AirForce Airguns and Rapid Air Worx to be at 2022 Texas Airgun Show

( Ft. Worth, Texas) AirForce Airguns and its sister company, Rapid Air Worx will be attending and exhibiting at the upcoming Texas Airgun Show in Arlington, TX. The Texas show is one of the biggest and most attended in the US. AirForce has been a participant since the first show. The show offers a wide array of airgun sellers and collectors as well as a range where attendees can fire different airguns.

“The Texas Airgun Show is a very big deal for us,” commented AirForce CEO John McCaslin. “Beyond the fact that it is right in our back yard, the show brings airgun shooters, airgun hunters, and airgun collectors from all over the country.” McCaslin went on to note that, “This is one of the few chances we have to put our airguns into the hands of airgun fans and give them a chance to shoot them.”

Among the airguns available to try from AirForce and R.A.W. will be the AirForce Texan, which has redefined airgun hunting. The Texan is the most powerful production air rifle produced in the US. Also on the line will be the Rapid Air HM1000x, which offers unprecedented accuracy for use in hunting and competition. These air rifles are made in Texas, USA. The company first started operations in Arlington, TX. They have since moved to a larger facility in nearby Burleson, but the company’s roots are in Arlington, which makes this show special to Team AirForce.

The Texas Airgun Show is set for September 24 with a field target match being held September 25. The show opens at 9 AM. Details and dierections can be found at

Established in 1998, AirForce Airguns was the first company to mass-produce high-quality PCP air rifles in the United States. Every AirForce rifle features a German-made Lothar Walther match grade barrel with all other components being manufactured and assembled in their Burleson, Texas-based manufacturing facility. AirForce Airguns, a founding member of the Airgun Sporting Association, continues to work to educate legislators and regulators about airguns on a local, state, and national level. In 2018 AirForce Airguns acquired Rapid Air Worx and continues to manufacture RAW rifles in the original RAW factory in Minor Hill, Tennessee.

Serious airgunning starts at AirForce Airguns.

For more information on AirForce Airguns, visit the websites at and or write to AirForce Airguns, P.O. Box 2478, Fort Worth, Texas 76113.