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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Maurice from USA on 2009-10-06 20:31:08Things I liked:Great Balance, nice beech stock, all parts are finished in smooth consistant style, power adjustment is accurate when dialed fron lowest to highest then back again, all verified over chrony, found min with CPHP from 352 to 976 Fps and using mid range setting to be 860 , shoot .23" groups at 25 yards, .6" at 50 yards on a breezy day that was moving backstop!!! The rifle is a bit large, but with excellant balance, trigger is great, I set it at 1.1Lb with smooth , consistant take up, crisp release. Oh yes , My rifle is .22, gives you 20% better chance of hitting target, after you dial in distance settings, will mostly use indoors at 25 yards
Things I would have changed:Price, option for iron sights, adjustable butstock
What others should know:My rifle has been tried by International, National champs and have expressed a very solid respect for the package, considering my gun is the luck of the draw with no "cherry picking" from inventory. It will not be forsale . I prefer a solid piece of wood in a stock thus I picked Beech, but if Walnut is your thing , do it.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By ENRIQUE from USA on 2011-06-19 22:22:10Things I liked:This review is a complement for my previous review and it is also applicable for S410, S500 and S510....
What others should know: I want to make a recommendation for other owners: Use the power adjustments in favor of your economy. If you set the power one line before full power (3/4) you can have the same accuracy with Benjamin Discoverys than the one you have with JSB 18gr with full power, but you will have more shoots per fill. If you need to hunt something larger you can switch to full power and load a JSB or a Kodiak extra heavy. Then you will have one rifle for all your small-medium hunting needs.