BB Air Guns and Rifles
Today's air guns cover such a vast range of models and here at Gorilla Surplus, we've got the BB pistols and rifles for people at every level of experience. Once you've got a gun or two picked out, augment your arsenal of firearms with spare mags, CO2 cartridges, and steel BB ammo.
Full Metal BB Guns
There's nothing quite like shooting with a pistol that look and feel like their real steel counterparts. Most collectors love BB guns made with full metal construction as they are much more durable than polymer models, and their realistic weight will have you feeling like you're holding a real gun in hand.
Shooting in Semi-Auto or Full-Auto
Shooters looking for some serious firepower won't think twice about getting a gun that can shoot in full automatic. The semi-automatic firing system requires pulling the trigger in order to fire another shot while in a rapid firing mode. It is a step down from full automatic where no trigger pulling is required for continuous firing. Our range of products include both semi-auto BB guns and full-auto BB guns to satisfy your shooting desire.
Are BB guns real guns?
Unlike real guns, BB guns do not shoot bullets but rather, spherical steel projectiles called BBs. They are most commonly powered with CO2, hence the term "air guns" also being used to describe them. Most BB guns today have 4.5 mm (0.177 in) caliber barrels.
Are BB guns legal?
BB air guns are not real firearms so they are free to be purchased from specialty stores like Gorilla Surplus. The laws surrounding the usage of air guns differ from country to country however, so be sure that you are aware of your country's air gun laws before carrying in public spaces.
What's the difference between BB guns and airsoft guns?
The main difference between the two types of air guns is in the type of projectile they shoot. BB guns fire steel 4.5 mm or 0.177 caliber BBs, while airsoft guns fire plastic 6 mm or 0.24 caliber BBs. Both BB and airsoft guns can be used for target practice and shooting training, but airsoft guns and rifles are most commonly used in military simulation games.