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Things I liked:I ordered this gun after sending back a Hatsan 95 vortex. The gun just didn't have the accuracy I was looking for. P.A. customer service was great. After looking at many guns and reviews I decided on the R7. I absolutely love this gun. I'm 62 and I wanted something easy to cock and shoot. I can punch holes in paper and shoot spinners all day. After only about 300 rounds I can consistently shoot 5 shot groups at 10 meters you can cover with a dime. I know this gun does not have the power of a lot of guns but it is perfect for me. The fit and finish of the gun is beautiful and the Bushnell scope is fine for my use. I know this is not a hunting rifle but I have already eliminated several nuisance birds and a gopher,all between 15 and 20 yards. I don't think it would do much beyond that but that's O.K. If I seriously want to hunt I'd use my 22 rifle. If you are looking for a fun gun to shoot,that doesn't weigh a ton and most of all is VERY ACCURATE then you won't be disappointed.
Things I would have changed:I know the price seems high but keep in mind this is a quality Germain made precision air rifle.
What others should know:For me this gun is the perfect backyard and basement plinker.If hunting is your main focus I'd probably get the R2 or R9 instead.
Things I liked:Everything! I'm glad I waited for her to become available. I'm impressed with the clarity of the Bushnell Banner scope.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Eight clicks up and eight clicks right and she was dead on right out of the box. Thus far, 7.3 gr. Air Falcon pellets seem to be her favorite and she propels them at 640 fps.
Things I liked:Everything. This is my first air rifle, and I'm very happy with it. I usually shoot .22 rimfires, so that’s my point of comparison. Excellent build quality, feels very good in the hands, good weight, excellent trigger, accurate and smooth. Bottom line- high quality rifle for indoor shooting and target practice to 25 yds, maybe a little more.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:I’m 6’1” and 200 lbs and it fits me fine. I use it for 25 yd outdoor target shooting and it's pretty near perfect as an indoor shooter due to its low power. At 8.5 meters (around 28 ft), it puts a .177 7g pellet into duct seal just about 1/4 inch, so the pellets are easy to pick right out with tweezers. The Rekord trigger is extremely light- feels like it’s around a pound or even less as it came set up and I haven't felt the need to adjust it one way or the other. The trigger is a little variable in how it feels hitting the second stage- occasionally not noticeable at all and goes right to fire, but most of the time I can feel that very slight stop. Really has me spoiled now. I feel like I need to do trigger jobs on all my rimfires that used to feel pretty good. It does not seem hold-sensitive to me, though I tend to have a light hold to begin with. Not hard to cock but your elbow can get sore after a few hundred shots if you don't rest the butt on your thigh. My wife and an 11-year old boy at the range had some difficulty cocking it, but managed. The Bushnell Banner scope is fine for a low-end scope: clear enough, not finicky about eye placement, and has held zero after thousands of shots (except I had to adjust it slightly after one time when cocking the barrel my hand slipped and it didn’t catch and snapped back into position). The dust cap on mine goes on the objective lens okay but rubs the rail.
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