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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

    Overall rating:5.0

    Value for money:5.0


    By EROL from USA on 2010-04-05 07:37:48

    Things I liked:Perfect gun. Excellent and consistant accuracy. Gives you pleasure to shoot exactly where you aim. Fiber optic sights are great to aim. Professional. I am fully satisfied with power, accuracy, everything.
    Things I would have changed:I would include a cocking assist handle to avoid arm from getting tired.
    What others should know:I have some add ons-even though not necessary, just to have more fun. Scope is not actually necessary. But items below fit to LP8. 1. Cocking assist handle (actually made for browning pistol and exactly fits diana LP8) This handle enables you to be able to cock the gun without getting tired. (Check Umarex if not available in PYRAMYDAIR) 2. A scope : UTG 5th Gen 6x32AO Bug Buster Compact Rifle Scope, Gen 2, Illuminated Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube, See-Thru Weaver Rings 3. UTG 11mm to Weaver Adapter, Adjustable 4. UTG Premium 1" Rings, Medium, Weaver Mount, See-Thru 5. RWS Meisterkugeln Standard .177 Cal, 8.2 Grains, Wadcutter Pellets (I used other types of pellets as well. But. I have best results with these pellets. 6. RWS Rifle Shooter's Kit, .177 Caliber - for maintenance 7. Crosman Airgun Ammo Pouch, Holds 500 Pellets 8. Gamo Cone Pellet Trap (good for safe indoor shooting) And, I like shopping from Pyramydair because of its customer oriented perfect customer service.
    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

    Overall rating:2.0

    Value for money:1.0


    By TK101 from USA on 2014-05-05 20:43:29

    Things I liked:I like the feel,it points well, very nice gun--accurate...when it was working.
    Things I would have changed:I own a few RWS systems, I love my model 52 in .22 cal.
    What others should know:The newest one I have is a LP8 pistol which FAILED AFTER AROUND 400 SHOTS. I have never had an RWS system fail--my mod. 52 is 30 yrs old and still does the job and never had a problem. This is a surprise to me. Disappointing---for this kind of money, I expected this pistol to last as long as my 52--not happening.
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      Value for money:4.0 4.0

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        By VLADIMIR from USA on 2009-06-28
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      5.02 ratings
      Things I liked:Additions like ambi grips, scope rail, and ambi safety are what I was looking for.
      Things I would have changed:I'd protect the front sight with a globe.
      What others should know:The reason for inacuracy in your shooting technique. NEVER rest a spring-piston gun on anything solid. Sand bag is no exception!
    • Overall rating:4.0 4.0

      Value for money:4.0 4.0

      Accuracy:4.0 4.0

        By russ watts from USA on 2009-06-27
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      0.00 ratings
      Things I liked:A most sinister-looking air gun! Break-barrel action feels very clean and solid - imparting the kind of satisfaction the Germans are noted for in all of their manufacture of goods. Convenience of a break-barrel in a pistol is an idea that obviously not all manufacturers are willing to stick their necks out for. Credit RWS for not only bringing a new brand of fun to the hobby, but continuing its effort towards its evolution, as here we now have scope cabability entered into the arena.
      Things I would have changed:Front plastic sight should be slimmed down - it is too thick and puts too much guesswork into aiming. A hooded, more precise, thin metal front sight as an accessory would prompt an instant purchase from me.
      What others should know:It hits reasonably hard, though I expect a little more sting as it breaks in. I have a lot more experimentation to do with this LP8, including trials of different pellets and usage of a scope. It's base-level performance using RWS Superdome isn't bad, but I know through the process of experimentation, I can realize noticeable improvement.
    • Overall rating:4.0 4.0

      Value for money:4.0 4.0

      Accuracy:3.0 3.0

        By Mark from USA on 2009-06-07
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      4.01 rating
      Things I liked:Very well made. Exceptional safety as far as placement, [both sides] and the ability to re-engage even when cocked. The addition of the dovetail for scope or red dot mounting. The dovetail also has an additional dovetail, a step down, that allows for the use of wider mounts, usually reserved for firearms.
      Things I would have changed:I have difficulty believing the advertised 700 fps. I have not had chance to "chrony" it yet, but the sound of the pellet striking the trap at 25 yds. is not consistent with the advertised speed. Also, RWS could have used "trick pellets", PBS or other ultralights that are notoriously inaccurate.
      What others should know:I'm having some difficulty getting tight groupings at 25 yds. using a bench and sandbag. I have mounted a Bushnell 2-6X32 and a Barska 2X30 red dot, and have tried seven different brands and weights of pellets. So far, the best grouping has been about 3 in. with Cabela's .177 hollow points, [the 7.9 gr.]. I know it's a pistol, not a rifle, but I've had groups half the size with other air pistols. Probably I just not found the best pellet match for this pistol. Could be that this air pistol is not fully "broken in" as yet , though I have gone through over 1000 pellets to date. I'll keep trying different brands of pellets until I find one that this air pistol "likes". (Helps keep Pyramid's profits up in this economic slowdown).
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