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Pneu Dart Air Rifle 178B

The Pneu Dart Air Rifle, a breech loading projector, is an air rifle for the person that has limited or occasional use for an immobilizing gun. It is very simple in design but effective. Can be used for tranquilzing, antibiotic treatments,& vaccinating. No fire-arms license required, No hazardous shipping charges* Free Shipping in the US is our choice of carrier

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Model 178B Specifications

  • Stock and Action – Benjamin Sheridan
  • Overall Length – 41″
  • Dart Barrel – .50 caliber Smooth Bore
  • Sights – Open
  • Weight – 7 Ibs.
  • Range – 2 feet to 40 yards with 1 cc Type ‘P’ disposable darts controlled by number of strokes when pumping air into gun and knurled power control knob on valve on bolt. Minimum – 1 pump; Maximum – 10 pumps.

See a Power Control Chart (how many pumps/per distance) in the Download Tab.

Pneu-Dart tranquilizer projectors are engineered for versatility, functionality and safety. The rifles and pistols are expertly crafted to handle short and long-range targets with ease and accuracy.

Basic Gun Kit Includes: 1 Browning rifle, 1 pkg of practice darts, 1 semi rigid tubing (used to push a dart out if loaded and not going to use), 1 gun manual, and gun oil.

Cases, scopes & darts, sold separately

Frequently Ask Questions

"My darts bounce off the animal."
1/2cc and 1cc darts without collars or barbs usually bounce on impact, but because of the small volume, a complete injection is normally made.

"The drug runs out of the dart needle when putting in the drug."
If this happens, it is because your syringe needle is not long enough. Syringe needles should be at least 1/2" long than the dart needle.
"The dart did not inject the medicine"
This is usually the result of low impact or an angle shot. Increase the velocity with perpendicular impact.

"I cannot put the syringe needle into the dart needle"
Dart may have detonated in transit. Call for return information.

"The drug sprays out of the dart after leaving the gun barrel"
Barrel may be dirty or possibly damaged. If the problem is still rpesent after cleaning please call for return information.

Feel free to call with any questions.

 

 

Manual for 176B, 178B, 179B, 190B

Parts for 178B Air Rifle

Video - How to Load Darts

Video - How the RDD Devices Work

 

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