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2-year limited warranty
List Price $325.00 Save $45.01 (13%)
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Things I liked:This is NOT the first .25 Cal. Rifle I own. so here is the Scoop Guys. For a small .25 Cal is accurate to 55' 65' with a good grouping. You are not going to miss a Sparrow. It is very smooth on the Trigger and that is a plus for accuracy. It handles very nice and tide firm operation by cocking the Barrel. It is lite and you can aim steady. The Scope stay in place with out slip back like some others with a Dovetail. The mounting Screws are Allen! This way it will stay in place in to the stock batter then Phillips screws. I mount a 3- 9x40 Hawke Sport Scope and in about 5 shots I was on 50'+. I also put some RWS oil in the Barrel to clean it. The price? You can NOT bit it to what you get. You can get a batter Rifle, but you have to pay three times the $$$!!
Things I would have changed:NOTHING!!! The gun is ready to go out from the Box! My first shot with out a Scope, just to try out was 120' I hit a little Box 2x3" and I am 69 years old.
What others should know:I own many High End Air Rifles and as a small .25 Cal to compare with my Cometa Fenix 400 .25 Cal, the BSA is more accurate, liter, gas Piston and also about $30 chipper! You can NOT go wrong, worth every Penny. Buy this Rifle, I recumbent it. The only one for me next is the Dianna 52, but, is three times more $$$.
Things I liked:Mine is .25 caliber. GRT = Gas Ram Technology. First shot in the bullseye. Only plastic on gun: sights and a very nice trigger. Two bolts at front require an 1/8" allen and they are angled "furniture-style" into the barrel, the rear loosens with a T-20 at the very substantial METAL trigger-guard. Length of pull is 14" like most, barrel is 18 1/2" and length would be the stated 42" were it not for the huge kickpad which makes it so it won't fit a 44" case easily. It IS the stated 6.6 lbs. and is a beauty to behold.
Things I would have changed:Shorten the length of the kickpad at least a half inch to make it Webley "Stingray" sized, otherwise they're identical in size and weight (Webley is .22 and right at 7 lbs. with spring power).
What others should know:Darkest Walnut stock of my airguns. Nice balance, very solid and well built. No real difference in cocking-effort over my springers. Not quiet, but not as noisy as a PCP either.
Things I liked:Rifle is of nice weight and very pleasurable to shoot. The cocking effort is not to bad and very smooth. This is the first gas piston rifle I have owned and I was surprised by the overall fit and finish of the rifle.
Things I would have changed:I was disappointed in the accuracy of this rifle after reading many positive reviews regarding this gun. I tried several different pellets of different manufacture and weight and still could not achieve any promise of accuracy and yes I used the artillery hold.
What others should know:I sent this gun back to pyramid air with out any hitch. Thanks to their fine customer service I decided to try another BSA super sport because I feel like I just got a bad rifle and I liked the fit and feel of the gun to give it another try. I will let u guys know how the second round goes on the rifle.
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