1-year limited warranty
List Price $320.00 Save $70.01 (22%)
Want it delivered 06-20-2013
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Average Customer Review5 (92 reviews)
Things I liked:The scope is awesome! The rifle is quiet and accurate. Installing the scope was no problem since the required tools and instructions were supplied. This rifle is heads above my Gamo Varmint Hunter. I get consistant groupings at 25 yards using Beeman Kodiak Match pellets. Pyramyd did a fantastic job of processing my order promptly.
Things I would have changed:I cannot think of anything.
What others should know:This rifle is a bit on the heavy side. but it didn't take long to get comfortable with it.
Things I liked:Made in the USA. This rifle shoot very well. Time will tell on scope and mounts. Like so far.
Things I would have changed:Rifle needs a better stock. The plastic just does not do justice to this rifle. Better quality control. I have plastic on my Rem 700s so I know a good stock can come from Remington. Better trigger, spend the money get Charlies trigger, make all the difference.
What others should know:First rifle sent went straight back, Pyramyd Air are GREAT to work with. Second rifle is a keeper, I just wish the quality in stock was better. Everyone I talked with at PA were eager to listen and help resolve problems.
Things I liked:Both .22 Carbon & .177 Digital Camo versions (I own both.) seem to have a rugged, durable made design, like they can take a beating some. The .22 has been capable of putting shots on top of each other at maybe 25-30 yds., estimating. I've owned the .22 for longer & it's pretty quiet now that it's broken in. It is the pellet impact that is considerably louder than the actual shot. I'm just breaking in the .177 now, but it's looking like it's going to be a smoker, also.
Things I would have changed:Both versions have a rough & hard trigger. It's a lousy design, even if the rifles still can be accurate. Your shots can mess up because of a nudging rifle due to a too hard trigger pull. I'm going to do something about those. Also, the instructions should tell you more about oiling the nitro piston. My .22 was grinding during barrel cocking well after break in period. I couldn't figure out why, so I took the stock off the gun. I found another couple holes that Crosman Spring/Cylinder oil can be used above the trigger area where the piston is housed. I used a few drops of that oil in those holes & the cocking got real smooth. The rifle's accuracy came back also. Why can't they tell us about that stuff instead of grinding the piston all that time expecting that to go away? Good thing these rifles are durable. I will be keeping an eye out for that on my other rifle, also.
What others should know:Leapers True Strength scopes seem rugged & a good choice for accuracy in these rifles. For ammo I'm using .22 Benjamin hollowpoint & .177 Crosman hollowpoint. Both seem like a good pellet for each rifle, but the .177 Crosman hp has a hard fit sometimes. They still seem to shoot pretty good so far, even though that .177 rifle is just breaking in. I won't use too loose fitting pellets in any break barrel airgun. That probably causes extra nitro piston stress. One last thing: If you're using these rifles for pest control...Please sight in your scopes properly first! These rifles have good power & accuracy, but you still need a kill shot. Hit the head/chest area of the varmint because if you don't, then that wounded pest gets away to die suffering. Not only that... if another animal eats that shot dead pest, it's most likely to die suffering from lead poisoning... should the dead pest still have a pellet in it....Just a thought.
Model Assistant Benjamin NPS Air Rifle