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Average Customer Review5 (34 reviews)
Things I liked:I got this in .25 and it seems like an incredible value for the money. It's been a while since I've shot a spring gun and this one is a bit harsh in the firing cycle, but doesn't really seem that hold sensitive. The trigger is OK, nothing to write home about. Long and creepy but you can get used to it. I put about 250 shots through it and it dieseled only a few times, randomly, for the first 50 or so. I don't have a chrony, but it seems to be quite powerful. I believe the advertised velocity rating of 650fps. I shot H&N cromags, FT trophy and silver points through it. Silver points were all over the place but the other two pellets shot very well out of this rifle.
Things I would have changed:The should ditch the poor quality scope and bipod and fix the stock. I took the action out of the stock after 100 rounds and the two stock screws in the forearm hold the stock to the action with VERY little plastic. The lock washers they used were already embedded about 1/8" into the plastic. It's just a question of time before this fails. Also, the scope stop popped off at about 150 rounds. To be fair I had flipped it around and used only one of the screws in an attempt to get my scope (Leapers 3-9x50) far enough back so that the eye relief was correct. The screw sheered off and now I'll have to figure out a way to get the broken screw out. The holes for the scope stop screws were too small for the stop pin in my scope mount (leapers accu-shot 1 piece).
What others should know:As always - locktite everything after a few shots. Don't expect great accuracy until it has settled down. I was getting consistent 1" groups at 30 yards without really putting too much effort into it by the time I was done (I left this gun at my farm that I visit every few months). It will probably do better than that. I never even cleaned the barrel. Since the scope stop screw sheered off though, the scope is creeping really bad and I'm not sure what to do about that. Does anyone have any advice in this regard? I'm actually thinking of opening up one of the scope stop screw holes so that the stop pin for my mount will fit in it, but I'd rather not start grinding on the gun just yet. Any suggestions for another mount that might stop the scope creep (or have a pin that fits in the scope stop screw holes)? For $110 you get more than you pay for in my opinion.
Things I liked:The rifle is is built great the weight is well distributed its a good all around shooting rifle great in .22
Things I would have changed:The stock is hollow and the bipod is only for show. the scope is not bad but it can be better I prefer open sights
What others should know:It's a must buy gun but you need to buy a better scope and a bipod if you want to shoot past 20 yards
Things I liked:Overall build quality is excellent and feels very solid. The metal parts were made well with no machining marks, and the bluing is smooth and even and quite attractive. Others have said they didn't care for the stock and that it makes a noise when firing, I didn't experience that with mine. Cocking is very smooth and the barrel locks up solidly. The open sights are easy to pick up. I have not yet mounted the scope so I can't comment on it.
Things I would have changed:The bipod as it really doesn't belong on a break barrel rifle.
What others should know:I have been wanting a .25 caliber rifle for quite awhile now. I saw this and figured, for $109.00, why not? Added a few tins of pellets to my order and anxiously awaited my new toy. Of course, Pyramid Air was right on top of things and I didn't have to wait long. Straight out of the box and I was impressed. The stock feels good in the hand, the weight distribution is perfect (for me) and it balances on my open palm nicely. It's light enough to carry around on a day's hunt, but heavy enough to hold steady and dampen recoil. I tightened the screws, oiled the joints, and cleaned the barrel and went outside for a few shots. First couple had some dieseling, but after that it calmed down. It's cold here in NH now, so this wasn't going to be a long shooting session. I put 5 JSB Exact diabolos into about a 1/2" circle. I wasn't trying for accuracy so I didn't set up a good firing position, just loaded it, pointed it, and fired. I have no doubt it will shoot much better when I put some effort to shoot it properly. Overall I couldn't be happier with this rifle. The cocking and firing cycles are surprisingly smooth, it points well, feels good in the hand, and puts the lead on target. This rifle should be on any shooters short list and I will be buying two more, one in .177 and one in .22.
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