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|Max Velocity||550 fps|
|Buttplate||Soft rubber recoil pad|
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Things I liked: It's light and easy to cock. It also looks good. This rifle is much more accurate than I expected for its price. I used several different pellets at 10 yards and had a half inch group. I also like the stock.
Things I would have changed: I changed the scope out immediately and it made a lot of difference in the accuracy. It is actually kind of hard to load because of the design, but not too bad.
What others should know: The trigger is heavy however I think it actually made me more aware of my technique and made me shoot more accurately. This is a very fun gun to shoot and very accurate. Just be ready to use a different scope.
Things I liked: Price - it's the cheapest springer I could find. Great if you want to teach someone to shoot a break barrel and don't want to risk an accident with your prized German shootin' iron.
Things I would have changed: Build a better barrel anchoring system, doubt they will do that though.
What others should know: Bought this to plink in the backyard and begin teaching my son to shoot. Problem is the barrel; it's held in place by a metal sleeve that is in turn mounted into the plastic forend. On the unit I received, the barrel was loose in the sleeve to the tune of about 1mm of play at the muzzle. The sleeve was also loose in the plastic forend, and the forend itself did not lock solidly enough to the main stock. Add up these minor variances and there goes any consistency out the window. At 10 meters, I could get 8 out of 10 to group around 2" shooting offhand, but there would always be a couple of flyers that would open up the group to about 5". Granted, it's a $50 rifle, but if you want accuracy and want to go cheap, try any of the Crosman pumps. Better yet, spend $20 more and go for the Crosman Raven (if you want a youth rifle), or spend $30 more and go for the Crosman Quest (if you want an adult rifle). Bottom line, the fit and finish and overall quality is quite poor, despite the Beeman name on this Chinese import. I'd pass on this one unless you have to have the least expensive springer on the market.
Things I liked: price. i purchased this for my wife and son.very light and easy to cock.more accurate than i thought it could be.wife and son having to take turns,will be getting one more.they love it
Things I would have changed: did not see where was noted to be made in china.
What others should know: looks like a toy until you shoot it. easy for beginners to aim and hit what they aim at.
Could this kill squirrels with a head shot I'm a 12 year old and full time squirrel management country boy looking for a new pellet rifle ( I have killed a squirrel with a daisy 880
can you kill a raccoon with this gun
This would not be suitable for raccoons. I would recommend at least 800 fps and preferably a .22 caliber
what is the cocking effort on this rifle?
|Max Velocity||550 fps|