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By Lord Kevlar from USA on 2007-09-16 21:41:41Things I liked:If there were a higher rating for accuracy this rifle would get it. Mine has the Beeman Sport Aperture on it--very light and accurate. This rifle was a pleasure to shoot all day long--not tiring like my other magnum rifles. One of my favorite airguns.
Things I would have changed:The power level of this rifle is a bit low for hunting. You could use it for pests (birds and rats), but it would definately be an "expert's rifle" for hunting bigger critters. The power level is right on the edge where it is iffy for squirrels, but the accuracy of this rifle can make up for it if the shooter does their part.
What others should know:I own a Beeman R-7, Webley Tomahawk, Beeman HW-77, RWS Model 52, and RWS Model 40. The R-7 is my favorite for shooting on a Sunday afternoon.
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By Lup from USA on 2008-04-15 00:37:32Things I liked:Accuracy. Light weight. Easy cocking. Nice finish: no nick, no chip, no discoloring. Better finish than all $190 - $450 German RWS I have. Kind of expensive for a little air rifle but it is as good as every other owner said.
Things I would have changed:The scope grooves are really sallow. Deeper grooves would be more desirable.
What others should know:The price for this rifle is going up pretty fast. It has been up over 20% since I bought it a month ago. Grab it if you find a good price. Some think it is under power, but that is exactly what a air rifle for targeting should be. Even the most powerful air rifle can not compete with a 22 rimfire, which is considered "toy gun" round among those big-bang firearm shooters.