Swiss Arms TAC 1 Spring Air Rifle 4.5 mm
Pay over 3 EQUAL zero-interest
instalments of R767 with PayJustNow.
Find out how...
PayJustNow is a simple, easy-to-use payment system.
Here’s how it works:
PayJustNow allows you to pay for your purchase over 3 equal, zero interest instalments. You’ll pay one instalment at the time of purchase, the next at the beginning of the following month and the last one a month thereafter.
Browse your favourite online stores and proceed to check-out.
Choose PayJustNow as your payment method.
Create your account as easily as if your eyes were shut (though we’d recommend you keep them open).
Complete your purchase and whoop for joy!
Swiss Arms TAC 1 Spring Rifle
The all-new Swiss Arms TAC 1 Spring Rifle 4.5 mm is the perfect gun for plinking and small game hunting. The TAC-1 comes equipped with features normally reserved for high-end air rifles, like the Swiss Arms premium 4×32 scope, full stock, and noise-reducing spring. This air rifle is great for beginners looking to practice their sharp shooting.
The SA TAC 1 Spring Rifle fires all 4.5mm Pellets, which are rated for high velocities of 1,000 – 1,200 fps.
The Air Rifle comes with a Swiss Arms 4×32 scope and scope mounts .
- Rifled steel barrel
- Spring piston break barrel
- Rubber butt pad helps reduce recoil
- Muzzle brake
- 1,200 FPS
- Includes 4x32mm air rifle scope with mounts
SPESIFICATIONS OF THE SWISS ARMS TAC 1 SPRING RIFLE
- Calibre: .177
- Action: Break barrel
- Power plant: Spring piston
- Capacity: Single shot
- Stock: Synthetic thumbhole
- Velocity: 1,200 FPS
- Ammo type: Pellets 4.5 mm
- Barrel length: 470mm
- Overall length: 1110mm
- Weight: 3.5kg
HOW DOES A SPRING AIR RIFLE WORK?
A spring air rifle operates by means of a spring-loaded piston pump assembly contained within a compression chamber separate from the gun barrel. Traditionally, a grease-lubricated steel coil spring is used as the powerplant main spring. Before shooting, the user needs to manually cock the gun by flexing a lever connected to the pump assembly, which pulls the pump piston rearwards and compresses the main spring until the rear of the piston engages the sear.