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1-year limited warranty
List Price $400.00, Orig.Price $359.95 Save $40.00 (11%)
Want it delivered 12-13-2013
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Things I liked:The Weight of the rifle combined with the SAS system reduce the recoil to a very manageable level. The Quattro trigger is nice and adjustable, and very predictable. This is my first underlever and it wont be my last, I like the design over a break barrel.
Things I would have changed:I would have the synthetic stock feel less hollow and plastic like. My Ruger Air magnum stock is much better quality, and the gun is about half the price. Not a deal breaker by any means though. oh and FYI, I would buy a second one if it had a gas ram and maybe a power levels closer to the 125/135 line. (1000fps in 22)
What others should know:The gun is more manageable than people have led me to believe (cocking effort and weight) IM 165 pounds and put about 300 rounds through it in about two hours without a problem. If you prefer utility over attractivness, this is the underlever youre looking for. Its also not very pellet fussy, at least mine isnt.
Things I liked:Wow , This is like the M1 Garand of air rifles - Big , heavy and powerful. At first I was kind of put off by the size and weight, however when I shot it I changed my mind. This is now my favorite air gun !
Things I would have changed:I would change the scope mounting rail set up. I put a UTG 3x9 Bug Buster scope on it and it was kind of tricky. I ended up having to adapt the UTG weaver scope rings to the 11mm dovetail to make it work. It all ended up good.
What others should know:The cocking lever requires more than average force to charge it. I don't mind, I love this gun.
Things I liked:The heft of the rifle - it sits in your hands with a definite solidity. High coolness quotient with comfortable handling and stability. For a single-shot, under lever, this is one excellent airgun.
Things I would have changed:Weight to the rear of the rifle. Yes, it's already heavy, but IMO, it would provide a more balanced feel. Nothing other than that.
What others should know:First, it's heavy, almost 10 lbs. No way around it. Solidly built, no wobble or rickety movement, but you need to be aware of that going in. Second, charging the gun requires decent strength. The leaver has a lot of tension and travel. Also, it's 'two-stage', meaning you have to pull an extra bit at the end after you've opened the breech to set the trigger. Overall, I'm hugely pleased with my purchase.