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Average Customer Review4.5 (24 reviews)
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Things I liked:got this air rifle 2 weeks ago from pyramid air have about 500 rounds through it. The scope is still on and clear. Very accurate and quiet. If you are looking for a break barrel air gun this is one of the best.
Things I would have changed:nothing
What others should know:try it you will love it.
Things I liked:This is rifle is so beautiful and very accurate. I can shoot 1/2 inch group size at 40 yards using Gamo TS-10 .177 cal 10.5gr pellet. Mine likes to be gripped tightly (max contact with my palm) and pulled toward the shoulder. This allows my body to absorb all the vibration produced by the IGT piston (very important when shooting long range past 30 yards). Then I hold lightly at the forestock. I use aiming technique to get good result at long range, since I can never hold the rifle aimed at target for more than a second. I have shoot about 2000 rounds through it and this rifle still feels as good as new.
Things I would have changed:Wish Gamo did not include the scope. I have to upgrade it with a Leapers 4-16x55 AO IR using BKL dovetail to picatinny rail with loctite (between rail and dovetail) to prevent it from sliding and to preventing any oil from get into it.
What others should know:I use the lowest possible scope ring to make the center-of-gravity low, otherwise this rifle will jump vertically every shot. Somehow the moly grease tune with 2 drops of Hoppe's no.9 gun oil works best for me. It produces the best recoil consistency from mid day to mid night (temperature change). I fixed the trigger creep by filling the mechanism with white lithium grease. Now trigger is very smooth every shot. Zeroed it at 20 yards using my favorite hunting hold since bench rest zero and freehand hold zero is different, maybe due to recoil absorption of my body. Shooting uphill was the easiest since the weight of the rifle is cancelling out the piston slap (when piston hit the end of the tube). Shooting downhill was the most difficult since the weight + piston slap is making my POI drop a lot at long range (~70 to 80 yards). Hope my experience will help you find some answers.
Things I liked:The feel, weight, iron sights, trigger. Pleasure to shoot, very accurate. I have not mounted scope yet - too much fun to shoot with iron sights.
Things I would have changed:Everything seems to be well thought out and works well.
What others should know:Very different experience from all my springers. Try it!