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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||120|
Things I liked: Very impressive, ideal for practicing off-hand in the garage.
Things I would have changed: Sights are not up to snuff...
What others should know: If you play the NRA High Power game, this is a handy training aid
Things I liked: Only 200 pellets through it in a week of ownership - so far, very accurate, weighted appropriately for highpower training, holds air and works flawlessly.
Things I would have changed: Rear sight adjustments are extremely soft and give the impression of uncertain adjustments. I will replace the rear sights/carry handle soon.
What others should know: So far - absolutely no regrets.
Things I liked: Concept: This is a good concept. Being able to train trigger control on your own AR-15 lower indoors during the winter months or just when lacking time to go to the range.
Things I would have changed: Quality control is very bad. First the barrel is completely aligned left of center. Just using the naked eye, I can see that the barrel is so far left to the rest of the upper that the barrel is almost touching the left side of the hand guard. The misalignment can also be seen when lining it up to the center of the air tank. The alignment is so bad that when looking through the rear sight it very difficult to even get the front sight (mounted to the barrel) into the sight picture. Second issue is the fit. I have a standard Colt AR-15 A4 lower. You can't get any more mil-spec than that. After mounting the MAR to the lower, there is clear daylight between the two parts. The wiggle between the parts is so severe that there is no way to get any accuracy off this setup.
What others should know: For $600 I expected better quality. Very disappointed and will be returning it.
Can I use a normal air compressor to fill this or do I need a scuba tank/compressor
It can be filled easily with a hand pump.
Is this a simiauto? Jist wondering if i need to cycle the action every time
No not semiauto you need to cycle every shot
Can you tell me what size air tank it has?
Dimensions are 18inches long and about 5/8 internal diameter: about 22 cubic inches volume. Takes about 125 pumps of the Benjamin Benjamin Hand Pump, Fits Crosman... pump for 2800psi.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Crosman MAR177 AR-15 Upper PCP Conversion Kit with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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|Max Velocity||600 fps|