S&W 41 the term pistol actually refers to an autoloader but i assume you mean any handgun - i have probably shot more off the shelf handguns and more ammo than most people and have found for uncustomised guns the very best target handgun is the TC contender single shot with interchangeable barrels and calibers - the barrels come in 14 and 10 inch length and can be easily topped with any type sighting system without any custom work at all best of all one TC contender can be used with multiple calibers - i have 22 LR and 22 magnum for target and small game, 44 magnum for hunting big game, 223 for long range target and to shoot the same round as my AR-15, and a custom made 360 schafer magnum that shoots a 30 caliber in a necked down 444 case and is as powerful as you can "control" in a handgun - all this from one handgun
Answer 3: Best target pistol for what purpose? If you mean for formal bullseye competition, you need either an autopistol or a revolver, something able to fire a minimum of five shots. Autopistols are almost universal amongst serious target shooters these days, although in the old days they tended to use revolvers such as the Smith and Wesson "K-22," still available today more or less as the Model 617. I've shot revolvers in competition myself, and it's a bit embarrassing because everyone else has to wait for you in loading or unloading, but there's nothing in the rules that says you can't. In autopistols you can pay as much as you want. Some of the Hammerli models, from Switzerland, are absolutely excellent and breathtakingly costly. The Smith and Wesson Model 41 that was mentioned first is excellent; I believe it has outlived two or three replacements now. It's a thousand-dollar gun. I haven't shot a Hammerli Trailside, but I've read that it's an excellent beginner's piece for about $400. And I would be remiss not to mention the Ruger .22 target pistols. They're very common as a shooter's first target pistol, if you get one of the "target" versions and not the cheaper "standard." They're long-lasting, reliable, and are competitive enough that people have won major competitions shooting them-- with modifications, of course.
"Modifications" should go without saying, because if you ever do get up to the high levels of target competition whatever you shoot will probably be customized and modified to the max. I don't think this is strictly necessary. Most of these target pistols will shoot better than any of us can, once you find the brand of ammo they like. But modifying a competition gun seems to be a "bug" that nobody can resist. It increases the shooter's confidence, I suppose, and confidence is a big part of shooting well.
I got the Heritage Arms Rough rider with a 4 3/4 barrel in .22 long rifle for 130$
BSA is a fairey good scope company. There scopes are not bad i have used them at my boyscout camp and they start at about $30
about 20$, get a desert eagle, spring action. those are good.
Sorry, but if you mean .22 Rimfire (as opposed to a pellet gun) I do not know of a GOOD pistol for $100. Spend $200-300 for a Ruger Mk III or a Browning Buckmark.
a cheap airsoft pistol. its a lot of fun
The pistol is only about 15.99 but the AK airsoft gun is 54.99 the AK has more damge in to it but if You want alot of alot of damge get a BB gun they are metal and hurts alot more. the cost 20.00
there is the M4A1 carbine fullyutomatic weapon,and the colt 45. Co2 fully automatic pistol, and the M18 single shot carbine, and the 9mm single shot pistol ZX-1799141-AK47G AK-27 sniper riile ZX-2166B combat rifle and for the hek of it airsoft gernades and a gr8 website 4 airsoft guns is hobbytron.com
I would. But get a good one. Airsoft pistols are bad to jam.
It is not recommended to make airsoft pistols, since they would be ineffective and partially dangerous to make ( eg the spring not secured well and hitting you in the eye), however, most spring airsoft pistol cost around 20 UD which is really cheap. Good spring pistols all come from Tokyo Marui, a renowned Japanese airsoft brand that can be found in many stores and online shops in the US or worldwide.
The AS47 shotgun and the UHC UZI Mini electric airsoft gun are pretty good ones.
A good electric airsoft would be a SRC Gen. 2 or 3 XM8..
If you are looking for a spring pistol, go for any Tokyo Marui High Grade Hop Up models. If you are looking for an AEG, go for the Tokyo Marui G36c.
KWA 1911 sec MEU green gas pistol ------------------------------------------------ swith and Wesson sigma sw40f green gas pistol
go to airrattle.com
Varies by the pistol. Normaly better than spring.