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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Earl from USA on 2008-03-03 07:55:20Things I liked:Every thing. The accuracy is great. People the come to my house I try to get interested in airgunning. This pistol has been the best thing to use.
Things I would have changed:It is hard a first to load pellets into the gun.. With a little practice is will become easier. I use round balls most of the time in this gun and they shot great.
What others should know:I did have the problem of leaking air after cocking. This happened about 15 times, it was always corrected by re_cocking the gun again. Sometime it would take 3 or 4 re_cockings to clear the problem. I now have about 500 shot thru the gun and have not had a problem with the gun leading air again in the last 400 shots.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By DAVID from Canada on 2011-06-05 11:06:12Things I liked:pyramid air's return policy
Things I would have changed:my purchase decision.
What others should know:The pellet loading is at the muzzle end and the loading orifice is sharp and can cut your finger, perfect for introducing lead into your bloodstream, if the sharp edges protrude they will damage the o-ring. The pistol shot is weak, the accuracy is poor and if you get close enough to hit the target reliably you are vulnerable to ricochet because at the low FPS rating any non-pointed pellet just bounces off. The placement of both sights makes it awkward to position your hand for an already difficult cocking procedure the result is the rear sight pokes into your palm or you disturb the red dot sight position. The red-dot sight blocks a lot of light and is hard to see through if its cloudy or dimly lit. The glass for the red-dot reticule is not the same shape as the red dot housing and gaps are visible in the top right and top left corners.