Fiber optic front sight.
Bolt-action cocking for quick followup shots.
RWS 850 AirMagnum Magazine.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $329.99 Save $30.00 (9%)
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Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||760 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Have not used it, it's winter in Wisconsin 9 degrees this am. Received in 3 days and highly recommended by your experts to buy. Excellent condition, waiting to get into warmer place. Fits like a glove, so great in hand.
Things I would have changed: Until I am able be shoot it NO Change except slightly lower cost.
What others should know: PA customer service has always been outstanding and should be your go to place for any air gun sales and help of any kind.
Things I liked: It is a repeater. It has very visible sights, although they are plastic. I use a BSA AR 4x AO scope.( I have three of these on air rifles now, very good scope. About 70 bucks at Pyramyd.) Unusual but light trigger. Very accurate. Good power to about 200 shots.
Things I would have changed: Get rid of automatic safety, it is annoying. Put big boy picatinny rail on top. Also redesign CO2 system so cylinder can be removed without losing gas.
What others should know: This rifle just loves RWS Meisterkugeln 14 gr pellets. Others are OK but these are really accurate. 90 gram CO2 cost about 8 bucks each after tax around here. CO2 does not leak out of rifle, and I do not remove it at the end of the day. Chronograph puts RWS pellets at 630 FPS, with a total variation of 15 FPS. This is at about 75 degrees F.
Things I liked: The Hammerli 850 Airmagnum is a superbly crafted .22 cal air rifle. For purists who wouldn't think of owning or using a rifle with a synthetic stock, unless you want to travel to Europe and buy one that does have a Woodstock then spend the extra bucks shipping it back to the US, getting through customs etc. then by all means go for it. For me, the synthetic stock works beautifully and is solidly crafted. Some fill the hollow butt chamber with insulating foam but I doubt that would alter the balance of the rifle. Whether it would suppress any of the muzzle noise is an unknown for me.
Things I would have changed: Offer a sample of RWS pellets as an incentive for purchase or a discount on the CO2 adapter at the time of purchase. Also, for urban rodent hunting, it would be ideal having a functioning muzzle suppressor either internal or external. The one available currently is purely cosmetic under you wrap a bunch of electrical tape around it. Coolness takes a backseat to bring very useful in my book. Umarex/RWS are you listening?
What others should know: Transitioning from a heavy duty springer break your arm and shoulder break-barrel to an 8-shot CO2 bolt action repeater is a real awakening. This repeater provides quick followup shots for novices like myself are a necessity. Looking forward to getting a scope mounted and zeroed for improved accuracy. And lastly, even if there are some minor issues you can be sure that purchasing from PA is the way to go. They do their best to make things right and earn your business. A big thanks to Stacy for all her help with my purchases.
can you get this rifle with the minelis stock?
Is it possible to transfer this gun to an aftermarket wooden stock?
Anyone have any idea what the barrel diameter is?
|Max Velocity||760 fps|