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Recommendations for Realistic Accurate Air Pistol with Suppressor

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    knifemaker
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    Accuracy: +24

    Wes Bob at Archery and Air gun Fun and Kral carry them.  

    Knife

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    bandg
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    HW44 in my opinion.  

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    6600
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    As for now the Ataman is the one closer to realistic looks, but if you want really realistic then you need to drop to CO2 pistols because by nature PCPs will always need an air reservoir somewhere so they will never look like a firearm.

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    Stefanjan
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    Pretty difficult requirements.  Just a few thoughts from someone who has shot powder and air.  First and foremost, give up on worrying what you look like or what others may think.  I have a neighbor who used to laugh at my Hatsan rifle.  I heard all the "not a real gun" BS.  I asked him to come over and shoot some time.  He finally accepted and we had a great time.  He walked away with an amazed look at the fact that we shot 250 rounds and spent all of $7.  Even a .22 PB would have burned through $12 of the cheapest junk ammo.  We shot in my yard from my porch.  No range needed.  I set up a couple Field Targets and we just blasted away all afternoon, only stopping to refill the airtank.  He asked me how often did I shoot?  I told him at least once a week.  He shoots about 2 times a year!  Long and short of it- Guess who is looking into picking up and airgun?  When I showed him my indoor range for pistol use he was so green!  He hunts with his pistol, but can only afford to "practice" once a year.  He has a barn that he could easily set up a 10 meters range.  

    The point here is give up on image.  As for accuracy, well I would probably avoid the CO2 BB pistols.  Fun to shoot as plinkers, but accuracy is usually measured in the ability to hit a time can.  For true accuracy look to many of the great recommendations already presented.  My personal favorite is the Crosman 1701P.  Hole in hole when I do my part.  This gun has a $30 moderator on it that makes it ultra quiet.  I shoot it indoors all winter long and the family never even hears me.  

    So I understand what you are looking for, but t just may not be possible to the degree you seek.  Lowering your requirements may just give you a fun, satisfying shooting experience.

     

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