A pistol that uses compressed air or carbon dioxide to discharge lead pellets.
A rifle that uses compressed air or carbon dioxide to discharge lead pellets.
A rifle or pistol that uses compressed air or carbon dioxide to discharge lead pellets.
The tube of a gun.
Devices sometimes affixed to the sides of shooting glasses to keep the wind out of shooters' eyes and prevent distraction from motion to the side.
A long concrete structure in front of a firing line from which machines throw clay targets in trap shooting; also known as a "trench".
The complete unit of ammunition, including the projectile, case, powder and primer.
The rear portion of a gun barrel into which a cartridge is inserted for firing.
A narrowed part of a shotgun barrel, as in a chokebore.
A bore in a shotgun that narrows toward the muzzle to prevent shot from scattering too widely.
A saucer-shaped target of clay.
A non-magnifying device on the front or rear end of a firearm to assist aim.
A .22-calibre pistol relatively free of specifications.
A receptacle for a number of cartridges which is inserted into a firearm and must be removed and replaced when empty.
A short firearm intended to be held and fired with one hand.
A shoulder firearm with spiral grooves cut in the inner surface of the gun barrel to give the bullet a rotating motion and render its flight more accurate.
A smooth-bore firearm for firing round shot.
The wooden, metal, plastic or fibreglass portion of a rifle or shotgun to which the barrel, action, trigger, etc. are attached.
A device for suddenly releasing or tossing clay targets into the air in trapshooting.
A long concrete structure in front of a firing line from which machines throw clay targets in trap shooting; also known as a "bunker".
A small projecting piece which, when pulled with the finger, operates the mechanism and discharges a firearm or air gun.