If you want to shoot pop cans in the back yard. Go to Canadian Tire and get a pellet gun.
Actually. I go over to a friends house to shoot pop cans and paper targets with his pellet gun (NOTE: Not airsoft, but an actual .177 match grade "wadcutter" pellets). Then I play with the airsoft on the fields.
The ballistics of the pellet gun make it far more accurate for target shooting. You're shooting a pellet vs a "musket ball".
Also note that you cannot play with your pellet or BB guns on an airsoft field. It DOES matter if it's a copper 6mm bb vs a plastic 6mm BB (weight of BB, speed and such).
Save your money especially in these times. You need to pay for school first, then you can spend money on a hobby.
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