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|Max Velocity||750 fpsMeasured with 4.7-gr. ammo|
|Muzzle Energy||5.87 ft/lbsMeasured with 4.7-gr. ammo|
|Cocking Effort||14 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: The Little Cat is a great little air rifle for the money. The fit and finish is overall very good. Have not had a chance to put but a couple hundred pellets through it, but so far so good as far as function. Quiet and easy to cock. Trigger pull is really decent for a rifle priced in this range.
Things I liked: I've been really happy with this - solid build, and great light cocking effort for a youth. Feels great and the sights are set up nicely. I had spent a long time looking for just the right rifle for my daughter, so I was glad to find this one.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
What others should know: Only a mild spring kick - just fine for a kid.
Things I liked: Light, easy to cock, good trigger, wood stock-nice checkering, open sights, accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. It is absolutely perfect for the type shooter it is designed for.
What others should know: This little rifle reminds me of the older model Savage Cub .22 rimfire. It appears to be the exact dimensions. The LOP is 12". I'm an adult and it is very fun to shoot for me. This one is perfect for a child or smaller person. It is very light and a breeze to cock. It took me 3 shots to adjust the open sights for 10 meters. It is surprisingly accurate. I tried all cheap pellets and they all grouped well. I used Tech Force HP, Beeman Coated HP, Crosman, Pointed, Crosman Premier HP, and Crosman Wadcutters. I got the best group with the Wadcutters. That was my last round of shooting 7 shot groups, so I may have just gotten more used to the gun. I just got the gun from PA today. This is not a hunting type gun, but a great one for target shooting. I also have two Stoeger X5's one for scope shooting and one for open sight shooting. Those are great guns too in the same class. The Little Cat is much lighter, shorter, and less LOP than the X5. The open sights work very well. When you cock the rifle the design of the breach slightly protrudes making it very easy to load pellets. I don't have that design on any other break barrels that I own. I highly recommend this gun especially for young shooters. I'm over 6' and it is fun for me too.
What is the length of pull?
whats the cocking efort for the little cat
After some research I found it to be around 14#. My wife is wanting an air rifle and am considering this one.