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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By dave from Canada on 2012-09-22 16:14:56

Things I liked: I was really surprised with this gun. Very accurate, the construction is strong and full quality. The scope is very good, adjustable (focus and distance 9x) and luminous. The quality of this gun is very impressive as a firearm,it's not a cheap air rifle. Stock is extandable with butt plate, for more comfortableness and to adjust your position with the length of your arm. The lever assembly is strong and solid. The sight, if you shoot with no scope, is in fiber optic, very luminous and easy to spot your target.

Things I would have changed: nothing special

What others should know: A little bit heavy but this is the price for the durability and quality. Browning = quality and durability. Beware when a person say that an air rifle is not accurate.... the accuracy is on the back of the scope....remeber , who adjust the scope?? If you change the pellets you may have to adjust your scope.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:3.0

Accuracy:4.0

By Colli from USA on 2015-07-10 00:21:00

Things I liked: I have the wood stock model. I love the look of the stock. The build quality is top notch. I have no operational issues with the gun. I limit the use of this gun to looking at it. It is my one, 'buy-it-because-it-look-good' gun. Really I had no other intension for the gun.

Things I would have changed: 1) It is a bit on the heavy side. Perhaps the polymer stock is less weight (?). 2) the distance from trigger to pistol grip is long. I have avg man hands and it is at the limit of good finger control. 3) The gun does have a good kick to it.

What others should know: I'm loving it. I would rather have had the .22 version, but I'm ok with the .177. I have shot mine a few times without incident. It shot as I expected. I hit the target 10 yds out.

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    By Colli from USA on 2015-07-10
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    Things I liked: I have the wood stock model. I love the look of the stock. The build quality is top notch. I have no operational issues with the gun. I limit the use of this gun to looking at it. It is my one, 'buy-it-because-it-look-good' gun. Really I had no other intension for the gun.

    Things I would have changed: 1) It is a bit on the heavy side. Perhaps the polymer stock is less weight (?). 2) the distance from trigger to pistol grip is long. I have avg man hands and it is at the limit of good finger control. 3) The gun does have a good kick to it.

    What others should know: I'm loving it. I would rather have had the .22 version, but I'm ok with the .177. I have shot mine a few times without incident. It shot as I expected. I hit the target 10 yds out.

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    By dave from Canada on 2012-09-22
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    3.52 ratings

    Things I liked: I was really surprised with this gun. Very accurate, the construction is strong and full quality. The scope is very good, adjustable (focus and distance 9x) and luminous. The quality of this gun is very impressive as a firearm,it's not a cheap air rifle. Stock is extandable with butt plate, for more comfortableness and to adjust your position with the length of your arm. The lever assembly is strong and solid. The sight, if you shoot with no scope, is in fiber optic, very luminous and easy to spot your target.

    Things I would have changed: nothing special

    What others should know: A little bit heavy but this is the price for the durability and quality. Browning = quality and durability. Beware when a person say that an air rifle is not accurate.... the accuracy is on the back of the scope....remeber , who adjust the scope?? If you change the pellets you may have to adjust your scope.

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