Firearms & Weapons Auctions - Airsoft , Pellet & BB Guns in Atxauctions - Live & Online

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Date(s) 2/13/2021 - 3/11/2021
Bidding Notice: All bids begin at $5.00 and will take place online. Your invoice will be sent to your registered email account shortley after the auction closes, Thursday March 11th. If you do not receive the unpaid invoice please check your spam folder and contact us at d.zweigle@atxauctions.com or 512-923-1899.
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Date(s) 3/4/2021 - 3/18/2021
Bidding Notice: Lots added daily, check back often !!! PICK UP DATES AND TIMES Friday, March 5th and Saturday, March 6th from 9am - 4pm.
Auction Notice: All items are new unless otherwise stated in the description. Item packaging may show signs of warehouse damage or stickers from processing. Items may have been taken out of the box for inspection and the packaging resealed. Most items are in craft, nongraphic boxes so in most cases a photo of the box will not be included in the auction details. We will supply packaging photos if the packaging has severe damage. All merchandise is sold As-Is and Where Is without warranties or guarantees of any kind. ATX Auctions Victoria does not represent any manufacturer or retailer.
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Guns in this category shoot a BB (ball bearing), pellet, or other projectile using compressed air, CO2 (carbon dioxide), or nitrogen. Airsoft guns generally fire plastic BBs or pellets 6mm in diameter. You’ll find gas, spring, and AEG (automatic electric gun) types for sale online from such airsoft makers as G&G, ICS, Tokyo Marui, A&K Airsoft, SoftAir USA, G&P, Cybergun, Jing Gong, CYMA, Lancer, UK Arms, AGM, Wellfire, Umarex, and APS. Airguns, on the other hand, primarily shoot metal projectiles. They’re commonly known as pellet and BB guns. Typical calibers (projectile diameters expressed in inches) are .177 and .22, but there are also less common .20, .25, .357, .45, .50, and even .58 calibers. Airgun types include break-open (break barrel), sidelever, bolt-action, lever-action, and underlever. Their power comes from a spring piston, gas piston, precharged pneumatic (PCP) tank, CO2 cartridge, or a single-stroke or multi-stroke pump. Airgun manufacturers include Daisy, Crosman, Gamo, Benjamin, RWS, Umarex, Seneca, Beeman, DPMS, and Air Arms. Note that certain laws may apply in your area. Sellers often post new items for auction on HiBid.com, so come back later if you don’t see what you’re searching for.