does not include shipping and tax
1-year limited warranty
Things I liked:I got mine in 1993 for $320. This is an affordable match grade air pistol. The design is excellent. I also have the IZH MP-532 Match Air Rifle .177. Basically it uses a larger air chamber and longer barrel than the 46M. It too is an exceptional design and affordable. I paid @ $800 here at Pyramid Air back in October 2011. I must have gotten the last one. Too bad because all of you who love the 46M would also love the MP-532 Match Grade Air Rifle.
Things I would have changed:I changed the fitmant of the grip just as IZH intended. For all of you who say you cant reach the trigger why not file of some more wood and make the pistol fit perfectly.
What others should know:Most people will be satisfied with the 46M. The PCP Match Pistols are only using a different power plant and have nothing on the 46M other than you don't need to pump. Well I guess it's easier to control your heart rate using a non pump PCP. If your healthy then for 99.9% of people we don't need the PCP versions. Please ask Pyramid Air to import the MP-532 Air Rifle version of the 46M. I got the last one in October 2011 from Pyramid Air. It's an excellent Match Grade .177 air rifle. Shooting as well as the much more expensive PCP air rifles but only costing a little over $800 when I purchased mine. Thank you Pyramid Air for importing these air gns.
Things I liked:WOW! I don't think you can get a better deal in air pistols today! This thing shoots! Out of the box, it is without a doubt the most accurate pistol I have ever purchased, air or metallic cartridge. The build qualith is awesome, no junky or cheap felling parts. I personally love the grips, it allows full customization without having to buy anything else. A couple hours with my fordham and the some teak oil to finish and it truly feels like a custom made grip.
Things I would have changed:loading is not the easiest thing to do. if you have fat fingers, it might be a real challenge. I have not personally had problems, but it certainly is not quick and easy.
What others should know:If yoy have ever wanted to try 10m air pistol but did not want to dive in @ 1500+ this is the way to go. super fun, quiet and way more accurate than expected.
Things I liked:Very well made. Nice fit, finish, and blueing. The wooden grips are made large and blocky so you can do your own custom fitting. Upgraded trigger is nice for getting a good finger cradle. Unbelievable trigger pull right out of the box, light and crisp. A firm but easy pull for compressing the gas. I just got it and shot it for 3 hours without any problem which made for a very fun first session. Its a very basic gun but I think in this case its perfect for what it is. No excuses gun. Once you sight it in, if you miss, its clearly your fault. 10shots/10meters on a bench rest and groupings generally look like 5 maybe 6 shot groups. I also purchased a BSA red dot with it, once it was sighted in, worked great. The mount they offer is made well and easy to install. Overall, there is not much to not like about this gun.
Things I would have changed:Not much...maybe make the grips just a little longer. I have big hands but not huge and I took all of the allowed adjustment on the base plate and had to do some wood removal to fit it correctly and still allow the compression arm to seat fully. But once I took a dremel, file, sandpaper, and some artistic license, it fits great, looks great.
What others should know:The only thing I found odd for my particular gun was the rear sighting blade had to be adjusted to the extreme right. It was within the adjustment that the gun permits being that I also had to loosen the blade itself and move it far right as well. When I mounted the red dot it too had to be adjusted completely right. Although I found it odd I didn't find it enough of an issue to complain to Pyramid about it. It did sight in and continues to shoot extremely accurate. Plan on having to some work on the grips. They are left rough and its obvious that they intend for you to do some work. They do take the time to patch glue them together for you. So once you remove the base plate and 2 screws, the grip assembly comes off in one piece. Makes it easy to do what you need to and just slide back on when finished. Since they are raw you it leaves it open for you to use water based wood dyes and such (I went with a deep blue). I found it to be a fun aspect of the gun and rewarding as the fit you can achieve is unlike most any other pistol you will ever shoot and looks to boot.
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