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Air Venturi V10 Competition Target Pistol
The .177 caliber V10 Competition Target Pistol is the ideal choice for your entry into 10-meter precision air pistol shooting. The single pump V10 is loaded with features typically found in competition match pistols costing much more. The handsome pneumatic target pistol resembles a semiautomatic rather than the single-shot it is, but it doesn't hurt the wallet like most other top-level match air pistols designed for 10-meter precision shooting.
Constructed with a competition-grade rifled steel barrel, the pistol features an attractive, adjustable walnut grip custom fit for right-handed shooters. There is a large palm shelf on the right side that adjusts comfortably to your hand, a thumb rest on the left, and the robust grip has added stippling for superior control. The V10 includes adjustable sights.
Generating 400 fps, the V10's single-stroke pneumatic power plant is free from recoil and vibration thus enhancing the pistol's accuracy. And since the V10 doesn't require CO2 cartridges or high-pressure tanks for filling, operation is convenient and simple. The lightweight V10 features a metal lower and polymer upper for well-balanced overall weight of less than 2 lbs., making it comfortable to shoot. The V10 features a two-stage adjustable trigger that can be adjusted down to .88 lbs.
In addition to its ease and dependability, the low and consistent velocity of the V10 make it a valuable tool for target practice and training. It's quiet too!
Choose the Air Venturi V10 precision air pistol and begin practicing to compete in local and regional level matches today!
A world-class performer with a down-to-earth price.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Cocking Effort||21 lbs|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||1.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: VERY accurate, great trigger, competition style grip, great adjustable sight. I find it easier to load a pellet into it than some other guns.
Things I would have changed: Takes a fair amount of arm pressure to pump. I put the butt on a table, and push the gun closed. I can't see any way to get around this, and I don't want CO2 tanks to buy and change. Unless you have large hands, your best fit will be to shave off some wood for a correct trigger pull (directly to the rear). Doing this, after shooting a few months, has improved my scores (I used a set of cheap wood files) .
What others should know: Use a brand of pellet that is consistent, size-wise (GAMO pellets, for one, are NOT). I use RWS Meisterkugeln, as well as H&N Match. Factory says "DO NOT OIL THIS GUN AT ALL" (I asked them why no oiling instructions?). Also, do not store pumped. I've been shooting this about 5 days a week for over a year. Trigger smoothness and accuracy seemed to have improved over time. Note that this gun used to be sold under the GAMO name.
Things I liked: great gun
Things I would have changed: lower bore canter line manual does not have schematic drawing or lube instructions
What others should know: great gun for the money
Things I liked: Balance in grip is pretty good. Had to modify wood grip for my hand, fits like a glove now. Trigger pull was tested and broke at about 3.25 lbs. Easy to cock piston. Not an Olympic Pistol, but a very good starter with-out costing a VERY PRETTY PENNY. Rear sight is awesome. Three way adjustability, vertical, horizontal, as well as opening width is commendable. First stage trigger adjustment is good. Trigger blade adjustment is very nice.
Things I would have changed: Difficult to load pellets. Chamber is tight and after a while of loading pellets, hurts finger/thumb. Had to make a tool to help push pellets into chamber so that the skirt would not come in contact with seal and become deformed. Out of box accuracy could be a little better. I know that there is a break-in period and I haven't gotten there yet. Barrel needs to swabbed out every 10 or so rounds to get a tighter group. Loads up with lead. Going to try cleaning pellets to help cut down dirt and debris build-up in bore.Trigger adjustment to bring it down to at least 2 lbs. would be nice.
What others should know: Start out at 5 meters until you start getting a tighter group. If you start at a farther distance you could miss your target and you could become depressed because of wide grouping.
What am I doing wrong? When I pull the trigger sometimes, the gun does not fire and I have to re pump. Once it even fired while I was releasing the barrel assembly.
Is there a set of Grips that will work for left/right hand shooters the 747 or v 10? firstname.lastname@example.org
Not at this time
Is there any way to mount a red dot type sight on this pistol?
Not easily. You almost would have to make a mount for it!
|Max Velocity||400 fps|