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1-year limited warranty
List Price $71.99
Earn 60 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||2-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Everything. first things first do not use the scope you have to site it in after every shot pair it up with the Winchester 4-32 scope and gamo red fire
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Great gun worth the money
Things I liked: The rifle itself is awesome. The iron sights work great and I have good acuraccy with them. The rifle is also light and handy. Can shoot pellets and bbs. Easy to pump and well made.
Things I would have changed: The scope and scope mount are next to useless. I recommend saving your money and just get the iron sight version. Use the money you save to buy more pellets or towards a better scope. But the scope makes reloading tricky. That's the only downside but at least the iron sights are dead on.
What others should know: If you plan on taking it apart (I had a pellets fragment stuck inside mine) it can be a little tricky. There's several screws of different length and little plastic parts. It may have been my own ignorance but it took me a long time to finally figure out how to get mine back together.
Things I liked: Capable of quarter-size groups (probably smaller if you do a trigger job and are a better shot) with Crosman Hollow point pellets at 30 yards. Awesome pump handle! Very easy for people 12+ to pump
Things I would have changed: Package it with a better scope. The rear sight isn't the best but it works for the gun. Front sight is cheap plastic and could do for an upgrade.
What others should know: The scope is okay for beginners, but past 20 or so yards you'll want one with a better visual. The gun is hard, if not impossible, to pump if the shooter doesn't have a long enough arm span (under 12 years old). Stock is synthetic/plastic.
Hello, Does this gun requires pal in Canada? If yes, can I still purchase it if I don't have the license?
I have this gun and when I pump it a sound like "ssss" happens and no air is pump into the gun. What part do I need to get for my gun
Here it goes stupid question ( i assume you've cocked the bolt ? ) if so then the o-rings may be worn out . These guns can be rebuilt but it would probably less hassle to just buy a new one. There are parts available on-line and they are easy to fix . You didn't mention how long you've had it so I'm guessing theres a lot of rounds through it .I have 3 of these which i have rebuilt only one. My oldest is almost 40 years young still shoots and holds air and everything
does this gun require a license
No, this gun does not require a license in most of the states in the USA. An exception to this would be state of NJ.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|