3 New Year’s Resolutions for Airgun Owners

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Happy New Year! Now that the holiday season is over, life is returning to normal as we drop off our kids at school and head to work again. While getting your life back on track, revamping the way you use and maintain your arsenal of airguns this new year doesn’t hurt either. In the end, you’ll thank yourself for being a responsible owner of your airguns. With that said, our experienced and licensed team at Palm Beach Airguns share 3 New Year’s resolutions for airgun owners.

Clean Your Air Rifles

Cleaning and maintenance are two of the most important New Year’s resolutions for airgun owners. Making sure your collection of FX Airguns are in working order and cleaning out any gunk is a great way to start the new year. When cleaning an air rifle, make sure to read the user’s manual first before proceeding to make sure you clean it properly. Rotating your magazines’ ammunition with fresh ammo will also help your air rifle to function smoothly.

Switch Out the Batteries in Your Airgun Safe

If you keep your airguns in a safe, the last thing you want is to enter the combination and not have the door pop open. Sometimes, gun safes seem to be working after you enter the combination because you’ll hear the click of the lock, but the door won’t budge. This is because your safe needs new batteries and you should switch them out for the new year. Sure, you’ll have to spend a pretty penny to replace the batteries, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Book a Training Course

Even though you may be well-seasoned in handling airguns, it doesn’t hurt to brush up on your knowledge of air gun safety now and again. Another one of our New Year’s resolutions for airgun owners is to book a training course in 2020. A tool is only as good as its owner and it doesn’t hurt to sharpen your skills and knowledge about air gun safety in the new year. Taking a course will keep you from getting rusty and you’ll thank yourself later for doing so!

Making these necessary changes to your airgun maintenance routine this new year can improve your overall experience. If you’d like to share your New Year’s resolutions as an airgun owner or have any questions about our vast inventory of air rifles, contact a member of our team at 561-331-6731 today!

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