The Silent ‘Stealth’ Survival Rifle That’s Compact And Lightweight, Too

Image source: TheTruthAboutGuns Air rifles have been around for quite some time. The Austrian army equipped some of its units with air rifles in the early 1800s, and the Lewis and Clark expedition carried one on its westward journey. Back then, a huge flaw of the air rifle’s design was that…

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