Airforce Airguns Introduces Self Centering Tri-Rail

Airforce Airguns Introduces Self Centering Tri-Rail

Airforce Airguns Self Centering Tri-Rail
Airforce Airguns Self Centering Tri-Rail
AirForce Airguns
AirForce Airguns

FORT WORTH, TEXAS –-(Ammoland.com)- AirForce Airguns , the first U.S. manufacturer of Pre- charged Pneumatic airguns has introduced a new self-centering tri-rail scope base.

Designed by BKL Technologies, the new Tri-rail offers dovetail mounting surfaces on three sides and raises the sight line so standard scope rings may be used. The Tri-rail is another addition to AirForce Airguns innovative product line.

Retail Price $31.00

AirForce Airguns, the first manufacturer of PCP’s in the U.S., have been making precision air guns for nearly 15 years, developing the most technologically advanced airgun shooting systems in the world. Known for their flexibility and legendary accuracy, AirForce Airguns offers a solution for just about any airgun shooting situation.

BKL Technologies patented competition-grade scope mounting systems include scope mounts, scope rings, dovetail to weaver adaptors and scope risers that utilize a quick-installing and self-aligning clamping system that fits both 11mm dovetail and 3/8 inch dovetails. BKL is a U.S. manufacturer of the largest selection of airgun and rimfire scope mounts.

For more information on AirForce Airguns, visit the website www.airforceairguns.com or write to – AirForce Airguns, P.O. Box 2478, Fort Worth, Texas 76113

For more information on BKL Technologies, visit the website www.bkltech.com or write to BKL Technologies, P.O. Box 2478, Fort Worth, Texas 76113

  • 2 thoughts on “Airforce Airguns Introduces Self Centering Tri-Rail

    1. The performance of the Texan and the simplicity of desighn including its phenominal yet very short reputation is something manufacturers have not been able to achieve in a big bore air rifle. Sam yang and the other Korean manufacturers of big bores are only putting out less than half the power of the Texan. There are Korean airgun tuners like Will Piatt from Saddle Mountain Gunsmith that can get a bit more punch out of your Sam Yangs or Air Venture but still fall very short in power and accuracy and after paying for the tune your looking at the same if not more in price. The Texan is under priced compared to its competitors and money well spent! You wont bring down a 2700 pound buffalo with a Sam Yang my friend lol

    2. the specs on your guns are impressive . i have never had the option to shoot one . i like scopes as close to the barrel as possible. yours are too high. your new texan is priced too high. sam yang or hatsan looks better the scope is closer and the price is much lower. i have a hatsan that shoots very well.

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