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|Max Velocity||492 fps|
|Cocking Effort||7 lbs.|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: Very powerful and accurate.
Things I would have changed: I had the cometa Indian for two weeks and had shot it frequently with no problems.One morning I began to cock it and I heard a muffled pop and the cocking handle now swings freely. The gun is still under warranty so l sent it back for a replacement. The company was very helpful.
What others should know: I believe the problem I had with my cometa Indian was a rare occurance.I believe the design of the pistol is sound in every way.
Things I liked: Accurate and powerful
Things I would have changed: Fully adjustable sights would be great.
What others should know: My cometa indian broke after 2 weeks use.I hope this is not common with this model.
Things I liked: I've been looking at this pistol for a long time before pulling the trigger on it. The price was the only thing holding me back, but i finally decided to bite the bullet and buy it. I did so because it is a very different looking and operating spring powered pistol. It has a nice heft to it,the ergonomics are pretty good,it is very accurate at times(explanation below) and is well balanced. I bought the nickel one, and it just has a very "cool factor" look to it! It is very well made with mostly metal components. I also like that it has a cold hammered forged fixed barrel.
Things I would have changed: A gun in this price range and it's intended purpose of being not necessarily a competition gun but a good target gun should have fully adjustable rear sights,not just windage! The trigger pull should also be a lot lighter, though it does break very crisp. Make it with a gas piston instead of a spring!
What others should know: This gun could be an awesome target pistol with mentioned improvements. Accuracy is very good, And to achieve the accuracy, you most clean the barrel very well and often. I could be "robin-hooding" shots and then it would look like I was firing a machine gun. Maybe still getting broken in, but I have fired roughly 500 shots already. Also, there is no way this gun cocks at 6 to 8 pounds like advertised. It;s not horrible but mine feels more like 20 to 30 pounds respectfully. All- in- all, it is still a very cool gun to own, and shoot! I haven;t chrony;d it yet but the power is not bad, not a powerhouse like some of the magnum breakbarrel pistols,but more than most. But this is more of a target gun and it does a fine job of hitting the 10 ring if not one big hole if you do your part.
The description for this says the grip is "ambi," but all the photos show the grip as being right handed. Which is correct, the description or the photos?
It's really right-handed. It has a nice thumb grip on the left. So if you are a lefty it may not be the best option. It would be a pain for a leftie. But it's an amazing gun. If you're any good with wood you should be able to carve a left hand grip that will work. I've seen people do it.
can a red dot sight be mounted on this pistol?
|Max Velocity||492 fps|
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