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Average Customer Review4.5 (60 reviews)
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Things I liked:The gun feels very good and points well. For the price point it is a good gun for casual basement shooting or teaching younger shooter how to shoot safely.
Things I would have changed:The rear sight is awful. The notch is very shallow and even with the sight completely to the right I still hit about an inch left of POA at 15 feet which is very disappointing. I will probably do as others have suggested here and get a red dot so I can make POA = POI.
What others should know:Aside from the rear sight the gun is good for the price point. Be sure to run some patches through the barrel after you get it out of the package and then again after every hundred rounds for a while until its broken in.
Things I liked:The low cocking effort makes it enjoyable to shoot for hours at a time. Comfortable grip for smaller hands. For a low price air pistol, nice heft and balance due to being mostly metal. Looks quite similar to the actual Browning it's licensed from although more like a composite of the variations Browning produced. Warning verbiage stamped into the receiver is subdued rather than colored to stand out like so many are doing now. Doesn't seem to be as difficult to master shooting accuracy as I was expecting based on my experience shooting spring air rifles.
Things I would have changed:Use a more visible open sight than just the black-on-black. Reduce the trigger pull effort. Reduce the effort necessary to work the safety.
What others should know:I've read complaints about the breech not locking closed solidly. Mine showed this problem. Turned out to be the fault of how the spring loaded locking pin is made. It has an axial slot in it for a screw to keep it captured in its spring chamber. The locking pin is molded metal and some flash in its retaining slot kept the pin from extending far enough out to seat under pressure into its mating pocket. Dressing the flash out of the slot with a small file remedied this problem so the breech is immobilized and the o-ring seal is completely seated. The rear sight's windage platform didn't sit down well on the sight's base so it could rock about. A thin plastic shim snugged up this clearance. Using both RWS 7.0 grain wadcutters and Crosman 7.9 grain pointed lead pellets gave velocities in a range of 309 to 326 fps which seems acceptable considering the low cocking effort. With a lot of discipline squeezing against the high trigger force, I'm able to get some nice 1-inch groups at 16 feet.
Things I liked:Basic pistol. Easy to load. Good beginner gun.
Things I would have changed:Could use a little more power.
What others should know:A low cost, and easy to use practice pistol for plinking in the back yard.
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