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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Frank from USA on 2013-11-30 06:00:15Things I liked:To say it looks real is an understatement, it looks as real as my Ruger Mini 14 (5.56 NATO) with a folding tactical stock, but the 77 actually looks more imposing. It has a solid feel and not one of cheap plastic. The power is there and it goes head to head with few air guns that have a higher rated max FPS. The trigger sucks out of the box, but it is somewhat adjustable. The sling mounts set it aside from most air rifles and is a must in my opinion. My other 3 high powered air rifles cost more, are somewhat more powerful, and have better long range accuracy, but this is my favorite.
Things I would have changed:Now for the bad news, this gun is not for everyone, between the short barrel and the nitro piston, cocking effort can only be described as brutal. I think I tore something the first couple times I used it, but it seems better now, or maybe my shoulder and arm just healed, either way, it’s a work out. Mine shot straight, but too low, so I tried a BSA red dot, but the recoil ate it. I finally put the carry handle back on with a riser.
What others should know:No gun is perfect, but once I got by the cocking and sighting issues, I can honestly say this is my favorite. I just wish they made it in a 22 version.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Richard from USA on 2013-07-28 00:07:19Things I liked:Light weight. Looks just like my AR.
Things I would have changed:Had to send the first one back. Gun was shooting 6 inches low at little under 5 yards. Just tried the 2nd one and it is shooting 3 inches low at the same distance.
What others should know:Don't buy this gun unless you can get a 120 MOA riser for a weaver rail.