1-year limited warranty
List Price $203.99 Save $34.00 (16%)
Earn 170 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: comfortable grip,easy pump, accurate
Things I would have changed: plastic bolt mechanism seems out of place on a air gun like this, time will tell
What others should know: don't get me wrong, I am very happy with this purchase, the 747 price is not out of line for the adjustable trigger and upgraded barrel
Things I liked: Accuracy is excellent from 10 meters or less. Power is good. Cocking the pistol is very easy.
Things I would have changed: The price point for this pistol is quite high, and for the money, sights could be better, the bolt system should be metal, the grips should be of better quality, and a sight/scope mount should've been incorporated into the pistol.
What others should know: Zero this thing in with one particular pellet (Beeman Silver Sting in my case) and it will shoot a variety of other pellets fairly accurate without readjusting the rear sight. Read manual before shooting the pistol.
Things I liked: I've shot at least 500rnds of a very wide range of pellets through this pistol. I must admit, it isn't picky. It shoots just about any pellet very respectable. The best pellet so far is the H&N Match Pistol, 7.56g and RWS Superdomes. Wow, it is impressive with both of those. It's POA was consistent across the board. It didn't matter what pellet, the first shot or the 100th shot, or what temperature it was, it put every pellet in the same place on the target. One of the best characteristics of this pistol is that it also did well with cheaper pellets as well. C.Destroyers, Cosman Field point, C.P Lite, RWS H-Point were some of the best performers. The sights are a bit blockie but are easily micro adjustable for elevation and windage. I really like this pistol. I don't know how much more accurate the 747 is. I kinda wish I shelled out this extra $ to find out. Nevertheless, It's hard to imagine how much more accurate can a low velocity pistol be.
Things I would have changed: The back sight is a bit wide for my liking. Not the notch in the sight but the entire width of the sight. It's probably a 10m competition thing but the sight extends to the sides way beyond the notch. I'm nitpicking it at this point.
What others should know: Very quite, low velocity. Accurate out to 25y but with a bit of holdover. Too low velocity to hunt with, target pistol only. A lot of "air space" between the notch in the back sight and the front post. The trigger is respectable, not perfect, but good. An ideal training tool that can carry over to rimfire or centerfire pistols. This pistol has made me a much better pistol marksman.
can you recommend a nylon holster to fit this gun?
Its similar in design to the Ruger Mark 2 pistol( firearm) so a holster for that would possibly work?
I heard the new 717 has the adjustable trigger like 747, can anyone confirm this?
Specs say it has a two stage non-adjustable trigger .
Can the Avanti 717 be shot left handed..?
Arrives with right hand grips . Left handed grips may be available ? You could contact daisy ?
|Max Velocity||360 fps|