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2X Earn 860 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||45 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Build quality, fit and finish. Exceptional quality for the price.
Things I would have changed: If you want a light rifle to carry all day, this isn't it.
What others should know: This is a magnum springer. Mine shoots about 20.5 fpe (Kodiak @ 930 fps). In .177 the power plant will push light pellets supersonic. Stick with heavy pellets. This rifle is probably a best suited to a still/stand hunter or a strong young person who doesn't mind carrying the additional weight all day. This is a hard recoiling rifle (to be expected) so make sure your mounts and optics can take it. This is a very fine magnum hunting rifle. Out of the box mine shot dime sized groups at 25 yards with Kodiak pellets.
Things I liked: I have an older model 36 from 1998 it's a tack driver with JBS 10.34, and the 350 magnum is to after trying many different pellets the the JBS 13.4 seems be the best and they com the gun down a little but the extra pellet weight hits harder.
Things I would have changed: Nothing except the stock color to dark for me so I sanded it all down to bare wood and just put clear on, the grain in the wood shows up much better now.
What others should know: This is a powerful gun to shoot it has a little kick to it but with practice and the wright hold it's very accurate also you have to try different pellets but I'm just finding out for my 350 magnum the JBS 13.4 are the best.
Things I liked: Finish - Wood and metal are very nice, power - plenty..., trigger is pretty decent.
Things I would have changed: Nothing really. On paper and based on fit and finish I should be thrilled with it.
What others should know: For whatever reason I can't shoot mine. Using a Leapers 4x12 scope and I can't keep my groups less than a nickel at 30 feet. I've tried a half-dozen or so different pellets. I just picked up a used RWS 48 and mounted the same scope and I'm shooting one-hole groups with three different pellets. Same shooting technique, same shooter, same scope, same indoor range. If anyone has any hints I would love to hear them.
Do they offer a left handed stock? Or one without cheek piece ?
nope, the stock is ambi and the only it comes (besides synthetic 350P version)
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|