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Air Venturi V10 Match Air Pistol #121

Air Venturi V10 Match Air Pistol

The Air Venturi V10 Match Air Pistol is a world class performer at a competitive price. You can’t beat the affordability of this air pistol. It’s an affordable choice for anyone in 10-meter pistol competition.

It generates enough power to launch its.177 pellets at 400fps. This means it’s an ideal speed for accurate shooting. This is a good-quality.22 rimfire pistol. It’s a bit heavy, but it’s adjustable to fit almost everyone.




The Air Venturi V10 Match Pellet Pistol is a match-grade pellet gun and one of the better priced guns for the money. You need accuracy when shooting, so the best pellet guns for accuracy are match grade pellet pistols. They’re not the best in power, but they’re very accurate and very consistent.

My first impulse was to get another one, but my wife has made me promise I’d only replace one piece at a time, so I had to wait until I could find an excuse to be without it. So I did a little bit of my own testing with a similar Chronograph, and the venturi V10 Match pellet pistol gets right around 390 fps using 7 grain lead pellets.


I shot about 6-7 rounds downrange on a fresh paper target setup around 30 feet away. I sat with a sandbag up front for stability, and my Air Venturi V10 Match Pellet Pistol shot 6 out of the 7 rounds all in one hole that stretched out to about 1/4 of an inch. The gun is accurate and easy to use. There was just one flyer that extended the grouping to almost an inch. This is not bad for a beginner.


The trigger on the Air Venturi V10 Match Pellet Pistol is fully adjustable, but it is designed for a left handed shooter. It’s made for a right hander, however.

The trigger pull is very light, and it should be good to go for most people.

This is a nice feature of this lens because you don’t need to stop and charge it every few minutes. You just need one pump for full power so it’s much easier to shoot.


The air venturi v10 match pellet pistol is a great air-gun for beginners and advanced shooters alike. It’s got a super tight group size and the pellets come out with such precision and speed, that it will give your shots the accuracy of a much more expensive gun.

Air Venturi V10 Feeling

The Air Venturi V10 Match Air Pistol is an entry level 10-meter match air gun. It’s made to be used single handed, which is evident by its form fitted grip and palm shelf. It has a single-stroke pneumatic powerplant with an adjustable trigger and fully adjustable sights.

The AirForce is a great looking, well-made and well-built airgun. The air-pistol can be fired without any perceptible recoil. The small recoil is due to the fact that it is not an electric weapon.

It’s called the.22 Match, and it’s perfect for taking down small game on the range. Its combination of adjustable sights and lightweight design allows you to hunt with confidence and accuracy. The competition grade rifled steel barrel does not disappoint.


Its single-stroke, pneumatic powerplant delivers consistently high speeds. I measured my results and found an extreme 10 fps spread, even with the smaller pellets. In addition, CO2 doesn’t explode, and there’s no gas leakage.

The V10 is very much not an ambidextrous air pistol. The grip is wonderfully designed to be used in your strong hand, and can even be used with two. It cannot, however, be used in your weak hand with anything like a comfortable or suitable purchase on the gun. Because of this, the V10 is available in both a right-hand and left-hand version. The palm shelf on the grip is adjustable to the user’s hand size, and fits even my large gorilla type hands. It’s a bit tight, but that’s how I want a single handed palm shelf.

Air Pistol V10 Comment

As I said earlier, the accuracy of this gun is stellar. The problem I faced was, how do I show you that? How do I remove myself and my abilities as a factor in the accuracy demonstration? I decided upon a two-fold approach. This gun is meant to be fired single handed from 10 meters….so that’s what I did. However, I fired a 20 shot group. By making the sample size that large, though there would surely be some pulled shots, you can hopefully see a trend in the gun’s capability. This was method one of two, and you can see the results in the picture below. This group is standing, single handed, from 10 meters (not yards) using the H&N Finale Match Light pellets. The target is a regulation size (6.7″) 10 meter target. The orange dots are just to help my poor eyesight. Clearly, the olympic games recruiter won’t be calling me any time soon.


The other method I used to illustrate the capability of the gun while removing as much of myself as a variable as possible…was to cheat. Rather than shoot the gun single handed and standing, I shot it two handed and seated with my arms rested on the back of a chair. Yes, I know that’s cheating…but again…we’re discussing the capability of the gun and not the capability of Donnie Reed. The gun is far more accurate than I am. Below is the 5 shot cheater group from 10 meters, arms rested, using the H&N Finale Match Light pellets.


While this gun has accuracy for days, what it does not have is power or a safety of any kind. Because of this, I would warn against using the gun for anything but target shooting. This is not a hunting gun, and unsuitable even for shooting small birds. The gun produces a smidge over 2 ft-lb of energy at the muzzle, and that will fall off sharply at any distance. I do not consider this a negative aspect of the gun, as it’s clearly marketed and designed to be used as a target pistol. It excels at that task. The right tool for the right job.

When you factor in the comparably low cost of the V10 compared to other dedicated 10 meter air pistols, I’m of the opinion that it’s a great choice for an entry level target gun. It would also be a good choice for plinking or teaching someone how to shoot a pistol accurately. Like I said in my opening paragraph, I truly think this gun is awesome…and wouldn’t be surprised if one made it into my personal collection. I hope you’ve found this report useful, and I thank you for reading!


Donnie Reed is our Sales Manager and general airgun guru here at Baker Airguns. He was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps, and qualified as both a Rifle Expert and Pistol Expert. Donnie is now a competitive airgun shooter, focusing primarily on field target and benchrest competitions. He has won both PCP and piston class field target matches, as well as local benchrest competitions. Donnie also runs the Youtube channel and Facebook group ALL THINGS AIRGUN. His first college degree is in Mathematics and Sciences, but he is still pursuing another in Physics and Astronomy.

Air Venturi V10 Specs

Max Velocity400 fps
Overall Length12.6″
Weight1.95 lbs
Trigger Pull1.5 lbs
Suggested forCompetition
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Barrel Length8.26″
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort20 lbs
Front SightBlade & Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
PowerplantSingle-stroke pneumatic
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Grip SizeMedium

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