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Things I liked:Powerful, feel like firearm, kill any trophy within 30m for sure, not that loud as I expect.
Things I would have changed:Optic fibre sight for dim light situation would be adorable if built in with this gun , like Hatsan series.
What others should know:The bolt is difficulty to lock into full position, take sometime to practice to pull the bolt in full power.
Things I liked:I got this pellet rifle when they had one on the refurbished list, so I thought it moght have a damaged stock, like scratched or a cracked repaired stock. I reci it and that wasn't the case so I looked it over, and was amazed a the finish. The blueing was perfect no scratches, and I hefted up, it came up like a trap shotgun. The rifle was wonderful, but I thought it must have been mechanical for it to be refurbished, so I got the scuba tank out and filled it ,no leaks,I then took my first shoot I was happily surprised at the recoil,trigger accuracy and power.I then mounted a scope and sighted it in, it didn't take long and it was a ragged one hole wonder, and i was using the 177grain round ball. This pellet rifle in my mind one of the best pre-charged pellet rifles in the world, but thats my opinion. I intend to use hevier pellets or they should be called bullets,anyway i want to take it hunting. It should be able to handle medium sized game at moderate ranges and even larger but it depends onyour accuracy,distance and other things to take into cosideration. But, people should consider getting pcp rifles this should be at the top of the list for anyone.
What others should know:Things you know is that on this model you can't remove the rear sight not like the newer 500cc model or the single tank. It says in the instructions about using nothing bigger than a 32mm objective, but skirtted around that by getting a 11mm to weaver base so I could offset and raise my scope I then got a set of 30mm rings for a Leapster 3-12-42 ez tap 36 color side perallax scope. This is an outstanding scope,it is so good in my opinion that I have 3 others on my pellet rifles. This scope also has target knobs and locks to hold your sight in permanently. Itis truly an outstanding scope that matches the rifle to a t. People should use the rifle with great respect and be recognized as a true piece of fine shooting pellet rifle.
Things I liked:What I liked the most was the looks and feel of this .50 cal. It has a nice carry feel to it (if you like to carry a rifle with some heft to it) and I first used a 300 gr pellet on the high power setting using the hard irons (no scope). I first used paper targets at 250 feet and no problem with head shots with a few chest shots. I then mounted a Tasco 3-9 x 50mm scope with a wide angle field of view. At first the scope caused me to hit the ground and missing the target. Needs more adjusting and will get back on this later with you.
Things I would have changed:Better "O" rings where you slide the sleeve back on the breech. On my first 9 rounds of 300 gr. pellets both rubber "O" rings broke and had to send into Venturi for replacement repairs of the "O" rings. So far I haven't used any other size pellet weights but will buy some lighter weights to see how this improves accuracy and I think that there may be some barrel droop but not sure yet. Sure would be nice to get this in semi-auto.