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|Max Velocity||984 fps|
|Cocking Effort||34 lbs.|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: This is a great gun for a great price (got it on sale a couple weeks ago). I only wish I'd bought this before I bought my RWS 34P Striker - could have saved myself over $200. This is much shorter and lighter, but comparable in power, accuracy, and build quality. Much easier to lug around than the 34. The red dot sight is very nice. The adjustable stock/buttpad is also a nice feature, but anything past the first stop seems awkward.
Things I would have changed: Add some open sights (fiber optic or peep) in case you want to remove the red dot. The carry handle is not really functional with the red dot attached. Also add flip-up covers to the red dot so they don't get lost. The Weaver rails on the forearm are right where you hold the gun. If you mount a flashlight and/or a laser, it may be tough to grip it comfortably. Put a laser on and had to shift it to the left side and as close to the muzzle as I could get it.
What others should know: The easiest way to cock this rifle is to slap the muzzlebrake as shown in the video review on the website. Otherwise the short lever makes it difficult. It's also hard to find a case for this with the red dot attached. It won't fit in the Plano scoped case for my 34P.
Things I liked: The short length, the handle, the power and accuracy, the extendible butt plate, and the trigger. Really love the red dot.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: This gun isn't a toy and should not be used by children.
Things I liked: The Red Dot is awesome, its very accurate and its coated to work in low light conditions and the batteries were free. The red dot light intensity is adjustable by a regulator knob, and the windage and elevation are also adjustable. This Red Dot came pre-mounted on the gun so no assembly was required. Also, 250 pellets came with this gun for FREE. Whats also cool is that this gun is shorter than most, so it fits easily in transport cases. The stock is extendible by pushing a button, so you can extend it if you want during shooting, and retract it if you want when you transport it or put it away. The butt plate has rubber on it, which protects it from scratches if you drop it or place it on the ground. The gun itself is very confortable to hold, and the trigger is also very nice. This gun is the only gun I've ever used or seen that actually has a handle, which make it much more easy to hold with just one hand. I found this gun to be very accurate and very powerful. When you shoot this gun, it feels like your holding and shooting a real assault sub-machine gun. How real this gun feels is my favorite part. When I show this gun to people they always say something like, "cool" or "awesome"!
Things I would have changed: I wouldn't change anything. This gun is just awesome.
What others should know: This gun is not a toy, its very powerful and the pellets deeply penetrate wood blocks. Don't give this to a 13 year-old, and if you do, please supervise them. I fired it against a car floor mat and the pellets went thru the mat and entered the wood behind it. Pieces of the mat got stuck inside the hole left in the wood block by the pellet. This is true for any air gun though, regardless of power.
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|Max Velocity||984 fps|