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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:4.0

By Roman from USA on 2007-09-08 11:36:18

Things I liked: It's a beautifully made rifle right out of the box, and you can stay with the sights it comes with, especially with the .177 version - see below.

Things I would have changed: This thing has almost too much power. It's hard to cock, so don't think this is an airgun you'll shoot all day without breaking a sweat. For this much power, a muzzle brake would be good. Using different pellets, they generally hit in tight enough groups, but those groups can be as much as 8 inches apart at 20 yards.

What others should know: Use heavy pellets! - such as the Crosman Premier domed pellets, 10.5 grain - these tend to be the most accurate. Don't use pointed pellets (my RWS Superpoints go all over the place, they're just too fast).

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

Accuracy:5.0

By Dexter from USA on 2007-10-04 19:39:00

Things I liked: accuracy---no recoil

Things I would have changed: lower the compression in the chamber

What others should know: very difficult to load.you can break out into a sweat after some shots

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    Things I liked: accuracy---no recoil

    Things I would have changed: lower the compression in the chamber

    What others should know: very difficult to load.you can break out into a sweat after some shots

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    By Roman from USA on 2007-09-08
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    Things I liked: It's a beautifully made rifle right out of the box, and you can stay with the sights it comes with, especially with the .177 version - see below.

    Things I would have changed: This thing has almost too much power. It's hard to cock, so don't think this is an airgun you'll shoot all day without breaking a sweat. For this much power, a muzzle brake would be good. Using different pellets, they generally hit in tight enough groups, but those groups can be as much as 8 inches apart at 20 yards.

    What others should know: Use heavy pellets! - such as the Crosman Premier domed pellets, 10.5 grain - these tend to be the most accurate. Don't use pointed pellets (my RWS Superpoints go all over the place, they're just too fast).

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