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|Max Velocity||492 fps|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: I bought mine awhile back from Pyramyd Air & it is a heavy realistic looking gun. The blow-back action is nice and fairly loud [which I like].
Things I would have changed: You have to get used to the double-sided rotary clips. I'm trying several different pellets as one type would not work at all and a few others pellets would occasionally fall out. Once in awhile it simply skips a pellet and dry-fires.
What others should know: As with many air guns the manufacturer specs of 492 FPS velocity are miles off and of course the main reason I bought this pistol. I should have known better as no semi-auto CO2's that fire in this advertised range of almost 500 FPS. I checked my bone collector pistol out on a shooting-chrony the other day with new CO2 cartridge using RWS 8.3 grain pellets and the highest velocity I recorded was 288 FPS, so 200+ FPS slower than advertised, so be aware if simply buying expecting close to the 492 FPS advertised.
Things I liked: First off, some reviewers here are reviewing a different pistol. The hammer on the Bone Collector is functional, and the slide does not lock back when the rotary magazine is empty. It does have a strong blowback, and that, perhaps, is why two pellets fall out of the lower magazine when shooting. Mine shoots inches to the left like another reviewer mentioned. A Gamo blurb cites this pistol's use as for target shooting and hunting. I don't think so since it doesn't have the accuracy necessary for either. I bought it for the fun factor, and that it does provide, though a windage adjustable sight would be most welcome. It, like the new offerings from Sig Sauer, is made in Japan, more than likely at the same factory. The magazine assembly is plastic, though with care that shouldn't be a problem. It's very well made, and feels solid with a nice heft. A fun shooter for sure.
Things I would have changed: Windage adjustable rear sight!!
What others should know: The barrel is not rifled, so no worries regarding BBs spoiling the barrel for pellets.
Things I liked: A must have this gun packs a punch good on co2 about a hundred shot per cartage and good accuracy. the weight is good feels good in the hand , the blow back is better then most gun out there. co2 loading is very easy
Things I would have changed: nutting one thing
What others should know: You can order extra magazines from gamo they have them in stock they are a little pricey $14.99 for one
No body sells the spare magazines for this gun , WHY..?
1) Is this largely plastic? 2) is that FPS rating using pellets or BBs?
Is the velocity rating of 492fps for 5.1grain steel BB's? Does anyone know the velocity with regular everyday Crosman 7.9grain lead pellets?
|Max Velocity||492 fps|