Optional accessories shown. Gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
The gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $44.99, Orig.Price $39.99 Save $5.00 (12%)
Earn 35 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: Accuracy! This gun is crazy accurate! Price! This gun is extremely inexpensive. While it may be prone to some problems, it is easy to work on, and WELL worth doing so if necessary. My current gun needed NO work of any kind.
Things I would have changed: I am only going by the comments here, but it seems quality control needs to be improved! And I surmise MOST if not all of the problems stem from a burr on the inside of the compression tube at the air intake port. Easily corrected by disassembling the gun and using 400 grit then 600 grit sandpaper to remove the burr. Lubricate the o-ring seal with a little moly grease, reassemble, and enjoy! The gun should now last a lifetime! And at about $40, this is a BARGAIN!
What others should know: This gun is easily as accurate as any target grade pellet pistol I have ever owned! I own an air venture V10 target pistol and this gun shoots as accurately as the V10 at about 1/8 the cost! So if you are in the least bit able to disassemble a gun and work on it, buy this gun and enjoy it. If it does give you problems, they are easily fixed!
Things I liked: This feels like the real thing and has decent accuracy @ 36 feet.
Things I would have changed: The seals are HORRIBLE and after 1000-2000 rounds I have to change the seals every 50-100 rounds at best.I have used white lithium grease for lube to no avail and 3 in 1 oil with the same results. This pistol is not worth the price of shipping let alone the price of $35. I truly got just what I paid for, a learning experience to never try to cheap out on an air gun again.
What others should know: If you make this investment purchase a case of seals and what ever lube you choose you WILL need it all.
Things I liked: Cheap feels similar to a real pistol semi easy to cock load and shoot.
Things I would have changed: I wish I would have saved my money and put it towards a real air pistol. Shot a couple thousand rounds thru it and had to change the seals. Now have to reseal it after 50-60 rounds. What a piece of junk. I have put new seals in it 4 times in 1 week I am done with this paper weight.
What others should know: DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PIECE OF CRAP.BTW..Not a problem with Pyramid Air though. They are a great company I will buy from them again. Like 1 of their techs told me in a chat one day you get what you pay for and he is absolutely right.
This gun full metal? Give a quick answer
Quick answer is no, it's mostly plastic.
What is it made of
The trigger blades on my 2 are differently steel not plastic.
Mostly plastic; a very tough plastic. The bottom frame has steel rails along it's insides to strengthen the frame and allow stronger pin points. The barrel is rifled steel housed under the top "slide". The air cylinder and piston are aluminum. The trigger mechanism is steel; the trigger is plastic, but the trigger bearing on the sear mechanism is steel. The entire trigger mechanism, housed under the right side grip frame is rather complex; extraordinary! The rear sight is steel inset into rails molded into the top frame and is elevation and windage adjustable by screws. The plastic fiber optics, both front and rear are excellent, but rather delicate. My first P17 has over 4000 pellets through it.
would i have any trouble with getting one to Australia?
|Max Velocity||410 fps|