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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Lead Pusher from USA on 2012-05-29 20:07:23Things I liked:very light easy cocking fairly good shooter. seems very picky for pellets.
Things I would have changed:better iron sights
What others should know:Even my 8 year old daughter can handle this rifle all on her own. It did not like RWS, Beeman pellets. Seems to be doing alot better on Gamo pointed. and okay with crosman premiers. HAHA cheaper pellets is okay with me.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Matt from USA on 2011-12-30 23:45:40Things I liked:Very light weight, compact and very quiet. Stock is has a good feel and look to it. Many pellets had consistent velocity. I prefer skenco blue arrow in this gun for the high fps, easy to load in the barrel and and they are accurate. The gun is easy to cock and shoot.
Things I would have changed:C'mon, scope should come with scope stop rings. The rifle has the notch for the stop. Even though this is a lower power springer, scope creeps unless you use thread lock on the ring screws. Box says 750 fps with pba ammo- no way, I doubt it.
What others should know:FYI chrony numbers, avg 5 shot fps: h&n trophy green 5.56gr= 559, skenco blue= 588, jsb exact rs 7.3gr= 506, jsb exact 8.4gr= 468, h&n barracuda green 6.4gr= 453, gamo red fire 7.8gr= 445. Gamo claims 525 fps for lead, so light lead pellets are reasonable close to that claim (jsb rs hit a high of 511 fps, maybe rws hobby 7.0 gr would hit 525).