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Your gun may be marked IZH-514K or MP-514K and may have any one of these mfr names: IZH, IZH-Baikal or Baikal. They all come from the same plant and are manufactured to the same specs. The guns are identical.

This 8-shot Russian pellet repeater will deliver hours of fun for the whole family!

A spring gun with an overlever cocking mechanism, the MP-514K has a futuristic look. A unique feature is that the gun will not fire if it's not fully cocked. This ensures that you can't pull the trigger and possibly damage the gun.

The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation, but you can put a scope on the Weaver/Picatinny rail to extract the most accuracy.

The red plastic barrel cover may appear removable, but we do not recommend that you do so. It holds internal parts in place. If you remove the cover, your gun may not close again.


Click on the image to see more pictures about properly cocking the gun. Unless you pull the cocking lever all the way back, you will not be able to lower the cocking lever and shoot the gun!
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Velocity558 fps
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length16.54"
Overall Length25.59"
Shot Capacity8
Cocking Effort 22 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightPost
Rear SightAdjustable for windage and elevation
ScopeableWeaver mounts
ButtplatePlastic
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
ActionOverlever
SafetyAutomatic
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionRepeater
Body TypeRifle
Weight6.17 lbs
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By Ratgetter from USA on 2015-04-13
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Things I liked: Here it is 2015 and it is still going!! Still shoot on the mark and has I don't know how many pellets shot down the barrel?..One of my favorite guns.

Things I would have changed: Trigger pin. Needs some kind of keeper to keep it from coming out. Still no one has the magazines.

What others should know: This is a fun rifle to shoot.

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By Edward from USA on 2011-10-19
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Things I liked: I like this gun alot. I use it when I'm tired of using up all of my CO2. Nice weight; feels great in my hands. Tricky safety lever. Sometimes I have to push it again. All we owners of this gun need is access to more mags.

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By Steve from USA on 2011-07-29
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Things I liked: Gun is heavier than it looks which is good---Solid construction--The Russians are real good at making lots of stuff, but two things in particular; tractors & guns----Not real fast, I'd guess around 550-600 fps, but that's fast enough if you want accuracy from a $100 fun gun----unique look to it, so get ready to have lots friends asking to shoot it----I love the whole concept of Bullpup rifles----They're just cool--

Things I would have changed: Include a second or third magazine---Make the barrel shroud black----Make it so you can't dry fire with an empty magazine, as sooner or later you WILL forget/loose count of rounds down range---In the heat of battle you will forget how many shots are left in magazine, and you don't want to dry fire a springer----Use better sights; I removed the rear sight, put on a picatinny to dove tail riser [22mm to 11mm] and a Williams 5D-AG peep sight with a .050 aperature on top of that----It seems to sit lower than the stock sight, looks better as the stock rear sight appears flimsy, and is rock solid, plus with a peep sight I can pick off asperin tablets at 10 meters with my seventy year old eyes----I had to do a little filing on the riser to make it and the Williams sight fit together, but ten minutes later and it was good to go----

What others should know: Getting used to the cocking-loading-firing cycle takes a time or two, but then becomes automatic---You just have to remember how many of those 8 shots in the magazine are gone, or you're always popping it out to see how many pellets are left, it's kind of a mental distraction while you're consentrating on shooting----the gun is more accurate than I expected, lots more, but I'm still trying to figure out a way to get a bore snake through the barrel to clean it----I want to go from breech to muzzel with a pull through, but you have little room to move at the breech to get things started---It's just wide enough for the magazine, but you can always push a patch from the muzzle, taking your time to watch the crown, as it's resessed in the red colored shroud, so you can't slip on a muzzle guard----Use pellets with a skirt at least 4.55 or more, to keep them from falling out of the magazine as you load up---Make sure to tighten all the screws, locktite as necessary, as all were just hand tight on mine when it arrived-----happy shooting

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Item Description

MP-514K [PY-1368-2415]
8-shot repeater with Weaver/Picatinny rail
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity558 fps
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