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0.177" (4.5mm), 600.0 fps, Hardwood, Ambi, Brown
Easy to maneuver, accurate, easy to cock
600 fps w/PBA ammo, 530 fps w/7.9-gr pellets
1-year limited warranty
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Average Customer Review4.5 (60 reviews)
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Things I liked:i like the fact that the gun works the way its soppose to unlike alot of other rifles. the break in the barrel is less than stated it almost breaks itself. it has 2 triggers one is a set trigger and the other engages the shooting cycle its great...it shoots accurately at 25 yards and goes through a full bottle of water through and through.....oh and the bottle popped up off the 2x4 about 3to4 inches and fell on the ground great gun for the dollar great gun in general.
Things I would have changed:the stock is a little thick for a kid to wrap his hands around. the rear site is weird but once dialed in its a great shooter. i dont have the target rear site i bet that one would make it a real tac driver. but a bug buster on it and call it a day you wont be disapointed
What others should know:i used premier dome in the box 7grains it shoots them well. i am extremely happy with this gun you will be able to take out small game with it all day everyday as long as you do your part. the gun surpassed all my expectations and then some. oh the gun is heavy so it helps with the recoil its virtually recoilless....almost 0 recoil if there was a recoil scale of 1 to 10 its at a .5
Things I liked:Exceptional accuracy, good trigger, easy cocking, and not hold sensitive.
Things I would have changed:The Bronco needs a higher front sight, or should be shipped with two shims to raise the sight. The rifle needs a more easily adjusted rear sight. The comb of the stock is thin and pointed at the front and is uncomfortable if you shoot with your face well forward. Extending the comb forward another 1.25" would solve the problem.
What others should know:The iron sights on my refurbished Bronco, shot much too high at 10 meters, 3.5" high at the lowest setting and 1.5" high with the stepped ramp removed. The Williams 5D could not be used without removing wood from the stock or taking some metal off the bottom of the slide. Installing two front sight shims from Air Venturi corrected the problem. Two shims worked nicely for the 5D, but one would probably be sufficient for the iron sights. I would order two to be safe. The Bronco is very accurate and should be able to keep all its shots in or on the 9 ring of the NRA 10 meter air rifle target. The trigger is a bit mushy but, except for match rifles, it is one of the better stock triggers I've encountered. I've shot the Bronco switching between a 4X Center Point and the 5D and it is a pleasure to shoot with both. It shot well with both RWS Basics and H&N Excite Econs. Five shots, at 10 meters, with both pellets, at the same target, went into one hole measuring .302" edge to edge.
Things I liked:I like the design of the rifle and the open sights are nice for a plinking gun. The light cocking effort is also nice.
Things I would have changed:After trying about 30 different pellets in this gun, I could not find one that grouped better than .441 inches CTC for a ten shot group at 10 yards. Most all other pellets were above .600". Also, the cocking and trigger are very gritty even after around 1500 pellets.
What others should know:Shame on me for not catching that this particular gun is a dud in terms of accuracy. It should have used the 30 day money back guarantee, but I didn't start using it until then. Lesson learned. Even though my experience with this gun is not good, I would still trust the reviews this gun has received.
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