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dodge3500
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Yes I would get a good air source first then with what’s left go after a rifle.
I would be looking for a 88 cf air tank with a few years left on it and a fill station as to prolong your shooting experience.
I would bet you could do that for around 250 to 350$ outta your budget and still have say 450 to 500$ for a PCP and scope.
It can be done.:)

To me whats needed is
Tank
Fill station
Rifle
Scope
Rings
First tin of pellets (Walmart .177/.22 6 dollars)

Worry about extra mags and high end pellets later get what’s necessary first .
You can sub tank and fill station for hand pump but personally I would go tank and fill station.