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By Ken from USA on 2009-10-01 03:43:14Things I liked:For something this cheap, I wasn't sure if I shoud've bought it but i have no regrets. The Marksman Laserhawk 2021 is the best rifle I know. Its accuracy is excellent and has a 300fps range with a .177 BB. The weight as well is pretty light and actually looks realistic. I would recommend this for anyone who loves rifles.
Things I would have changed:The fact that it uses .177 BB is not bad but it would be better if it were .2 gram. Also whenever you reload the gun, the fire switch goes to safety every time and you have to keep putting it on the fire switch, but overall its pretty good.
What others should know:This is really worth buying. The fps is good for a spring rifle and it is cheap as well. It has a really good HIGH quality plastic and last pretty well. So if any of you airgunners are looking for a good cheap shotgun, this is the one to buy.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Ray from USA on 2011-05-24 11:36:34Things I liked:Lightweight, easy to pump and shoot. Enough velocity for casual plinking and soda cans. Pretty good accuracy. A fun gun.
Things I would have changed:My copy has a serious jamming problem when trying to chamber the next BB. Apparently, the inside diameter of the BB magazine is too large and with the heavy BB follower spring, it will jam the next BB to be loaded up against the bottom of the magazine tube at the receiver end and prevent loading. Marksman needs to change the design of the BB magazine in the loading area or tighten the tolerances of the tube so it confines the BBs in a straight line.
What others should know:I tried eliminating the follower spring pressure on the BB column by using a short piece of pencil eraser in the loading port to restrain the spring handle. That also kept the BBs from falling out of the magazine and gravity feed was enough. The fix helped a little but the gun still generally failed to load BBs unless I straightened out the BBs at the chambering port. I may use it for a wall ornament since it's not worth the effort of returning it and is practically unusable. Not a bad little gun for two sawbucks but it's strictly a paper target gun since mine won't even penetrate a modern Coke or Pepsi can. Just dents them.