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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
By Tom from USA on 2010-02-04 15:00:25Things I liked:Of course I like the Bronco--I helped design it! I really like the straight Western-style stock that eliminates the need for a high Monte Carlo cheekpiece to raise your eye up for a scope. This rifle comes up to the right place naturally. And the easy cocking is another major plus. The Bronco was designed for older children, though adults will find that it suits them very well. The light cocking will make you want to shoot it all day long. I also love the two-bladed trigger that tells you absolutely when the transition is made from stage one to stage two. My test rifle trigger breaks at just 30 crisp ounces! You will be showing it off to your friends. The accuracy is another plus. Just because this is a plinker doesn't make it inaccurate. And it is completely ambidextrous.
Things I would have changed:I would like to have a solid hood over the front sight. For now you can just remove it.
What others should know:The Mendoza rear aperture sight will make the Bronco a delightful informal target rifle. Don't oil the piston seal until it squeaks during cocking. Crosman Premier pellets and Premier hollowpoints are very accurate.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Bobby from USA on 2013-05-11 18:48:30Things I liked:The gun was solid feeling and easy to cock and the trigger was great.
Things I would have changed:For what's it's made for, it's a great gun. If you are looking for something that will knock down cans this isn't the gun for you. It puts holes in paper and that's about it. Not much power and certainly not as powerful as the specs say, or perhaps I just got a gun with no zip in it.
What others should know:Pyramyd does what they say. I returned the gun after shooting a few pellets through it and realized it wasn't for me. They fully refunded the price less shipping charges, which seemed fair to me. Replaced it with a RWS 34 and that's a real pellet gun.