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Average Customer Review5.0 (43 reviews)
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Things I liked:Fit and finish is excellent. Cocking effort seems to be as stated @ 39 lbs. Chronograph @ 877 with RWS Meisterkugeln Standard .22 Cal, 14.0 Grains, Wadcutter with STDEV of 4.8 and 24 FPE. Weighs in at 10 lbs with the supplied Tech Force 4-12x40 AO Rifle Scope, Illuminated Red/Green Duplex Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube. The loudness of the gun in .22 I would rate a medium. It's louder than my Walther LGV in .22 but close to the same as my Beeman R9 in .177. There is no ballistic crack as the velocity is not high enough in .22.
Things I would have changed:I am not that crazy about the Tech Force 4-12x40 AO Rifle Scope, Illuminated Red/Green Duplex Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 1" Tube that comes with it. If I had it to do over I would by the rifle and scope separately. This is just my opinion and it should be noted that I'm red/green color blind, so the choice in illumination means nothing to me. Also I'm not really a fan of illuminated scopes. ( don't like messing with batteries)
What others should know:Someone else mentioned that if you move the rifle to the left while cocking the lever to the right, it makes cocking the rifle much easier. I have found this to be very true. Right now this is by far the most powerful airgun I own. I only have about 200 pellets through it, so I can't comment on accuracy as I'm still breaking it in. As for breaking it in, the cocking seemed a little stiff and a bit noisy as if it wasn't well lubricated. However that is quickly going away with use.
Things I liked:Well built,nice finish on wood and steel.heavy with scope but I like it that way.
Things I would have changed:It seams to have a lot of twang at the shot, at this price I think that should not be but I can live with that ,this .177 shoots flat and hits hard, the scope that came with it failed within 10 shots, the second one has about 400 and seams to be holding up,time will tell ,Thanks Ruth at P/A for the great service
What others should know:Shoot it with iron sights for some time and then mount scope, "0" it in at 10 yards and then move out to 25 yards ,then find the lead it likes, only 3 stars for accuracy it need more lead down range.
Things I liked:Very well made. The rifle has a nice "fit and finish".
Things I would have changed:I got the striker combo and the scope mount and rings are right at the edge of the proper eye relief for me. Not particularly an issue but I would have moved the index holes/screws for the mount further forward.
What others should know:Try lots of different pellets. Mine refused to shoot the RWS meisterkugen pellets. It would group two or three and then throw one. Very frustrating. I am now trying some Crossman hollow points that group much better.