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Estimated in-stock date 12-05-2014
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Things I liked:Accurate . Feel.
Things I would have changed:Easier loading. Adjustable rear sight.
What others should know:May need to shim rear sight. No big deal.
Things I liked:I have been wanting one of these Indians for several years, and other merchants said 'we're getting them in soon'...but they never came. PyramidAir said 'we're getting them in soon'...and they got them! Then sent me one which was in my hands within two days after pressing the 'buy' button. Excellent service! And...a pistol worth the wait. I really like how this gun looks, operates and functions. The loading drill is unique..and once you've done it a few times very easy and stress free. Unlike some of the other spring or pneumatic pistols, this one won't wear you out in an extended shooting session. I haven't chrono'd it yet, but the advertized high 400's is entirely believable from the time of flight to my 10M target trap. The first 20 shots or so were pretty inconsistent with lots of oil/grease blowing out of the barrel. Once it cleared the packing lube it shoots very consistently and with decent accuracy. This is NOT a Target gun, rather a Field pistol so the trigger is much heavier than the P1 or IZH-46M, but it breaks cleanly and is easy to work with. Don't get me wrong, it isn't overly heavy...about 3.5lbs on my scale, just not a 16oz target effort. Accuracy with Gamo Match wadcutters looks to be very good, and more dependent on my abilities than the guns intrinsic precision. The windage only adjustable sight sits right in the middle of its' range and the pellets hit dead on, so that looks like the gun is built straight and true.
Things I would have changed:Seeing as this gun is really enjoyable, it is difficult to fault it very much. There ARE a couple sharp edges that could be removed, but those aside the gun is very nicely finished. The grip fits my medium large hand tightly, so if you have bear paws for hands it might be too small..but for most shooters the grips are going to be just fine. Obviously this is a right hand only grip, so perhaps offering a lefty or neutral set would increase the appeal to more shooters.
What others should know:This is a very sturdy and accurate field pistol that would take small pests with ease, but I'd leave the large rats (tree or otherwise) to bigger guns. If you are looking for a nicely finished, good looking, good feeling and fun shooter...this Indian will please you. It isn't quite up to P1 standards, but not far off...and priced to be a bargain in that comparison. It took quite a while to satisfy my desire for an Indian..and I'm very happy that PyramidAir is selling them now.
Things I liked:Interesting pistol design, for the most part very well built (feels like it should last many years). The pistol has reasonable power and should serve well as a all round plinker
Things I would have changed:The sights could be a lot better(no vertical sight adjustment, only horizontal). The cocking arm is made of very thin metal but should hold hold up if your careful. The losding port is little tight but workable.
What others should know:Overall a fun pistol and should be added to anybody's collection. I am a spring pistol fan (maybe I'm cheap but I don't like to pay for anything else but ammo)