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|Max Velocity||520 fps|
|Rear Sight||Micrometer adjustable|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
|Fixed/adj. power||2 settings|
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Things I liked: Nice feel, solidly built
Things I would have changed: Please do NOT use FedEx again. They have really let you down in the Czech Republic and after 2 weeks I still have no reply from my complaint to the service manager in Brussel. They are really inefficient and totally uncaring. They spoil the customer shopping experience for you. Some of your recommended oil would be good in the package. All the bad publicity about the twisted barrel makes the rear sight difficult for a novice to mount and feel he has done it correctly. Target pellets difficult to load in straight.
Things I liked: Eventually I'll need a red dot or optical sight for my old eyes, but the iron sights are sure easy to use. I've seen reviews that said wad cutter pellets do not work, but they work fine for me, with no difficulty in loading them. It is very pleasant to shoot.
Things I would have changed: Trigger is not as smooth as I'd like. The trigger overtravel screw is rough on my hands and I removed it.
Things I liked: Accuracy at 20 feet and 10 Meters is excellent, once you dial in the adjustable sights, you have yourself a great target pistol for practice. Nice trigger and the power adjustments are nice. The CO2 last a long time, I have been getting 80-100 full power shots. Also shoots accurate with a wide variety of wad cutters, even low cost pellets. It is nice to be able to hit every thing you aim at, I am easily getting dime sized groups at 20 feet and 1 inch groups at 10 meters, the pistol has the ability to tighten that even further, with a little more practice on my end. It is not cumbersome, very controllable and light weight, but not too light. The Luther Walther barrel is as everyone says: Accurate and finely crafted.
Things I would have changed: The breach can be a little tight for coated wad cutters, seems to like slightly doomed versions. I noticed it was a little clunky loading but it wears in over time. It almost seems like the tray that you drop the pellet in is not aligned straight with the barrel opening. But after 1000 rounds, everything seems to be getting better and the gun and I guess me, are getting more accurate.
What others should know: Not only is this gun accurate, but it is also very quiet, I would say low medium in noise, I shoot in a basement range and nobody upstairs ever hears this gun. The trigger can be adjusted, but I found it to be very light and nicely adjusted right out of the box.
Crossman charges less by $50....
Is there a .22 cal. in ths model?
Check with the crosman custom shop , they do have 22 caliber barrels.
How will you compare this gun with competition guns in contest' s ?
|Max Velocity||520 fps|