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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Ben from USA on 2011-05-23 10:43:14Things I liked:Awesome power.
Things I would have changed:Lighten the trigger pull, an adjustable trigger would be nice and would contribute greatly towards it's accuracy. Many times while pulling the trigger to shoot I find myself stopping and looking down at the safety to see if its on, it's not. It feels that heavy.
What others should know:This .50 cal. dragon claw is a serious weapon. I got this air rifle to hunt feral hogs and after shooting over 500 rounds through it at various targets, I have no doubt that it has more than enough power to do the job, with well placed shots. It easily punches through 2x4s at 35 yards using 188gr. round balls. As it has started to break in now after 500 rounds the max velocity has gone up a bit, with a 188gr. round ball max velocity is between 750-785 fps for the first 2 shots, with a 3,000 psi fill the 1st 4 shots usually all stay above 700 fps. If you plan on using .50 cal round ball don't get the .490, they will just roll down and out the barrel when you till it down and if you shoot them your velocity will be around 135 fps. The .495 fit better with about 8 out of every hundred that will be too loose. Most .495 round balls acually mic out to .492. I started casting my own using a Lee double cavity .500 (LEE-500-DC)mold, (trackofthewolf.com)is where I got my mold. These mic out to .500-.503 @ 188gr. I get the best accuacy with these at 1.5" - 2.5" at 35yds when I do my part. Also this air rifle "IS VERY LOUD!" Overall I highly recommend this air rifle, good looking, good accuacy, and awesome power. Buy it if you can.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By doug from USA on 2013-07-08 14:38:57Things I liked:I love the power ! even the load Bang !
Things I would have changed:The price , the fact that it is only a single shot gun ! better range of ammunition to be used.
What others should know:I have had a air leak & the cocking bolt was replaced as-well due to how it slams forward when firing, and it was fixed quick and returned to me but came back with the rear wood stock lose as if it is going to break off . how do I tighten this ????