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Average Customer Review5 (47 reviews)
Things I liked:This beast is a tack driver! A little background on me, I am a retired USArmy shooting instructor, I have extensive range time, and logged (who knows how many hours behind a trigger) and this gun, for as little as I paid is flawlessly accurate! I have a range set up at 10m, 20m, and 50m. I sighted the stock scope in at 10m using redfire gamo rounds (had to adjust the reticle for clarity)and it sighted in perfectly within 2 shots. I did however swap scopes for a more powerful adjustable once i learned how accurate this weapon was down range. With my swapped scope (a mediocre 3-9x40 mildot) At 10m I shot a 5 shot grouping within a 1/2" 3 of which were same hole shots. I stepped a new target off to 20m using the same redfire rounds i upped the grouping to 5 shots within 3/4" with variable 5-7mph winds. My curiosity and amazement sent my target out to 50m! Yes 50m, where I shot the 1" orange center out of my target with 5 more rounds and zero strays. I am absolutely AMAZED! This was all done from the prone stance using sadbags for relief.
Things I would have changed:out of the box the iron sight was loose, but with the turn of a hex key this was remedied. I would love to see a bi-pod made for these weapons that is stock-mounted instead of the barrel pincher type. Lastly, the thumbhole has a seam in the molding that wears a blister after a few hundred rounds (i took some 500grit paper to mine and fixed it in under a minute) all in all for 150$ I am not complaining for a minute over this premium plinker! I recommend Mil-Dot scope in the future to allow a shooter to use various gamo rounds without the need for doping the scope to each round, on a dotted reticle we could just count our MOA dots to compensate for lighter rounds. Example: the redfire being sighted dead on the crosshairs, if I switch to PBA I have to aim 3MOA left and 2MOA high.
What others should know:I see a couple reviews about this gun where people say "its inaccurate" or "the scope sucks" etc.. It begs me to question the accuracy, as stated above, I am a trained shooter and at 50m am putting 5 shot groups in a 1" pattern.. I am aware that machines can have defects from time to time but lets face it: could this be from the operator not knowing what he/she is doing?? The scope swap was done on my part not for lack of accuracy, rather I prefer mil-dot as this is what I was trained with, and prefer adjustable for long range shooting. In closing, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED with this purchase. Even months later this gun continues to amaze me! It is hands down, one of my favorites.
Things I liked:This rifle looks awesome!
Things I would have changed:The scope is garbage and the iron sights are mis-aligned right out of the box. The sights are so bad that, even though I adjusted them completely to the right, I still had to aim right of the target. At first I thought the scope would help but it seems the scope rattles internally between shots so that every shot is a different aiming point. The scope was tight and not physically moving, so it must have been moving internally. I figured I would use the iron sights, but as I already mentioned, they are not good either.
What others should know:Four important things about this rifle: 1). The rifle is too loud for backyard use. It advertises that it emits less than half the noise of a non-suppressed rifle, but mine was not. It was just too noisy for pest control In my neighborhood. I shot about three hundred rounds through it and it never quieted down. 2) as stated above, the scope and iron sights are bad. It was impossible to get it zeroed. 3). As other have stated, the trigger is rough but can be upgraded for an extra expense...and 4). Pyramid air is awesome! I called and made arrangements to refund my air rifle because of the aforementioned issues. They were awesome! I will definitely do business with them in the future. I will save some $ and buy a better one next time.
Things I liked:I like the weight, very light and easy to shoot. Shoots very well off hand. I like the optical fiber open sights.
Things I would have changed:I would like a better scope. I'd rather pay for a better scope in the initial price instead of having to buy a new scope. I uninstalled the scope and am shooting it with the open sights which are excellent.
What others should know:Not the easiest to cock. At least at first, now it is getting easier to cock. Maybe because of the shortness of the barrel. It is fast to bring up and get on squirrels.
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