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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
By Pavel from USA on 2012-06-15 20:39:36Things I liked:Accurate.
Things I would have changed:Stock and trigger.
What others should know:I have shot about 2500 rounds through this rifle and I can tell this rifle is very accurate. I can make less then 1" groups 25 yards away in standing position with open sights. Artillery hold is best for this rifle, but I wouldn't say that it is too hold sensitive. Tried several pellets and I think crosman prem hp are very good. Think that domed pellets would be also good (maybe best). It is not too heavy and not too long. Feels very good. Things I would change are trigger and stock. Trigger is not bad when adjusted, but still heavy to pull, but I do not have problems with it. I would change it for better accuracy. Stock looks very nice but made of plastic, but it feels much better because it has rubber pads on the sides for the left and right hands. First couple hundred rounds it was a little louder then I expected, but sounds ok now. When I took it apart everything inside was dry. Had to "oil" it. Nevertheless I think it is very good rifle.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By SAM from USA on 2013-06-20 11:39:15Things I liked:Price. Looks. Very nice looking rifle. Seemed like I was getting twice what I was paying for. I didn't. Seemed too good to be true. It was. True is the last word I would use in describing this gun.
Things I would have changed:Accuracy. Set up targets at 18 yards. Could not hold a 4" pattern. Talked to tech support. Was told to oil to flush out Turkish grease and shoot a lot to "break-in". Did both. I would have just as good a chance of throwing the gun at the target. My Ruger Mark I 22 pistol holds a 1" group at 18 yards.
What others should know:This gun does not shoot as good as a Chinese Crossman pump pellet gun, but it does look nice.