To cock the IZH 46M, move the cocking lever fully as shown. When you've cocked it properly, the bolt assembly on top of the breech will flip up and reveal the loading port for the pellet.
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|Max Velocity||500 fps|
|Cocking Effort||18 lbs.|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||1.1 lbs|
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Things I liked: The accuracy is amazing! I shot the gun from a ransom rest and fired three shots at ten meters. They all landed in the size of a dime. If I could only come close to duplicating that off hand.
Things I would have changed: Manual is a bit spartan should you need to service.
What others should know: The seal on the bottom side of the bolt fell out. Than my lucky stars I found it! I smeared a very light coating of bullet lube and so far it has not fallen out. I think I will order some spares.
Things I liked: The IZH: It shoots pretty well. The Red Dot: The mount works OK, rheostat turns easily, 1 MOA for small targets.
Things I would have changed: The IZH: Trigger pull screw protrudes through the trigger guard and scraps your finger, had to countersink the hole to flush it out, no easy task for average guy. Too much wood is removed from the grips and consequently the trigger guard digs into your finger unless you build up the grip, needs a lot of filling and filing to close up the gaps. A UV activated filler kit would have been very helpful.
What others should know: The Red Dot: I would not recommend this item to anyone shooting pistols indoors. The dot is way too bright and can't be turned down enough short of using a half dead battery. Dot is not round, marginal at short eye relief (rifle) horrible on a pistol. It "bleeds and star-bursts" when viewed anywhere but in the upper right quadrant. Pyramyd replaced the first one, thank you, replacement is slightly better but still useless for indoor shooting. The IZH: It's functional, shoots pretty well but the fit and finish makes it look like a typical product of Russia's neighbor, China. The gun looks like it is almost finished, made out of rejected parts. Even the screw heads are not great and have tiny burrs. The grip is a bit of a disaster, fit is marginal, having to add filler to keep from scraping the middle finger on the sharp edge of the trigger guard is a bit ridiculous, needs a large amount of filler to close the huge gap in the heal area.. If all you want is function at a reasonably fair price, shape the grip to fit, put a band-aid on your middle finger an you'll be happy. If you already own one of the German guns move on. No hope for satisfaction here.
Things I liked: The pistol will shoot in the same hole everytime if you can lold it. Fun and easy to shoot. With the proper ammo the pistol is perfect for the expert or the novice.
Things I would have changed: The stock is impossible to use in the stock form. You need to take your dremel tool and grind three deep half moon shaped finger groves in the left side of the grip if your right handed.
What others should know: I purchased the pistol with the red dot scope, I can't get the sight lower enough to hit dead center. It shoots at the top of the ten ring. I am going to take the scope off and try the open sights. If you want to shoot in the house and have fun year round this is the pistol to have. It's very quite and a dream
Which case is this? I'd like to purchase it separately.
|Max Velocity||500 fps|