at Kettering.

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i'm currently looking at some airsoft one.
found bunch of it in ebay. still researching.

also wonder what are the law regarding these kind of toys?

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airsoft rocks! Ebay has alot of good stuff for someone just starting... if you want somthing better but will cost a bit pm me..

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Airsoft shouldn't. I do hear that shooting BB guns are illegal in city limits, but maybe that's just guns. I don't care. As long as you're inside, the BBs aren't gonna hit anybody. Just might wanna wear some eye protection, like some sunglasses. You can get some impact resistant ones, which would be perfect. Or just get some lightly tinted ones, so they don't look like glasses, and they aren't so dark that you can't see. I think darts would be as bad as BBs.

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I have this one:
http://www.crosman.com/site/listing/1091
and I love it - since it is made out of metal alloy it is heavy like a gun - excpet the plastic grips feel cheap.
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how's the dart one looks like?

i was thinking about this

or this one

and this one

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Most BB guns can shoot these darts. Basically they're little metal darts, about 1 cm, with some nylon string/fuzz sticking out the back for wind resistance. I'm not sure how well the darts work, since I never really used the darts. I've used the BBs a lot more. But the darts are single-shot, push them in through the back to load them. The soft pellets would be quicker.

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i used to have a Crosman Benjamin-Sheridan that i bought at WalMart .......it was nice and solid and with 8 pumps gave you 800 fps......i sold it to a buddy of mine for like $40.......now i see that they have a Daisy break-barrel that will do 1000 fps with just a single pump....i might end up getting one
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Nicest one Ive seen is an old Crossman Replica of the Colt Peacemaker .44, 6 shot C02 powered and .22 cal. Alot of fun, more accurate then the typical .177 cal.

Ive got Daisy and Crossman rifles 840 and 760 models I think. Nothin special but I ve had them since I was 8. Guess they didnt wan tme having anything powerful then lol.
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how's the dart one looks like?

i was thinking about this

or this one

and this one

just wonder these above will be good enough for indoors?

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Haven't tried them, so I wouldn't know.

Gun 1:
CAN FIRE UP TO 400 BBS PER MINUTE !!!! It comes with a carrying sling, rechargeable Nicad Battery pack, battery pack charger, and 1000 high quality Taiwan made bbs (please note this gun will only take high quality bbs that do not have the casting lines on them and have been polished clean, all other BBS will jam the rifle and void the warranty). It comes with accessories listed below. It comes with the battery and charger (please charge overnight before first use), which makes this perfect for back yard (close range) airsoft games.

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-1000 high quality bbs (no bearings!)
-Rechargeable Nicad battery pack
-Battery pack recharger
-Carrying Sling
-Instructions
-BB clip

Sounds decent enough. Those battery packs and chargers are usually $20 alone at Wal-Mart.

Gun 2:
Almost the same, but half the amount of batteries (which means probably half, or less, battery life) and 1/10th the amount of BBs sent. I'd rather go with the first one.

Gun 3:
Has no info. I wouldn't buy it.

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i wasalso thinking buying the first one and those single shot sniper rifle replica. when not playing it makes very nice wall ornament.

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i just bought another BB gun over the weekend for fun. 17$ at walmart, 220 fps, not amazing, but shoots pretty hard, made my 18yo brother scream. Also have a rifle that shoots pretty good. Was my grandpas. Walmart also had a 750fps rifle, That thing must shoot DAM hard
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