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Things I liked:This is an excellent rifle. When shipped it was tested with hobby pellets and yielded 785 fps and 14.4 ft. #, but this is a pellet that it does not particularly like. With Crossman premiers it gives 721.6 fps (1" 10 shot groups at 35 yards, and with JSB Jumbo Heavies it produces 635 fps (3/4" groups at 35 yds., with 8 of the 10 in less than 1/2"). Both at over 16 ft.-# of energy. I also have a TX200 in .177, and the Pro Sport is slightly more shootable for me (I like the balance better,as the TX is somewhat barrel heavy). This is probably due to the fact that I am no good offhand and always use a rest of some kind, or pass up the shot.
Things I would have changed:A sling swivel yoke attached to the front stock bolts so that it could swing forward to clear the cocking lever would be very nice.
What others should know:Both this gun and my TX200 (.177) are not hold sensitive except for using a very loose grip on the trigger hand. Using a loose grip here seems to shrink 30 yard groups from 1" to 5/8" - 1/2" with JSB heavies in both calibers (these being my best pellets to date).
Things I liked:The accuracy, heft n feel makes it seem like its not even an air rifle at all. Very beautiful gun and still very powerful.
Things I would have changed:Safety! Sometimes doesn't engage when u cock the rifle u really gotta use force, I suggest one around the trigger guard n the option of open sights to realy test this rifles potential..
What others should know:This gun is not silent at all. Pretty much jus sounds like a cheap springer u would buy at big 5 but I guess that muffles it good enough for it being a powerful, accurate springer in its own way. But the advertisement does not in any way sound like the real gun in person!!!!
Things I liked:Bought AA Prosport in both .177 and .22 recently--beech stock for the .22 and walnut for the .177 from PA. I shoot them lying directly on a front rest (norman springer artilllery hold not needed) at distances between 50 and 100 feet, sighted in at 20 meters. I cannot believe how accurate and consistent these rifles are with H&N FTT's. The rifles are quite handsome with blueing that seems feet deep.
Things I would have changed:Nothing. I have no problems with the cocking system.
What others should know:These are the most accurate springers I have ever shot. I can see why some reviewers consider them the apex of spring rifles. I've chronyed the .22 at 16.8 ft lbs/717 fps. Have not done the .177 yet