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Average Customer Review5 (49 reviews)
Things I liked:Good while it lasted! Bought this gun and used it intermittently for about 2 months shooting in my basement. I liked the moderate velocity for closer range shooting indoors and after mounting a red dot scope on it found it to be reasonably accurate-at least good enough to plink and keep my hand in over winter. It shot a variety of pellets from round to match grad pretty well and overall a good value for money. the trigger was pretty stout but I got used to it. Nice to have a pic rail to choose a variety of mounting options. Easy for females to cock the action and shoot it.
Things I would have changed:Better trigger, The grip did not completely fit my hand and I found the trigger reach to be a bit problematic having to adjust my grip each shot. Automatic safety helps to be extra safe but can be a problem if you are used to shooting safely and want to hold a cadence of fire.
What others should know:Unfortunatley after about 300 rounds through it it simply stopped functioning and I was not able to cock the gun. I tried a number of thinks thinking loose screws etc. but nothing worked so I sent it back to Umarex for factory service or replacement. too bad to spoil a generally good experience but I guess you get what you pay for.
Things I liked:gun had a great feel, and the accuracy was spot on at 20'. Either with the feathered darts, or pellets, not the ones shown.
Things I would have changed: I would change nothing about this gun.I would show a different dart that will work than the one shown in the picture
What others should know:The darts shown will not stay in the gun barrel, they fall out. If you use a dart with they feathers they are spot on at 20'.
Things I liked:Great looking airgun. Feels good in the hand.Decent sights. Weaver rail, so easy to mount my BSA red dot scope. Easy to break the barrel open. Trigger is all right, though too stiff and a bit gritty. ACCURATE!
Things I would have changed:The good adjustable sights would be much better if they had clicks when adjusting the screws. Trigger is a bit hard to pull.
What others should know:I am still experimenting with pellets. I tried my BSA red dot scope, but ended up removing it and staying with the open sights. I shoot at 21 feet off a rest. Mine, if I do my part, will return 1/4" groups. It likes Crosman Premier wadcutter pellets, and hollow points. It also like Daisy hollow points. This gun is really handy to shoot and just plain FUN! I am very happy with the accuracy. Since it isn't a real powerful spring piston air pistol, it also doesn't have much recoil when firing. WAY easier to shoot accurately than a magnum level spring piston rifle. I really like thin airgun and considet it a best buy. I bought a Beeman P17 right after I bought this Buckmark. The Beeman had a better trigger, equal accuracy, and was a fun gun to shoot also. But it broke down before I puy 40 shots through it. The Umarex Buckmark just keeps on ticking. Returned the Beeman, as it broke the same day I got it. My barrel isn't excessively loose and seems fine. The one drawback may be, as Tom Gaylord states, this gun is not made to tear it down to, say, replace a broken main spring or piston or piston seal.