Will B. Droopy Posted July 29, 2010 Share Posted July 29, 2010 Hi All, I shoot USPSA Production, and I can't afford tens of thousands of rounds of 9mm practice ammo per year -- much less surviving days at the range in 100+ degree heat -- so I typically practice at home with an all-metal Beretta PX4 Storm .177 pellet gun with reciprocating slide (pretty good recoil!). The problem is, due to the fact that most pellet and Airsoft guns use pot-metal construction for their internals, they don't seem to last long. For instance, something in my Beretta Storm's trigger group broke after about six thousand rounds, and it is now useless. (This internal breakage occurred, needless to say, ten days AFTER the expiration of its 90 day warranty). So my question: What Airsoft or pellet gun model, hopefully priced under $200, would not only be appropriate for home Production Division training, but can also take the "abuse" of our practice and not break after a few thousand rounds? Any suggestions? Thanks, -Bill The Beretta Storm pellet gun: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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