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Average Customer Review4.5 (184 reviews)
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Things I liked:every thing. nail driving accuracy, very powerful, i only have about a 30 yards in my back yard and i can get a 1 inch group with crosman premier hollow points.
Things I would have changed:a little larger air pressure fill. thats it
What others should know:you need a high quality scope for this gun so you can get all that accuracy out it. also it is very loud so go to tko22.com and buy the muzzle brake it make a big difference, and i have the .22 benjamin it is great for hunting it will go straight through squirrels and rabbits( heart and lung shot). ( the scope i have on my benjamin is a tasco 3-9x50mm) works great.
Things I liked: I was a little hesitate to order this gun because of the price but I'm glad I did. For the money I don't think you'll find a better gun and add in the accuracy this is a very nice well made pellet rifle.
Things I would have changed:Nothing--If its not broke don't fix it
What others should know: I've been into pellet rifles for about 25 years and have had some nice springers (RWS350magnum for one) that I thought was one of the best pellet rifles made but they don't come close to this rifle. I'm getting 24 good shots on a fill and 1" groups at 45 yds.
Things I liked:I bought my .177 Disco directly at the Pyramydair headquarters during their moving sale several years ago. It is light and can be used to teach teenagers and some children because of its size. It is very powerful, but that is not something that particularly interests me. Generally good finish but nothing to rave about. Maybe the newer models are better than mine
Things I would have changed:The pencil barrel it has whips around during firing and kills accuracy. I have tried everything. I tightened the barrel band, loosened it, added a second barrel band, wrapped the barrel and tank together. Remedies worked to varying degrees but not sufficiently. I cannot get a group smaller than 1.5 inch at 20 yd, which may be probably enough to shoot cans. I will sell this rifle as I did not succeed in trying to fix the design issues
What others should know:My Disco might suffice to shoot cans and maybe for pests at SHORT RANGE.