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|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Cocking Effort||19.80 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade and Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.75 lbs|
Things I liked: great looking replica that doesn't need co2 , because it is a break barrel one shot pistol. It has a picatinny rail for mounting scopes. The rear sight can be adjusted for windage & elevation
Things I would have changed: The picatinny rail is 22mm center to center 4 slots, but should be 10mm center to center to allow red dot scopes with 40mm mounting.
Things I liked: Can shoot all day without painful hand.
What others should know: Shoots way off to the left.
Things I liked: Nice-looking, accurate, feels good, light weight, quiet. Perfect apartment gun. Could also be used to scare off intruders or shoot carpenter bees.
Things I would have changed: A globe over the front sight would make it easier to cock, like on the HW 70. Rear sight notch is too shallow.
What others should know: Ideal 1st air pistol. More accurate than any BB gun.
Has anyone done a diy mod on the rear sight to make it better?
Is there some way to tear this air pistol apart for modification or maintainence?
As silly as this may sound, the answer is YES... a good screwdriver, good light, and a table with a cloth to keep the tiny WHATEVERS from bouncing off onto the floor. If, for some reason I could come up with for opening an air gun that RARELY should need any sort of 'maintenance' (high power air guns are a whole different world), I would contact the manufacturer and find out if I could get me a parts blow-out diagram, which is NICE when time to put things back together. The only GOOD reason for even considering opening this one up would be to replace the spring for more power, which then defeats the wonderfulness of this pistol. I can't speak for anyone else, but at twenty feet, I am getting dime-sized groups with two-hand hold using a red-dot, and the main reason is the power. Most match-grade target pistols are not that powerful at all, but VERY dead-on. As for THIS pistol, I wish it did NOT shoot to the left so darn much without the rear sight being ALL THE WAY to the right. I LOVE MY DOT SIGHTS! :-)
Will crosman's Pellgun oil be fine for using on the breach seal ring?
I believe he asked if it would be okay to use on the seal. Yes, Crosman 'red oil', as THEY call it, it will not hurt the seal. But ALWAYS bear in mind that there are some that will.
I got my answer someplace else and it is No, the breach seal shouldn't need to be lubed because it gets all it needs from inside the gun when it is fired.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|