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Looking for Cheap BB Shotguns?

If you have never seen or handled a BB shotgun before, then you might be surprised to find out that they are actually quite similar to a BB rifle.

There are also many different types of BB shotguns available to buy, which will suit every requirement for the enthusiastic BB participant. Things such as sawed-off shotguns, long barrel, short barrel, spring action shotguns, and shotguns powered by CO2 are all widely available.

Looking for cheap BB shotguns?

If you are new to the world of BB guns, and you like the idea of owning a BB shotgun specifically, then it is a good idea to start off with something a bit cheaper so that you can test it out in a range of different situations. If you feel that a BB shotgun is right for you after doing this, then you could invest in a higher end model and take your BB playing to the next level.

Some things to consider when buying cheap BB shotguns:


Whenever you buy a BB shotgun from a reputable seller, it will come with a user manual which will give instructions on how to use the gun safely. It is important that you take the time to read this manual completely before you start using the shotgun.


It is also a good idea to consider what you will be using the BB shotgun for. If you are planning on taking part in organised skirmish events, then you'll definitely want to be looking at models with a larger range of features so that you can compete at a high level.

Here is some information about actual shotguns from wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shotgun

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  1. Double Eagle M83A1 M4 Carbine AEG (Blue)
  2. Vigor M4 RIS Spring Rifle and 226 Series Spring Pistol (Duel Pack - Two Tone Blue - 9903)
  3. Vigor 5.1 Ported Spring Pistol (Full Metal - Blue - V17)
  4. Galaxy G15 Full Metal Spring Pistol (G15-GOLD)
  5. Double Eagle 1911 Spring Pistol (M292 - Gold)
  6. Vigor L85A1 Airsoft Spring Action Rifle/Gun
  7. Golden Hawk 17 Series Pistol (1:1 Scale - Full Metal Slide - Blue)
  8. Army 17 Series Gas Blowback Pistol (Polymer Body and Slide - R17-5)

Top selling ammo

  1. AA 0.20g BB Pellets with Speedloader Bottle (White)

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1.     What is a BB gun used for?  BB guns are mostly used for practice shooting and training. The stronger ones (i.e. Air Rifles) can also control pests or hunt small animals.

2.     Do you need a Licence in the UK for a BB gun? No, you don't need a licence for a BB gun in the UK, but there are rules. The BB Gun needs to be in two colours; one has to be a primary. All our guns are on the website as per default.

3.     Is a BB gun a good weapon?   BB guns, despite sometimes being seen as toys, can be dangerous. They fire pellets at high speeds and can cause serious harm, or even be deadly in some situations.

4.     Can you shoot BB guns in public in the UK without a Firearm license? BB guns in the UK navigate a legal grey area. While certain models, notably low-power 'soft air' types, typically evade classification as section 1 firearms, more potent versions may require a valid firearms certificate to avoid legal repercussions.

5.     Can you shoot a BB gun in your garden? You can use a BB gun in your garden under UK law, but you have to ensure the pellets don't go into your neighbour's yard, plot or land. If they do and you don't have permission, it's against the law.

6.     Which UK law am I breaking if the pellets go into my neighbour's law without permission?  If your BB gun pellets go into your neighbour's yard without permission, you're breaking UK laws. Specifically, the 1968 Firearms Act and possibly the 2003 Anti-Social Behaviour Act, because you may be causing your neighbours trouble or worry.