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Things I liked:I read the reviews about the guns accuracy and trigger etc.....all true....5 shots to sight in the scope and then....same hole after same hole after same hole.........my chipmunk population is not thrilled but I just love this gun!!
What others should know:if you can afford it buy a carbon or scuba tank......pumping it up by hand is somewhat of a hassle......I fill it to 2700psi and pump it back up when it gets down to 2000psi.....lots easier than letting it run out
Things I liked:Everything, this gun is hard hitting and accurate. At twenty yards the groups are no bigger than my fingernail.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:After i added a scope and bipod it was a little heavy, but you get use to it and once you see how accurate it is you forget about the weight.
Things I liked:I have reviewed this pellet rifle before. I have the .22 wood. Yes, is really an excellent air rifle. I get consistent headshots on gray squirrels at 40 yards with positive and negative degrees of angle which as a lot of you know ain't easy. So, yes, it is a very accurate air rifle. Today I read the answer to a question on the Pyramid website about the costs involved in running an accurate PCP repeating rifle. The answer given by BB Peletier was that a $500.00 PCP repeater is going to shoot "rings around" a $189.00 Ruger 10/22 unless the 10/22 was tuned up and "tricked out". Scoped, new stock etc. Well, since the Marauder, a fine air rifle, doesn't have iron sights, I am pretty sure one needs a decent scope+ rings before it "shoots rings"around anything, right? Then there is the fact that from a solid position, I can make the same consistent head shots with my 10/22 at 100+ yards, and at 50-75 yards consistent head shots with my CZ bolt action .22 and subsonic ammo as quietly as I can
Things I would have changed:with my Marauder, and neither of those .22 firearms are tricked out, unless tricked out means a mounted Leapers scope. So I really have to take umbrage with BB Peletier's comparison. I like shooting air guns. But there is really no fair way to compare an air rifle, or any kind of air gun at all, with a firearm. The affordable/ entry level hunting rifles,Savage Axis, Remington 770 etc.in .30-06, will all throw a 150+ gr. expanding spire point boat tail bullet downrange with pretty good accuracy to 600 yards, and with a BTHP VLD out to 800 yards with a muzzle velocity of 2800+ fps. No air gun can do that, and I am not aware of any air gun that can ethically drop a deer outside of and air guns can, (without getting one thrown in jail!), such as legally and unobtrusively taking out that murder of crows causing trouble in suburbia.
What others should know:Anyway, I am not trolling or trying to advocate ONLY this or ONLY that. I just do not think that one can compare compressed air to smokeless powder. Each propellant has its uses and I enjoy shooting both very much as I am sure most of us shooters do.
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