Mechanism/Action: Bolt action
Caliber/Ammunition: .22 caliber (5.5 mm) lead airgun pellet
Capacity: Single Shot
Weight: 3 lbs 6 oz (1.5 kg)
Overall Length: 30 ¼" (76.8 cm)
Sights: Rear: Peep or notch adjustable for windage and elevation
Power Source: 12 gram CO2 cartridge
Safety: Cross bolt
Velocity: up to 550 fps (167.64 m/s)
Barrel: Rifled Steel
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Anyone 18 years of age or older can possess and use an airgun. Anyone under 18 years of age may use an airgun if: They hold a New Zealand Firearms Licence*or they are under the ‘immediate supervision’ of a firearms licence holder or a person 18 years of age or older.
Anyone under 16 years of age must always be under the ‘immediate supervision’ of a firearms licence holder or a person 18 years of age or older. * Note: You must be 16 years of age or older to apply for a New Zealand Firearms Licence.
‘Immediate supervision’ means that the licensed or older person is within reach and in control of the person using the airgun. The person providing the supervision must be able to take control of the airgun. They cannot be in possession or control of another firearm or airgun.
On a range or paintball field: the rules in place, fenced field and supervision of umpires, referees or Range Officer go toward immediate supervision.
Arms Code ~ Pistols 31 Figure 13: An airgun can look like a real firearm. Be careful where you use it.
You can be arrested and fined and/or imprisoned:
• If you possess or carry an airgun without a lawful purpose.
• If you carelessly use an airgun.
• For firing an airgun in a way that may endanger, annoy or frighten anyone or harm property.
• For unlawfully pointing an airgun at someone.
• If you sell or supply an airgun to an unlicensed person under 18. This could happen if an adult buys an airgun as a gift for a child.
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