What happens if you get hit by an air gun?

By Published On: 12 May 2022Categories: PCP Air Guns

The severity of the injury depends on the muzzle velocity and size of the pellet used, as well as how far it is fired from. Getting hit with a standard .177 or .22 calibre pellet at close range can cause painful injuries that will require medical attention. The pellet will have to be removed and stitches applied to close the wound.

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