|The most helpful favorable review||The most helpful critical review|
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Percy from USA on 2010-12-01 23:35:57Things I liked:The accuracy is the frist thing that you notes about the gun and the qualitiy workmanship is very nice also.This gun is going surprise a lot of poeple out there it took the best crosman parts an aded a little rws to it an it on.
Things I would have changed:Not a thing for the money it's better than a lot $300.00 &$400.00 guns
What others should know:Stoeger has a very nice line of guns that will stand up with the best of them.The accuracy was so good out of the box that it was out shooting most of my other guns so i did no wait to scope it put a 4x16x 40 center point on it then macthed it up with some jsb exact's.Now when you get everthing macthed up rite you realy exstract every thing from your air gun this gun is very accurate with power. These wont be a sceret for long good job stoeger.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Dave from USA on 2011-09-07 07:49:54Things I liked:It looks and feels impressive for a relatively inexpensive air gun. With the wooden Montecarlo stock the heft is impressive. It works fine if you do your part and it is as accurate as the shooter.
Things I would have changed: My complaint is that the X20 is by far the most uncomfortable rifle I have ever handled in my 60+ years of shooting. At first I thought it was me. For health reasons I had been away from shooting for several years. Maybe I was over reacting. "WRONG" From my M1 Garand to my Stevens antique .22 and at least a dozen more rifles from several different manufacturers all fit. When I carry or shoulder any of them there is a natural flow and feel at the grip trigger area and beyond.
What others should know: One review I remember said the stock cheek pads enabled a natural hold for a scope. Not so for me! I have to hold my head up free of the stock to use my scope. My only mechanical complaint is the safety. The safety works too well. The X20 safety disengages with a loud click and only after an abnormal amount of pressure. At first I thought it was broken! I have engaged/disengaged it hundreds of times to see if it will loosen up. Perhaps, but only barely perceptible !?? I would not use the X20 for hunting where silence is a prerequisite for success.