Pellet Pen, Holds 20 .177-Cal Pellets

Air Venturi Pellet Pen, Holds 20 .177-Cal Pellets
Review entered on 2011-11-13 18:44:06

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By Robert from USA on 2011-11-13
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Things I liked: My wife chuckled at me when I bought this speed loader, but now she is the one who carries it with her when we are out assassinating tree rats.

Diana RWS 350 Magnum Striker Combo. 177, TO5

Diana RWS 350 Magnum Striker Combo. 177, TO5 Air rifle
Review entered on 2011-12-04 10:04:16

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By Robert from USA on 2011-12-04
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Things I liked: I like the weight of this air rifle. I previously owned a Gamo Silent Cat that I recently returned to a big box store, and it felt like a toy in my hands. I make Winchester Model 70 hunting rifles for a living, and the Diana RWS 350 Magnum is comparable to the fit and feel of these bolt action rifles. I also like the Leapers scope that came with the rifle. It initally was moving in the mounts, but nothing a little blue Loc-Tite on the mounting screws couldn't take care of. Much to my surprise, this Striker Combo came with a Plano hard case. Not a bad deal at all when you consider that I bought all of this for only $125.00 more than the Gamo Silent Cat.

Things I would have changed: Nothing wrong with the rifle combo package.

What others should know: This air rifle is difficult to cock. I don't have a problem with it, but my shooting partner wife does. If you do plan on buying the .177, and you plan on shooting this rifle in a residential neighborhood to kill nuisance squirrels, this rifle does make some noise depending on which ammo you choose. PBA pellets will sound like a .22 rimfire. I have been using the H&N .177 Match 10.65 grain round nose pellets, and they are not nearly as loud as lead pellets in the 8 grain range.

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