Things I liked:Move over 350...you've met your inexpensive Chinese match! Well constructed and finished with good blueing and solid nice looking easy to hold stock. Open sites are quite nice. Chrony just over 1000 with Kodiak Match 10.2 with a firm fit. Supersonic report with cphp 7.9 (loud...not desired...stay heavy). Holding 2 " groups at 60 feet open site with no bench or other supports (sitting-crossleg with elbow on knee). Has as much post fire action as a 410. Minimal hand/grip sensitivity...deep breath and a glorious 2 stage short 1st crisp 2nd trigger. I love love love the trigger. I have not reviewed or mounted the scope during break in. Excellent intelligent Weaver base...good bye scope creep. Actually glad for the auto-safety....easy yet you could not allow for a mistake with this powerful rifle. Newly released model with apparently very little ownership or commentary....astoundingly underowned unit for your collection. Cocking is quite significant...my wife gave up...but after a while it eases to just somewhat hard. I highly highly highly recommend this irrespective of its nominal price (almost too inexpensive). I have contemplated the 350 and 34 and R9 and NPSS and XL (no, I didn't consider Gamo Ex). I have only looked back on my purchase with progressive pleasure. Things I would have changed:Offer in 22....no brainer.....however...with all the varied arguments on 22 vs 177, a heavy 177 pellet is highly effective. Sling attachments would have been nice. Scope (4x32) has not been mounted or reviewed but higher mag would be nice....but you have to love the Weaver mount for whatever you choose. What others should know:Underowned, minimally represented magnum gem at a very very inexpensive price point.
Things I liked:13 gr used in my Ruger magnum brought my fps to 930 with good groupings. My 10.2 Kodiak match were running 1120 which was too hot though also grouped well. Kodiak skirt fir is firmer and better while these were a little loose and could fall out while closing breach. They made my gun quieter and in the 26 fpe range and at a 22 cal weight in a .177. I do like them. Things I would have changed:More in a tin What others should know:Only for super magnum rifles or pcp
Things I liked:It has been 2 months and many pellets since I wrote the 3/26 review. I have been very impressed going forward despite the work out provided. The cocking is smoothing out and becoming somewhat lighter. The Kodiak Match 10.6 still chrony at 1100 (about 27 fpe) and the Predator Big boy 13 chrony at 930. The accuracy is definitely within the hands of the shooter. I'm an offhand shooter and can now achieve 2 " at 45 yds with the simple included 4x32 scope. What also makes this Chinese copy of the 350 so nice is the final solution of Ruger welding on a Weaver Picatinny mount which has yet to allow this scope despite the super magnum power slip. Amazing! The mechanics of the spring/compression are still loud but muzzle report is quiet unless you utilize light pellets with SS results. I check the 1 screw in front of the trigger and the two hand tightening screws for the scope every 25 shots and assure their moderate tightness. I have not tuned this or altered the stock model. I would buy this again without question and I long to add a twin when/if Ruger sells it in 22. The finish remains beautiful and the black plastic housing is excellent and durable. I do follow each shooting session with a Rem oil and cloth wipe down before storing it in a Winchester Walmart 50" soft zipper case hung on a nail. Extreme value, extreme power....and surprise...excellent accurracy.
Things I would have changed:Offer also in 22 What others should know:Very good value for a large heavy very high power pellet gun.
Things I liked:Clear bright view, easy to focus, light on weight, indestructable, inexpensive...large bang for buck....use it on my RWS 48 with one piece UTG Accushot mount Things I would have changed:Nothing What others should know:Unless you are buying an $800 plus rifle, don't put massive money into an air arm that at max you are hunting/shooting at 30-40 yards.
Things I liked:This is the best made fine milled machine for my RWS 48. It does massive damage on ground squirrels and rabbits....I enjoy the 'finished' results much more than the Beeman Crow Magnum. These penetrate well, these disperse their energy early and are highly destructive. For targeting....very accurate. Things I would have changed:I would buy more! What others should know:Buy Mortimer, buy
Things I liked:Very well built, extremely inexpensive...works like a firm rock on my RWS 48 holding a Leapers 3-9x32 with no scope creep. Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:Buy Mortimer, buy
Things I liked:Beautifully milled...like a piece of art....very good expansion in my RWS 48...good 'dispatch' factor on squirrels and rabbits....very destructive.....yet accurate for target Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:This is the best pellet I have yet used in many purchases
Things I liked:Excellent clarity, not too heavy, mag up to 12, AO...I like that it comes with good 4 screw rings...use this with the UTG mount....price is comparatively cheap for a sturdy, lifetime warrantee good performance instrument.... Things I would have changed:nothing... What others should know:I've placed this on my 350 22 Diana Feuerkraft with good results...I use Leapers on all my Dianas
Things I liked:Clean, non-deformed....fit firm and fire consistent speeds in my RWS 350 22 t05 8 land.......most accurate to date at 840 fps Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:try all brands till you find the tightest pattern your barrel can produce...
Things I liked:Absolute magic in my HW30s.....they were clean and undamaged...they were firm fit in the breech and very consistent over the chrony...the pattern was tight Things I would have changed:very overpriced....but I paid it for the beyond excellent results...