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If you enjoy shooting competitively, Daisy's single-stroke pneumatic Match Grade Avanti 747 Triumph Match pistol will get you started in the field of 10-meter shooting, an Olympic sport. With its highly accurate Lothar Walther barrel, this gun is all business. Lothar Walther barrels are regarded as the top in the world, and the one on this gun is no exception. It's made of high-grade steel, it has 12 lands and grooves, it has a righthand twist and its bore is sized for match pellets.
Besides a top barrel, the 747 has a fully adjustable rear sight (blade front sight) and an adjustable single-stage trigger. The trigger-pull weight can be reduced to 1.0 lb. or as high as 4.50 lbs. The cocking effort is a low 17 lbs., which makes it ideal for shooters as young as 16 (with adult supervision).Â
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|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Cocking Effort||17 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||4.5 lbs|
Things I liked: The Avanti 747 lived up to my expectations based on other reviews, the cocking effort is so minimal and the side lever is easy to use, perhaps the easiest of all of my air pistols to operate. I purchased on Amazon via Pyramid air since I had been given some Amazon coupons. Still had the same speedy delivery and the pistol is very well engineered, the barrel is fantastic, the trigger pull was so light and crisp and I was getting dime sized groups at 25 ft and Quarter sized groups at 33 Ft right out of the box with no adjustment to the trigger or the fully adjustable sights. SO now weeks later, The barrel is well worn in with about 2000 rounds of shooting and it just keeps getting more and more accurate. I this this gun is fantastic.Well worth the extra money for the barrel. It shoots very well with plain Crossman Competition Wadcutters in the box of 500 for $5.99... so it is also economical. Can't wait to see it perform with pro grade pellets. Highly recommend this gun.
Things I would have changed: The bolt / breach are plastic and it it worried me at first, but once it is broken in, it functions nicely and shows no sign of breaking. The weight and size of gun and the feel of the grip are very nice fitting, comfortable to shoot.
What others should know: Seems to do well with all kinds of pellets. The gun will out shoot you and help you to steady your aim as the barrel will hit whatever you are pointing at and the consistency of accuracy is fantastic for this price.
Things I liked: Accurate, easy to cock and very well made; A keeper! 5 star Overall, Money, and accuracy!.
Things I would have changed: Plastic trigger,sights and bolt.
What others should know: A little hard to load; plastic tweezers work well!
Things I liked: I wanted an inexpensive accurate pistol and boy does the 747 deliver. Accurate, comfortable to shoot, easy to cock and it has a nice heft to it. As I broke it in I started marveling at the mechanical heart of the 747. It isn't fussy about which pellet you use. Most that I have tried shoot well although I have been very surprised at its preference for a tin of 25 year old RWS Hobby pellets. At 5 meters it will group them into a .30 hole (using a rest and laser pointer of course). Pellet velocity is right at spec, 365 fps with 7gr pellets. I picked this up at the same time I got the AA T200. As beautiful and fun to shoot as the T200 is I find myself reaching for the 747 most of the time to do some evening shooting. Eventually I will upgrade to a higher end pistol but this one is a keeper. I plan on teaching my grandkids how to shoot with this.
Things I would have changed: I was disappointed the first week. It looked rather cheap with the plastic sights and black plastic grips. Come on Daisy...offer some nice wooden grips...this pistol deserves them. As for the sights, they are plastic and get the job done but a precision set would be welcome. The trigger is adjustable and though I can't get quite light enough for my personal taste it is still pretty good. The safety is easy to set but a bit awkward to disengage
What others should know: Sun Optics makes a 2 piece mount for the Izh 46m that will work on the 747...spend some time with a file and you can get a perfect fit. I mounted a laser sight to mine and will eventually mount a scope to it just for accuracy testing at 10m.
Is it possible to mount a Red Dot?
What type of oil is the best to use especially on the felt washer by the oil wiper? I know it states to use a 20 weight non detergent motor oil but which oil would that be (brand) that is provided on this website?
I was looking for some 30 weight non detergent oil... I don't know if they carry this at Pyramid Air... I went to my local auto parts store and asked for it... I don't know if they had 20w but they did have 30w... They keep it in the back so it's not accidently used for motor oil... I went to O'Reillys but I'm sure others have it also...
I'm interested in this pistol but can't find the left hand grips anywhere on the internet. I can't find them here at PA under accessories. Does anyone know where they can be purchased?
I contacted Daisy and was informed that left handed grips are no longer available. I purchased a FAS 6004 with ambidextrous grips and glad I got that instead of the Daisy.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|