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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By Dennis from USA on 2011-10-03 18:45:13

Things I liked: Every thing. Beautiful air rifel. I rate the price of this Air rifel A+ for value and accuracy.

Things I would have changed: rifel is a tad bit heavy.

What others should know: The weight takes some getting use too. Be sure to check the zero on the open sights before sighting in your scope.

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:3.0

By Guillaume from USA on 2013-05-09 08:25:52

Things I liked: The wood stock is beautiful. Well made, solid and smooth. Excellent overall quality. Fiber optic sights are great.

Things I would have changed: You will definitely need to place the rifle between your legs and use both arms to cock it. The recoil is quite significant and will impact accuracy. I found that the Predator Polymag 0.177 pellets are quite accurate in this rifle. It's pretty heavy, so you will need a bipod if you are shooting targets for a long time.

What others should know: A little bit too expensive. If you don't mind having a plastic stock, you can buy something more accurate (I love my Gamo Varmint HP) and cheaper. Even though it is sold as a Browning rifle, it is made in Turkey, so I am thinking it's a rebranded Hatsan.

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    By Guillaume from USA on 2013-05-09
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    Things I liked: The wood stock is beautiful. Well made, solid and smooth. Excellent overall quality. Fiber optic sights are great.

    Things I would have changed: You will definitely need to place the rifle between your legs and use both arms to cock it. The recoil is quite significant and will impact accuracy. I found that the Predator Polymag 0.177 pellets are quite accurate in this rifle. It's pretty heavy, so you will need a bipod if you are shooting targets for a long time.

    What others should know: A little bit too expensive. If you don't mind having a plastic stock, you can buy something more accurate (I love my Gamo Varmint HP) and cheaper. Even though it is sold as a Browning rifle, it is made in Turkey, so I am thinking it's a rebranded Hatsan.

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    By Dennis from USA on 2011-10-03
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    Things I liked: Every thing. Beautiful air rifel. I rate the price of this Air rifel A+ for value and accuracy.

    Things I would have changed: rifel is a tad bit heavy.

    What others should know: The weight takes some getting use too. Be sure to check the zero on the open sights before sighting in your scope.

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