Are SMK rifles any good?

Are SMK rifles any good?

Sportsmarketing are a huge supplier to the airgun scene, and are undoubtedly synonymous with value-for-money fare. That said, whilst they cater for the budget shooter who may well be feeling the pinch, overall quality and performance is creeping up across their range; and the gun on test here is a classic example.

Is Artemis A SMK?

SMK ARTEMIS P15 Compact Side Lever PCP full power air rifles available in . 177 as well as . 22 calibre. A true full size rifle with a titanium air cylinder and a fully regulated action….

Action Bolt
Length (total) 26″
Weight 4.4lb

What is Artemis?

Artemis, in Greek religion, the goddess of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation and of chastity and childbirth; she was identified by the Romans with Diana. Artemis was the daughter of Zeus and Leto and the twin sister of Apollo. Among the rural populace, Artemis was the favourite goddess.

Is the Artemis M16 regulated?

SPA Artemis M16 is an affordable PCP air rifle designed for target shooting. The beautiful beech stock is outfitted with an ambidextrous cheek rest and rubber buttpad for recoil absorption. This model also comes with a built-in pressure regulator.

Did the god Apollo have a wife?

Apollo never married, but there once came a time when he came very near to marrying. This story occurred in Aetolia, in West Greece, with the beautiful princess Marpissa. Marpissa’s father, King Evinos, was a son of Ares, the god of war, and therefore a very skilled fighter.

Who killed Apollo’s God?

During the Trojan War, Apollo fought on the side of Troy. At one point, he sent diseased arrows into the Greek camp making many of the Greek soldiers sick and weak. Later, after the Greek hero Achilles defeated the Trojan Hector, Apollo guided the arrow that struck Achilles in the heel and killed him.

Who was Apollo’s lover?

In Greek mythology, Hyacinth was a very beautiful Spartan prince and lover of the god Apollo. Hyacinth was also admired by the God of the West wind Zephyrus, the God of the North wind Boreas and a mortal man named Thamyris. But Hyacinth chose Apollo over the others.

Who was Apollo’s greatest love?

nymph Daphne
The most celebrated of his loves were the nymph Daphne, princess Koronis (Coronis), huntress Kyrene (Cyrene) and youth Hyakinthos (Hyacinthus). The stories of Apollo’s lovers Daphne and Kyrene can be found on their own separate pages–see the Apollo pages sidebar.