If you mean the standard 12 gram CO2 cartridges, they are not reusable.
Use C02 to propell the pellet
Are you talking about an airgun pellet? If so, then hitting the sheet with force will deform the pellet. If it's a air-soft plastic pellet it will most likely shatter or at least crack or chip the pellet. Never reuse a pellet after it has been fired. It may damage the gun.
It can be referred to as a pellet gun or air gun.
No. A pellet gun would use compressed air.
I think you mean pellet gun. That is a gun that fires a small lead pellet but does not use gun powder. It uses compressed air or compressed gasses to push the pellet.
No it should not. Are you sure the air gun is a .22 caliber not a .25 caliber. Air you loading it right? Are you loading it through the breech? You are using an air gun not a real gun.
Colt makes a 1911-A1 Pellet gun made by Umarex. I know of no BB gun unless you are asking about an Air Soft gun. The Pellet gun is very good. I can not answer about an Air soft gun.
Actually a BB gun is an air gun. But an air gun also includes pellet guns and rifles. BB guns are the bottom end of the air gun family. Pellet guns are more accurate than BB guns and they usually cost more.
Air rifles use compressed air or C02 to propel the BB or pellet. They do not use gunpowder. Their is no bullet shell and bullet just the BB or pellet.
Not necessarily, but similar. An air rifle can be a BB gun, or it can be a pellet gun. Pellet guns are rifled, have more power, greater accuracy. .
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