1-year limited warranty
List Price $200.00 Save $40.01 (21%)
Want it delivered 05-28-2013
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Average Customer Review5 (42 reviews)
Things I liked:i like everything about this rifle, it may be old school but it's still one of the best airguns ever made.
Things I would have changed:this airgun is one of the best. there is nothing i would ever want to change.
What others should know:get one the price is good you get alot of gun for the money. this gun is great for target shooting. as far pest around my place, they've disappeared. and it's also a great smallgame taker too. the groups this gun shoots with open sights is very tight.
Things I liked:The air gun looks nice, with a light and compact stock that mimics a fine rifle.
Things I would have changed:Make the barrel 21 inches long, place the rear sight on the back the air gun not the middle. Put a proper Williams peep sight with a tapered tip, gold dot and full hoop at the end of the barrel as stock. The stock sights on this air gun currently are unacceptable. Greatly taper the end of the rifle so the current thick slab of metal at the end of the rifle as 'sights' do not block the target. I tried the Williams peep sight and it made the air gun a little more useful. The trigger pull is very heavy and throws off the aim. Reduce it to 5 pounds or less.
What others should know:It is unable to hit a target at 50 meters on peep-sights with .25" groupings. This air gun fails in all regards in this price range. Too much cost cutting in production greatly hinders any precision and accuracy as an air rifle. The stock sighs are pathetic and will never hit .25 inch circle at 15 yards. With the Williams Peep sight accessory it can hit a half-inch target at 24 meters. That is until it breaks. Mine lost all it power without warning and misses with every shot. Pellet drop at 16 meters is about an inch at six pumps. The trigger pull is heavy, it has the side-effect of throwing off the aim as the light stock lacks the recoil of a spring piston. Why is the Williams peep sight not included with this air rifle as stock? The stock sights are useless.
Things I liked:Oh my! Amazing rifle. Wasn't expecting much from an old school design. But add the Williams sight and this thing gives my marauder a run in accuracy at 25 yds. It seems to like the crosman brown box 10.5 domed the best.
Things I would have changed:Toss the blade rear sight. Seriously? How could you sell a gun this nice with no windage adjustment? Trigger needs a little work, but can be easily made tolerable. A little on the loud side. Should have bought the .22, wasn't expecting this to be so much fun to shoot. Almost zero room for modification. Pumping takes some effort.
What others should know:Think of it as analog vs. digital. Very mechanical feel as opposed to the on/off feel of a Pcp. There's a little finesse needed in getting this thing to shoot well. But when you get it, the planets align. Get the peep sight, seriously just order the sight along with the gun. Otherwise you'll just have to wait another week to shoot well.
Model Assistant Benjamin 397