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List Price $168.00, Orig.Price $159.99 Save $10.00 (6%)
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Earn 150 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||47 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Cocking, it's not that bad. I have O.A. and I was a bit nervous, I was going to make a new, longer muzzle brake....no need. It's fine.
Things I would have changed: Trigger l. o. p. seems excessive to me.
What others should know: I have only gotten maybe 50 pellets through it so far, and the gun seems fine to me. It is long and heavy, and being that long it's definitely awkward. I'm learning my hold as I've never really shot pistols of any type before. I'm also using a UTG cqb red/green dot "scope" with a single dot. Wish I had-had more experience with them, I would have gotten something with a more stationary view. I read the reviews, cleaned the gun very thoroughly, and it shoots well. I have no regrets.
Things I liked: It is accurate. I have the .177 caliber and it has good power. Shot it at least 50 times and everything is fine. A very good solid handgun.
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would do if it were possible would be to make it lighter. my personal preference would be to be able to leave the break barrel aid on all the time.
What others should know: Be careful and have fun.
Things I liked: Powerful and accurate
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Worth the money
Can I mount a UTG Weaver/Picatinny Riser Mount, Medium Profile, 0.83" High (PY-A-3404) on this Browning?
I used this adapter on mine and had issues with it sliding. Even fully tightened down, the adapter slides from the anti-recoil. I VERY CAREFULLY drilled a small hole in the top of the gun to receive the set screw on the adapter.
It would have to be a UTG 11mm to picatinny mount UTG New Gen Dovetail-to-Picatinny/Weaver Adapter,... .
is there a shoulder mount for this pellet gun it is a big pistole
I see the Hatsen .22 gets 450 fps while the Browning gets 600 fps? wouldn't the 600fps knock down a squirrel easier than a 450 fps gun?
You can't go by FPS alone. Given the same pellet (weight), 600fps vs 450fps would result in a much higher energy level (knockdown power). Comparisons using only FPS aren't very useful unless you know the pellet weight - Advertisers constantly use alloy pellets to advertise higher velocities and don't tell you that they used light pellets.
I would think so .
|Max Velocity||600 fps|