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Average Customer Review4.5 (19 reviews)
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Things I liked:Really solid feel and smooth operation. Fit and finish is surprisingly good at this price level. The nitro piston is a big upgrade over springers, yet this gun costs less than virtually all the spring-powered rifles. Easy to cock, but plenty powerful; very little jump/spring recoil. Tremendous value! Open sights are very good and easy to dial in, accuracy is great, and velocities are incredibly consistent over the chronograph. I got 735 fps with cheap 14.7 grain pellets (Daisy pointed .22s) with essentially no variation (less than 3 fps SD), and that was before any break-in! Very effective against even the largest squirrels (and we have some really big ones.)
Things I would have changed:As many have noted, the trigger could use improvement, though it's really not bad at all for hunting; try a longer screw to lighten it up. It would also be nice to have steel rather than plastic sights, but they do seem pretty sturdy, and the fiber optics light up nicely.
What others should know:This is the best value in a backyard squirrel rifle that I can possibly imagine.
Things I liked:A great .22 air rifle for under $100. A wood stock, fiber optic sites. Powerful and accurate.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:A quality budget air rifle. It's heavy.
Things I liked:Pretty accurate right out of box, break in period is not long.
Things I would have changed:Trigger, of course, but there are many DIY fixes. It's "OK" and the only annoying thing about it is that the break on the trigger is sometimes mysterious. Sometimes it seems to break at totally different points which can be a little frustrating. My friend is a top level competition shooter, highly ranked and he had the same thoughts.
What others should know:Seems to like Benjamin, 14.3gr, round nose HP. I prefer the lighter grain for increased FPS. It's more quiet than i was expecting. I don't like the iron sights too much, they are just ok though others seem to love them, I'd recommend a red dot or x4 power scope. I shot better with a BSA red dot. I was shooting 5 shot groups inside a quarter at 30 feet within my first 40 rounds using a file cabinet as my rest and i'd say i had a flyer about 1 in 10 rounds. LIke i said, pretty accurate right out of box. After another 100 rounds, and a trigger job i expect dime groups at 30-40 ft no problem.
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