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Things I liked:compact size, optics sharp & clear Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:This is an awesome little scope. I own 16 springers,most with high dollar optics. I was hesitant to try a Leapers scope because of the low price. But I heard so many good things about them I decided to give them a try. I have not been disappointed. I also have a 4-16X50 & a 4X bug buster-love them all. Amazing optics for the money. This 1.25-4X is the best yet. I do mostly field plinking & small game & pest hunting. I have found that for these uses high power magnification just isn't needed-in fact I rarely turn up my high power scopes above the lowest setting. On the1.25X setting it is just like using a typical red or green dot sight-but with the option of higher magnification available. And of course, if the battery goes dead, you are not dead in the water, you still have a conventional scope. This would be a fantastic scope for a military type rifle or compact hunting rifle & I plan on buying another for just that purpose.
Things I liked:very good power-penetrates wood more deeply than my P1 with same pellets. Accuracy quite good with the right pellet Things I would have changed:2nd stage trigger pull a bit mushy & creepy-but still better than many What others should know:A big, long heavy hog-but not a problem for someone who shoots long barreled magnum revolvers-makes it all the better as a trainer.Muzzle heaviness aids accuracy. Tried to cock it without aid-can be done but not worth it-use the aid! I bought the .177 version-had hoped it would shoot well with medium weight roundnoses-it does OK but best accuracy by far is with crow magnums. Shooting offhand with a 2 hand hold can shoot quarter size groups at 50 feet all day. Bought in .177 because I already have a couple of powerful .22 air pistols but if this were to be your only air pistol I think .22 would be a better choice to take full advantage of the power potential. all in all very satisfied with this pistol-its a steal at just 150 bucks.
Things I liked:amazing power,good trigger,smooth firing behavior Things I would have changed:front sight is too wide,rear is too narrow What others should know:I recently praised the Browning 800-everything I said goes for this gun X3! Mine is .22 caliber-I've never shot a spring pistol in this caliber that shot so flat-it hits an object at 30 yards like right now! The trigger is also quite good & after around 100 shots or so the gun quieted down & the firing behavior became quite smooth-especially for a gun of this power. I like the screw-on metal cocking aid much better than a slip on plastic one-it looks good & you don't have to worry about it moving around or falling off & getting lost.Besides the smooth action & good trigger,fit & finish are also quite good-The Turkish craftsmen obviously take their job seriously.It is a bit hard to cock but this is expected given the power. Anyone who is used to cocking springers shouldn't find it objectionable.Only two negatives-on mine the breech is very tight-I tried silver bears first since I have found them to usually be the most accurate in pistols in .22 cal-I could barely get them to go in. The same for premiers & Napier power hunters. JSB exacts fit pretty well & thats what I've been using. Will need to lap the edges of the opening slightly. I also don't care for the sights-The rear notch is too narrow for the thick front blade-it makes it difficult to take a fine bead on small targets.Perhaps Pyramyd could encourage Hatsan to correct this & maybe offer the choice of black sights in addition to fiber optic. All in all this is a fine gun well worth twice it's asking price.
Things I liked:power & accuracy, easy cocking Things I would have changed:nothing What others should know:I have quite a large collection of springers including guns from FWB, HW, RWS, Air arms & Webley. My purpose in buying this rifle was to have a less expensive but still excellent alternative to having a 1000.00 dollar rig when camping or just knocking about. The gun was extremely accurate & powerful right out of the box. After putting around 500 pellets thru it I installed a Jim Maccari spring kit. This is by far the easiest to disassemble springer I've ever owned-The kit was installed & the gun reassembled in about a half hour. Every springer I own has a Maccari spring if available- Its the easiest way to make an excellent rifle even better. .22 premiers exit the muzzle at 850 fps with almost unbelievable long range accuracy.I have an English made Webley Patriot with a Maccari magnum spring that spits out .22 premiers at an incredible 980 fps but we all know how quickly pellets slow down- Fired out level over water from shoulder height the same pellet from both guns travels about the same distance before it hits. I actually like the 350 better- Its lighter, more accurate, easier to cock & has a better trigger. In fact overall performance is as good as any gun I own. If you want a world class air rifle for under $400.00, buy the RWS 350 in .22 & don't look back- In my experience you simply can't do better at any price!
Things I liked:quiet, vibration free, almost no felt recoil Things I would have changed:TRIGGER!!! What others should know:I've waited a long time to see a gas spring air pistol- would still like to see a super high quality one with an excellent trigger- are you listening HW? All in all though this Benjamin is not half bad for a mere 80.00. It fires smoothly & quietly with very little noticeable recoil. The fit & finish of the metal parts is also quite good. My only real complaint is the trigger- it is downright awful- heavy & with a lot of creep. I put moly grease on the sear- this is a no-no with fine light trigger mechanisms but is safe for simpler, heavier triggers. This vastly improved the pull,the creep is still there but it is smoother & easier to pull. Accuracy is pretty good after you become used to the trigger- I had no problem picking off small pebbles at 20 feet or so. If this gun had a crisp, light trigger it would be a real winner- I for one would be willing to spend an extra 50 dollars or more for a nicer trigger. Don't let the trigger turn you off to the gun though- Its the only gas spring pistol out there right now & it is fun to shoot. For the price you can't lose.