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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||4.4 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||4.4 lbs|
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Things I liked: No startling observations. However, everything you read is true. This is a great little carbine: very accurate and light. Everyone can have fun with this rifle. It is very easy to shoot well. It is no 50 yard rifle. Keep your targets within 30 (maybe 40) yards and it is great. Also don’t expect it to go 40 yards when it is 49 degrees outside. This power envelope is not a disadvantage in a suburban environment or other locations where the open space is limited to small parcels of land. Every Air gunner should have one of these. Friends new to the sport will get instant success using this rifle…. We all are ambassadors of air gunning. The scope that comes with it is a great match for the gun and all that is needed given the power level.
Things I would have changed: The open sites are a waste. The trigger is o.k.
What others should know: I am an oddity. I have gone from Mercedes to Corvettes, and RWS to Crosman. Nitro Piston baby...
Things I liked: Ease of use, weight, accuracy.
Things I would have changed: More flexibility in mounting the scope. For my comfortable shooting position I had to have the rings gripping the very edge of the grooves. I would also like the ability to lighten the trigger pull. A device (such as the one for the Ruger LGR) whereby one could remove the CO2 cartridge without losing alll the gas. would be great.
What others should know: Manufacturing quality control seems to be non-existant. The bolt was immoveable by hand. The service agent at Pyramid Air suggested I take a hammer to it. This did release the bolt and I got about 50 shots before the entire bolt mechanism failed totally. I am awaiting a replacement.
Things I liked: Once sighten in w/ scope it's very accurate
Things I would have changed: Quality of the gun itself
What others should know: Without the scope you'd be lucky to hit the side of a barn from the inside. Front sight cocked left 15 degrees. Flimsy rear sight bent and made of very thin material so you could bend it back if you wanted to. I wouldn't recommend this gun with iron sights only. Go with the scope or something else all together.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|