List of air guns
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This is a list of air guns.
- Air Arms (United Kingdom)
- Anics (Russian pistols)
- Armscor (Philippines)
- BAM B26 (China - Air Pistol)
- BAIKAL (Russia)
- BSA Guns (UK) Limited
- Cometa (Spain)
- Commando Air Machine Gun 
- DIANA Mayer & Grammelspacher
- Drozd BB rifle
- Air Ranger
- Air Wolf
- Harrier X
- Edgar Brothers XVi (see also Logun S16 Evo)
- Edison General Electric Appliance Company
- EHT (see also )
- Gat air pistol (United Kingdom - Air Pistol - .177)
- Gat air rifle (United Kingdom - Air Rifle - .177)
- Gem air rifle
- Girandoni Air Rifle
- IHP Airpistol 0.177 (India - Air Pistol - .177)
- Industry brand
- Kunitomo air gun (Japan - Air Rifle)
- Lincoln air pistol (United Kingdom - Air Pistol - .177)
- Lincoln Jeffries (United Kingdom - Air Rifle - .22)
- McGlashan Air Machine Gun Corporation
- Mendoza (see also )
- PK-62 Munisalva pistols
- RM-990 Munisalva Rifle
- RM Air Rifles
- Milbro Metisse (Ben Taylor designed air or CO2 powered rifle.)
- National CO2 Air Pistol (.177) (India - Air Pistol - .177)
- Remington (United States)
- Shooting Star Inc
- Sportsmarketing SMK (Chinese manufactured air gun & accessory distributor)
- SMK B2
- SMK B3-F
- SMK G10
- SMK Westlake Pistol
- SMK Westlake Rifle
- XS78 (aka QB78) CO2 powered rifle. Utilizes two 12g "powerlets" similar to the small soda-syphon or tyre-inflator type CO2 "sparklet" bulbs.
- XS79 (aka QB79) as XS78 but designed to utilize larger, disposable 88g CO2 canisters. This model lends itself to adaptation for use with certain sizes of refillable paintball type CO2 bottles or (with very specialized engineering and safety upgrades/additions paying special attention to compliance with varying geographical legal requirements re: pellet velocities/muzzle energies where applicable) HPA (High Pressure Air) usually regulated, for safety and/or legal reasons, to around typical CO2 pressures (832psi/57.33bar at 20 °C/93.6 °F).
- Th78d deluxe Powered by 2 12g co2 capsules. Also has a thumbhole stock and gold anodized trigger and bolt action lever
- XS36-2 Spring powered, fixed-barreled, underlever rifle.
- XS36-1 Carbine (short barreled) version of XS36-2.
- XS38 Deluxe/Custom Deluxe Spring powered, fixed-barreled, underlever rifle.
- Slavia 630 (Czechoslovakia - Air Rifle - .22)
- Sterling Armaments Company
- Sterling HR-81 (United Kingdom - Air Rifle - .22)
- Walther Arms
- Webley & Scott
- Weihrauch (Germany)
- HW 25 L
- HW 30 M/II
- HW 30 S (S indicates pressure adjustable sports trigger).
- HW 30 K "K" (Carbine) type has a short barrel.
- HW 35 Has been in production for many years, it also has a unique barrel lock.
- HW 35 E A more expensive version with walnut stock and longer barrel.
- HW 35 K "K" (Carbine) type has a short barrel.
- HW 50 M/II
- HW 50 S (S indicates pressure adjustable sports trigger).
- HW 55 "SF" type has no breech locking lever. "T" type has Tyrolean stock.
- HW 57 Underlever Pop-up loading System.
- HW 77 Underlever: This design is widely acclaimed as a classic.
- HW 77 K "K" (Carbine)type has a short barrel.
- HW 80 Introduced powerful spring powered airgunning to the US as the Beeman R1, Classic break barrel.
- HW 80 K "K" (Carbine) type has a short barrel.
- HW 85
- HW 90 Fitted with Theoben Gas Ram System.
- HW 90 K As above, but with a short barrel.
- HW 95 Standard Break Barrel version of the HW 98.
- HW 95 K "K" (Carbine) type has a short barrel.
- HW 97 K Underlever.
- HW 98 Bull Barrelled.
- HW 99 S (S indicates pressure adjustable sports trigger).
- HW 100 S PCP (Precharged Pneumatic) - (S stands for Sporter Stock). Rifle with 14 shot magazine and silencer.
- HW 100 T PCP (T stands for Thumbhole Stock).
- HW 100 K PCP (K stands for Karbine length - also available as S and T variants).