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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||9 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Micrometer adjustable|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.75 lbs|
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Things I liked: not much, to be honest... get a little less then what you payed for (around $50)
Things I would have changed: the sound it makes when its fired the plastic barrel the rear sight
What others should know: I've had this gun for a little under a year and the only positive about the gun is its alright for the price
Things I liked: Light, easy to cock, plastic shrouded barrel, almost full size
Things I would have changed: Poor barrel lockup, stiff trigger, harsh firing cycle, flimsy rear sight.
What others should know: The barrel lockup on a breakbarrel rifle is extremely important, the one on this gun is pathetic. Granted, it's not as disastrous as it would be on a more powerful gun - but because of it (I believe) the rifle isn't as accurate as it could be. Still, it's a step up over a Red Ryder, and the cocking effort is super light considering the reasonable "kid-gun" power of about 5 ft-lbs. The trigger is also rather crude and stiff, and the spring "gongs" when the gun is fired. Fortunately, this rifle is super easy to tear down, and some heavy grease on the spring will improve the firing behavior (the compression doesn't seem to be enough to initiate dieselling). Overall, it would be a decent rifle at the price if the barrel lockup was better, or if the price was significantly less. Regardless, as I said, it's still a passable step up from a BB gun... more power and accuracy, and very easy for a kid to operate.
Things I liked: The break action versus pump The heft of the gun
Things I would have changed: The Plastic Rear windage sight, half the time you turn the plastic screw it pops the top of the sight out of line. this thing is a joke, seriously, give me a break... this is a throw away piece of junk sight.
What others should know: Rip the plastic parts off and use only the front sight and learn how the gun shoots and correct for it. Don't even think about putting a scope on a spring air rifle unless it is a specially made for spring guns these guns EAT scopes. As an old school air rifle its great, except for the plastic rear sight.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|