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Average Customer Review4.5 (64 reviews)
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Things I liked:Everything -- this is a great product, matches the quality of my RWS 350 Magnum.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:I purchased an UltraDOT PAN AV red dot unit from UltraDOT directly together with a protective cover for $250.00. The combination of this item with the RWS LP8 pistol is extremely accurate and a joy to use.
Things I liked:This is an edit to a review I submitted almost (4) hours ago (approx. 6pm PST) today. In the earlier review I incorrectly recalled my chronograph reading with a CPHP 7.9g pellet as 580fps. My notes show the highest reading was actually 528.6. Sorry for the bad memory.
Things I liked:Everything. This gun is an engineering marvel. Well balanced, crazy powerful, accurate, minimal recoil, lifetime warranty, quiet, and good looking to boot.
Things I would have changed:In the real world, nothing. In Airgun Utopia, this would be a lower priced repeater, same specs otherwise.
What others should know:I put this gun on the Chrony right away to check Tom Gaylord's 755 fps with 4g Crosman lead-free pellets; I got a high of 846 fps. No joke!! I got 725 fps with 5.4g Gamo Match lead-free, and 580 fps with 7.9g Crosman Premier HPs. Everything I tested was accurate, but I've only shot at 20ft so far. I hope I can adjust my accuracy rating once I really test it. I was so impressed with the quiet report that I broke out the sound meter for a measly 67db reading. That's 8db quieter than my Beeman P17 or Browning Buckmark, which compare to the sound of popping those little bubble wrap bubbles. Never mind my neighbor who thought it was too loud for a short, before work target session. We agreed that after 8am, it's no issue at all. He just doesn't understand airgunning or this fine piece of German craftsmanship. I feel sorry for him...