1-year limited warranty
List Price $190.00 Save $30.01 (15%)
Want it delivered 12-11-2013
Order it in the next 21 hr and 7 min, and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review4 (11 reviews)
Things I liked:I wanted an easy to load, really good iron sight low power pellet gun to round out my 40 or so airgun colletion. Like to sit in a chair and shoot at targets about 25 meters away. I was pleased at the the sights (only needed to raise it a bit - windage setting were right on). Also pleased to see it easy hit my 100 ft target, despite it's low power.
Things I would have changed:a bit on the heavy side but that is the price you pay for a wood stock.... note lots of wooden stock guns are heavier than this one.
What others should know:this could easily become by favorite air gun. nice not to mess with scopes, red dots etc. petty much just open the box and shoot. nice quality, traditional gun (note the traget pro version is the one with the good sights)
Things I liked:Love the fit and finish - it just feels very substantial. Can't comment on accuracy yet - still getting used to the gun.
Things I would have changed:If you don't break the barrel in one smooth motion (and you hesitate) it will not set the automatic safety, and the next time you try to fire things will be a bit flaky. Not huge deal for us, but may be a concern for others.
Things I liked:The Air Venturi Bronco Target Pro Air Rifle - I liked the light weight, rubber butt pad, easy cocking, quiet shooting, adjustable peep sight, short stock for smaller shooters, surprisingly accurate for only a 9" barrel on my 36' indoor range. In my opinion this is short range target/plinker designed for young or new shooters, and it fills that bill pretty well.
Things I would have changed:I didn't care for the blond stock. The quality wasn't obvious when looking at the gun, as a matter of fact, it looked like a cheap Chinese gun to me therefor overpriced. The really fine Williams peep sight wouldn't adjust low enough to be in range without shimming the front sight up about 3/16". I used some cardboard to temporarily shim mine, but PA sells shims made for this purpose, and I believe they should be included with the gun rather than having to order them later with the additional shipping charge and delay.
What others should know:My Bronco made unusual mechanical noises when being cocked, a worrying grinding/ clunking noise that didn't give me any confidence in possible longevity. Several times during the time I had the gun the automatic safety malfunctioned, something I wasn't willing to accecpt on a gun that my wife and grand kids would be shooting. I returned the Bronco for replacement but they were out of stock, then delayed again. By then I was second guessing my choice so I requested PA send me another different style rifle.
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