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Things I liked:Wood stock,all metal construction including the trigger and guard.A very solid feeling air rifle.Accuracy is top notch-quarter size groups at 15 yards.
Things I would have changed:Possibly quality of the rear sights could be better-perhaps being sold with Williams type sight from the factory.
What others should know:I mounted the Williams peep sight on my rifle right away and am very happy with the setup.
Things I liked:Simplicity, caliber, "real" parts (wood and metal), little recoil and size. I can keep groups inside 1/2" at 10yds and I'm not a good shot. (But grouping is no good if the group is not on the target. Read on...)
Things I would have changed:Front sight (like many others), I'd like a cheek rest on the stock, add a OEM pump lever damper to reduce the slam of the wood against steel. (I'm afraid the wood will crack with time) Not a fan of the triger.
What others should know:This is a good gun. Scubbing $20 off the price would make it much better. The pump action is a pro and a con. Pro is that it allows for variation in power, con in that it is not convenient or easy to pump after ~5. My sample has what appears to be a "regular" quality issue. The rear sight will not adjust enough to hit a target 10yd out. It is always left. At 10yds groups are ~1" left of center. I have ideas on how to make it right. The front blade is a "invisible" in some settings. A bright colored edge could help (fiber-optic?) I mostly use for target shooting. Have taken a rabbit with it. I think the trigger is, at best, average. Very little stage 1 and to deliver the pellet, takes a good deal of effort.
Things I liked:Rear sight, great inexpensive design to adjust windage and elevation, well done. Adjustments fine enough to sight the rifle in well, with respect to it's accuracy potential. Accurate. I did my sighting in with 4 pumps, one hole accuracy at 10yds, 10 rounds. Feels like the one I shot when I was a kid. Every other updated model out there now feels like a toy that I'll break the plastic receiver if I man handle it just the wrong way. This feels like a rifle. Wood is well done, not some pressboard laminate fake imitation.
Things I would have changed:Better front sight, I'll Paint the front sight... gotta get my day glow orange / red out. Directions for windage adjustment missing from the manual.... The two screws that seemingly hold in the rear sight to it's mount are used to adjust the rear sight for windage. Loosen both about half way out and look, and you'll see that when the screws are loose, you than can use one screw to move the rear sight over in one direction within the mount one way, and the other screw to move it the other way (make sure the opposite screw is backed out more than enough for the distance the sight needs to travel). If you went too far one way, you'll have to loosen that last screw up/have it away from the mount, and than turn in the opposite screw till it makes contact and starts to move the rear sight. Once sighted in, leave the screw you last adjusted alone (since it's already against the mount), and tighten up the opposite screw. Hope that makes sense.
What others should know:Others say no windage adjustment, not so, there is. The problem is , the manual says there is, but doesn't tell you how to. Was running out of room in this section, see above in "Things I would change". I did find it to be very accurate at 4 pumps, can always get single hole groups with 10rnds at 10 yds (indoors). But at 7 pumps, groups opened up, and shots started to group to the left 1" (at 10 yds), very consistent. Thought maybe it was me, after pump 7x, and than firing. So alternated, 2 sets of 10 at 4 pumps, than 2 sets of 10 at 7 pumps. Did that a few times. Same results. I found it easier and easier to get the 4 pumps, got use to it. 7 never got easier. But results stayed the same, GREAT accuracy with 4pumps. Good accuracy, and to the left 1" with 7 pumps. Average Elevation was the same ( taking into consideration that the groups opened up ) between 4 and 7 pumps.
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