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Average Customer Review4.5 (11 reviews)
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Things I liked: This rifle is awesome. I first thoughts were accuracy. This gun's out of the box accuracy is not to be reckoned with. I've now shot over 400 pellets through it and accuracy only improved. I thought about scoping but decided the optic sights are sufficient. I've used Gamo Match .22 Cal, 14.2 Grains, Wadcutter pellets and its rating between 820-826 consistently depending on the temperature. The magazine has made this rifle even better and now I can spend more time shooting instead of loading. Even though I own several more air guns this one has become my favorite.
Things I would have changed:Offer one in a ..20 and 25 cal Repeater models
Things I liked:The automatic loader, when it works.
Things I would have changed:The automatic loader is unreliable, and time consuming to unjam.
What others should know:Not a high qulality gun.
Things I liked:Beautiful finished stock and bluing. The seven shot magazine is very convenient. Strong power plant. Rated for 825 fps on this site but the factory cert said mine was at 950 fps. This is a real hard hitter! The metal trigger guard is very robust. The double triger has a good feel to it. My wife and daughter enjoy shooting with it too. Good varmint rifle with the convience of the magazine good chance at second and third shots quickly.
Things I would have changed:Make the magazine loader spring stronger. The breach for the magazine jams easily if there are any deformities in the pellet and sometimes needs the loading assembly to be flicked to get pelet to load into the breach properly.
What others should know:Mendoza recommends their ammo only for use in the magazine. Unfortunately their ammo is inconsistant in shape and accuracy, and jams up the breach. At 13.5 grains, Mendoza hollow points don't seem to impart the power to the targett that is available from the power plant. I got much better results using RWS Superdomes though they occasionaly jam, probably from slight deformation and lead flaking on the pellets. The Superdomes at 14.5 grains grouped tighter and hit harder than the Mendoza pellets, however there is a slight shudder felt at release. The best results so far are using Crosman Premier Hollow Point ammo at 14.3 grains. With the Crosman Premier Hollow Point the groupings are the tightest and hits hard. Have not had any jamming problem with the Crosman Premiers yet.