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Earn 170 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||685 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-8 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: This gun is super light and very accurate I bought the Williams peep sight put it on and shot an inch group first five shots from 25 yards..I'm consistently hitting Eurasian doves at 40-60 yards with 14.3 crosman premier domed
Things I would have changed: Change the plastic to metal and a better trigger
What others should know: Buy the peep sight well worth 30 bucks
Things I liked: Nice looking, excellent accuracy, surprising power, lightweight, nice balance, and a great value. It's a rifle that has been around for a long time, and for good reason.
Things I would have changed: I had to use some lacquer thinner and clean out the oversprayed black paint inside the muzzle that was initially affecting accuracy. The trigger is pretty horrible but it doesn't seem to hurt accuracy much.
What others should know: The Williams 64 peep sight is a wonderful addition to this rifle. It adds aiming precision and also allows older eyes to aim well without needing a scope. I'm a tall guy and I usually add a slip-on rubber recoil pad to my rifles to get another 1"+ of length of pull. A small size Allen recoil pads fits nicely and can be found for less than ten bucks.
Things I liked: All metal and wood except for trigger guard, accurate, easy to disassemble and modify
Things I would have changed: The rear sight is mounted in such a way that it puts stress between the barrel and pump tube and is known to cause barrel separation after a while (usually years and years but still could be redesigned easily)
What others should know: Unscrew the valve and wrap a lot of Teflon tape around the threads and screw it back together but not all the way, if you did it right you should feel the pump cup mate up to the valve when the pump arm is an inch or two from closing completely. I went from shooting CPHP at about 640 fps at 8 pumps to now shooting a little over 700 fps average at 8 pumps with that modification alone. Also look up the double spring mod inside the valve, your first few pumps will be more efficient
can this rifle be purchased and shipped to california?
Does anyone know what kind finish is on this the stock?
Is there any way to make this air rifle more quiet? Many people compare the sound to a .22
You can actually purchase a moderator adapter and attach a moderator. I found one on E-Bay.
I have the older model 342 and theres really no way to make it quieter . Mine is quieter than a 22 .
|Max Velocity||685 fps|