By Kerrin Brinkman | June 25 2011 10:48

Another one of our sponsors at the 2011 NRA National Junior Air Gun Championship is AirForce Air Guns, who has a table in the vendor area with an amazing looking gun: the AirForce Edge.

The AirForce Edge Air Gun on NRAblog

It may look and feel like a Precision class air gun, but the Edge is actually approved for Sporter class and comes with a Sporter price tag of just $410 for club pricing.

The Edge is an ambidextrous rifle with a regulated air system that features adjustable length of pull, cheek piece, forearm and two-stage trigger. It comes equipped with a hooded front sight and a TS1 Adaptive air gun sight and can be ordered with both sights or just the front sight.

At just 6.1 lbs, this single-shot rifle offers a velocity of up to 530 feet per second. All three mounting rails feature position marks, allowing the shooter to easily change the rifle for different positions and disciplines. It’s available in either blue or red, allowing shooters to choose the finish of their choice.

One lucky competitor will walk away with an AirForce Edge at our awards ceremony, but to learn more or get your own, visit www.airforceairguns.com or call 877-247-4867.

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