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0.25" (6.35mm), 656.0 fps, Hardwood, Right, Brown
656 fps w/lead pellets
1-year limited warranty
List Price $320.00 Save $16.00 (5%)
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Things I liked:The gun is well made with good material, wood and steel.Easy to cock it and firm when it close. It is lite and easy to handle. I try 3 types of High end Pellets and the best was for me the JSB .25 Cal. 25.39 gr. accurate up to 65", grouping 1". I can say for the money worth every Penny. I try 3-4 Break Burrell Air Rifles, with Spring Piston or Gas Ram with more Power and they did not come close to this one. So I can say is a High End Rifle.
Things I would have changed: I would not change a thing in this Rifle, but I wish they put on it a Dove Rail or waiver mount, this way you will not worry about the Scope slide back. I install one my self.
What others should know: Buy this rifle and get a Scope mount like I did and then you will see batter things from this Rifle. The Trigger is not in the Class of a TO6, BUT is close to TO5 and that is not that bad.
Things I liked:I like my Cometa Fenix 400 .25 cal the best of all my air guns. It has a wonderful, predictable, light trigger. It's very accurate. It is mechanically very smooth and makes good noises while cocking. The quality of the materials, finishes and construction are all very high. The proportions of the gun, overall, and the stock, in particular, are svelte and elegant - it feels sophisticated, superbly balanced and well thought-out; it is a joy to hold and shoot.
Things I would have changed:Not a thing!
What others should know:I purchased the $10-for-10 service when I bought this gun from PA. Using the Gamo Pro-Magnum 21.91 grain pellet, the average velocity was 566.08 FPS and the average muzzle energy was 15.59 FPE. Being a springer, once the gun is broken in, both numbers will change. Don't judge this gun solely on the "numbers," for the quality of the shooting experience with this gun is extremely high. I also have a Hatsan Mod 125 in .25 which essentially doubles this gun's muzzle energy, and is also accurate, but the 125's shooting experience is not nearly as pleasant as the Fenix'. Both guns have their place, and the Cometa Fenix 400's place is in my heart. It's that good. I like it so much that I also purchased .177 cal and .22 cal versions of this exact same gun. I can hardly wait to take delivery and start shooting them! Of course, I'll post my findings on those two here, too.
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