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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Trigger Pull||8.5 lbs|
|Body Type||Machine gun|
Things I liked: the looks the handling the way it fires everything about it
Things I would have changed: NOTHING
What others should know: buy it you won't be sorry its a great and alot of fun
Things I liked: The gun has a very realistic look and feel. The larger CO2 cartridges are a plus and allow you to shoot about 200 shots without significant loss of velocity.
Things I would have changed: The bipod could be made a little bit sturdier. The flimsiness doesn't seem to fit with the high quality of the rest of the rifle. Some type of speed loader would also be a welcomed change, as the pellet reloading process can be a bit tedious.
What others should know: The gun shoots well, and I've had no jams with over 300 rounds being shot. However, you must make sure that the pellets are seated properly per the instructions. The accuracy leaves a bit to be desired, but the gun was designed for fast shooting fun, and there is plenty in that regard.
Things I liked: The bipod and scope help a lot with accuracy. It's compact, looks cool, the 32-shot clip is great, as is the large CO2 cannister, and even though it's not a magnum, after using it I've had no problem with squirrels getting into my attic this year. Overall I'm happy with the purchase. It's not loud to shoot; it sounds like a nail gun. The squirrels know the difference though!
Things I would have changed: The trigger pull is a bit heavy, and you have to look just right into the scope to see anything. A 1" scope would be appreciated. One thing I found odd was that the scope which came with the gun isn't high enough to clear the rear fixed sight, so I had to sand it down for clearance (it's plastic.) The scope needs to go all the way back on the Picatinny rail. Even so I have to stretch forward a bit to get a proper sight through the scope, so it would be nice if the scope could move back further. A rubber cheek pad would be a welcome addition, too, and would make it easier to see through the scope. If there had been a .22 model, I would have bought it with less hesitation. I'd be willing to trade more power for less shots from the CO2 cannister, too.
What others should know: Definitely get this version, with the scope and bipod. Don't waste your time without them. You lose a lot of accuracy shooting without the bipod, due to the short length of the rifle and high trigger pull. With the right pellets it's pretty accurate, as long as you use the bipod. Crosman Premier light domed pellets work pretty good, and JSB Predators are very accurate and are my choice for squirrels, even though I haven't fully broken it in yet. I've found it's more accurate when the pellets are pushed deeply into the magazine belt, but make sure you can turn the belt all the way around, in case some pellets are in too far. Don't bother buying a case for it' it's included even though it's not mentioned. (I made that mistake.)
|Max Velocity||600 fps|