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Things I liked:I like the performance for the price. Mine can hit a nickel with 100% consistency at twelve yards, using cheap Crosman pointed hunting pellets. Groups at this range are around a half inch using these cheap pellets. With the scope dialed in at 12 yards, I have no problem hitting a coke can at 40-50 yards. I also like the weight, power, ease of cocking, and the balance. Rips through a 1/2" hardwood board easily, even with wadcutters. Very handy little rifle, great for stalking the woods and I'm not worried about messing it up. It would make a nice little truck gun.
Things I would have changed:I picked this gun up on sale for $89. For the money, I wouldn't change a thing. The weight and balance of this gun beats every other spring gun out there at this power level, regardless of the price. That said, here are the shortcomings of the rifle: The trigger isn't the greatest, but I have used guns that cost a lot more with triggers that were much worse. Also, the gun makes a lot of spring noise and shoots with a lot of recoil and vibration. I had some issues with my zero shifting at first, but sure enough the stock screws had vibrated loose- this is normal for a powerful spring gun. I took the action out of the stock, applied some spring tar through the cocking slot, and used some loctite on the screws when I put the stock back on. The tar made a noticeable difference in how it sounds and feels when fired, but it didn't really seem to improve the accuracy or the overall performance of the rifle. The loctite has kept the screws tight for about a tin of pellets so far.
What others should know:I am not an airgun newbie. I have been shooting and tinkering with spring guns for about six years, and I've done a dozen or so home tunes on different rifles. I picked this up because my only shooter at the time was a powerful .25 breakbarrel that is very heavy. I wanted a lightweight .177 springer to carry around and plink with, that still has the power to hunt. This gun serves that purpose well. Easily capable of squirrel and rabbit hunting out to around 25 yards, maybe further with a more accurate pellet. Not the greatest gun in the world, not even close- but great for what it is and fantastic for the money.
Things I liked:Power and accuracy are amazing, after some fiddling around with the scope i was able to get dime sized groups at 30 yards using H&N FTT, and punch through a sheet metal bucket with ease.
Things I would have changed:include a better scope for more $$ or no scope for less $$, for the money this gun is amazing! but i couldnt get the dials of the scope to work properly at all. shooting some paper targets helped me find where it was at, so using kentucky windage is gonna have to be good enough till i can get a new scope.other than the scope, not one complaint about the rifle!
What others should know:if you need a powerful and extremely accurate airgun on a <150$ budget, this will certainly satisfy your needs. i know i was impressed by how powerful and accurate this was out of the box
Things I liked:the gun is powerful 1200 fps which is good
Things I would have changed:i would change the scope mainly because it sucks. around 20 yards or less the scope is very blury. also would put front an rear sights
What others should know:the scope will not hold zero, and the rifle is not accurate at all out of the box. and you can get better air rifles for $99
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