does not include shipping and tax
Lifetime limited warranty
List Price $450.00 Save $80.05 (17%)
Bundle & Save $29.00!
Want it delivered 10-28-2014?
Order it in the next 22 hr and 32 min and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review5.0 (17 reviews)
Create an online reviewand share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked:RWS craftmanship, great iron sights. The best thing about this rifle is that the pellets make a very satisfying "thwap" when you hear the pellet hit your target compared to the "tink" of other rifles. A very accurate air rifle.
Things I would have changed:Make it lighter...
What others should know:A lot of the weight of this rifle is out on the front end of the gun. It is not unbearable to balance but it's just something to compensate for.
Things I liked:I like all of the metal work on the rifle. Top notch German manufacturing. The rifle feels precise without any slap or slack, cock after cock.
Things I would have changed:At a minimum, I would add a metal trigger guard. For the money, there should not be a plastic trigger guard on this rifle. Next, the butt pad is not a pad. It is solid hard plastic. I wish I had purchased the RWS 350 Magnum wood stock that has a true rubber butt pad. My bad for trying to save $60.00. Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda ...
What others should know:A full day at the range was enough to teach me that learning the Artillery Hold is a must to shoot this magnum springer accurately. This rifle seems to like heavy pellets. They seem more consistent. To explain, I used the Gamo Paper Targets, 100 pack. I put up a 4x3 grid of 12 targets on top of the NRA 50 yard Slow Shoot Pistol Target that the range hands out. This made for less down range hikes. I used the pellets that came with the RWS cleaning kit. That is, I started with the RWS Superdome .22 Cal, 14.5 Grains, Domed. Working on my Artillery Hold I was able to keep them in the black (6-8) and inner white (9-10) of the Gammo Targets after about 80 pellets. Then I moved to the JSB Match Diabolo Exact Jumbo Heavy, 5.52mm head, 18.1 grains and I was able to keep my shots in the 8-10 range of the target. These pellets were recommended on the Youtube AirGunWeb video "Shooting your New Spring Airgun - Take AIM Episode 16". BTW, I highly recommend this video. After I ran out of the JSB Match Diabolo Exact Jumbo Heavy, 5.52mm head, 18.1 grains, I tried the JSB Match Diabolo Exact Jumbo Monster, 5.52mm head, 25.4 grains. I found that I had to shoot 1 1/4" higher to hit the center of the target, due I suppose to the heavy weight of the pellet. But, the left to right (horizontal) accuracy was dead on with this heavy pellet. And, after compensating for the drop, I was able to put these pellets in the center dead on. Ergo, heavy = more consistent in this rifle.
Things I liked:Diana is AWESOME! She loves to get cocked, and she'll take a pellet down her breech any time. She purrs when I stroke her lever. My kinda woman!
Things I would have changed:She don't even talk back!
What others should know:You have to handle her with care and respect, or she could become explosive prematurely with unexpected or even disastrous results.