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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.79 lbs|
Things I liked: Just right, for my needs. Power is plenty for small game, at a reasonable distance. Easy to use, and easy to adjust scope and laser. I assembled my own. The variety of ammo that,s available is amazing in it's technology. Using target/match loads This gun is pretty quiet. It shouldn't bother your neighbors, unless they're overly sensetive. Oh, and the scope comes with clear protective caps. Oh, and buy the case with the gun. It's a great buy, AND you need a place to put your gun without jarring, and accidently moving the scope, and laser. I'd also recommend the Gamo air rifle strap. With all the gear on top of the gun, it's handy to have the option of hanging, rather than leaning the gun on it,s sights. The sights, without the scope, are very cool also. Two green optic fiber dots on the rear sight, and a red optic fiber dot on the front. Very easy to see, they seem to light up in minimal light.
Things I would have changed: I'll have to get back to you on this. Nothing comes to mind.
What others should know: After you go to the trouble of adjusting your scope and laser, Protect them from being hit or jarred. Learn to compensate for distance. When you're real close, aim a little high, real far, aim a little low for the scope. Tighten the screws on the scope mount, after several shots. They can vibrate loose. There's a recoil pin on the scope mount, that seats into the top of the gun. Be sure that it is enguaged sufficiently, to keep the scope from moving during recoil.The PMB ammo is a little louder than lead pellets.
Things I liked: Accuracy: 1/4in group at 25 yards, 3/8in group at 35 yards, 1/2in group at 50 yards, 1.88in at 80 yards, and 2.43in group at 100. was tuned by rich in mich i very very highly recommend you get this gun by rich in mich these groups were after tune before they werent bad either. they were about 1/4in group at 25 yards, 3/8in group at 35 yards, 1/2in group at 50 yards, 2.28in at 80 yards, and 3.13in group at 100 yards.
Things I would have changed: trigger ans scope scope is fine thats on it i just prefer a bigger nicer scope. and trigger is a bit heavy
What others should know: awesome gun i put $850 in this gun it has a leapers 6-24x50 scope, grt-III trigger, sling, bipod, laser and nd5 illuminator on scope, and got it tuned by rich in mich.
Things I liked: the scope is sweet dead spot on
Things I would have changed: could be a more silent
What others should know: great buy i love it
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|