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Things I liked:This replaced an old Crossman 760. His thing is fantastic, extremely accurate, and someone said its not good for anything bigger than a squirrel. Wrong, I've taken 2 garden eating rabbits both with one shot. Using Polymag hunting pellets. I paid $99 and its well worth it.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:Well worth the price. Well built.
Things I liked:It LOOKS like an actual hunting rifle - not some military sub-machine gun or space laser. It's comfortable, has an acceptable trigger. I would have sworn it was a nitro-piston gun, but it's just a really nice springer. Does not try to jump around or anything when shot, it's quiet, and accurate.
Things I would have changed:The safety - and that is a total preference thing. I am just accustomed to the safety being next to the trigger, not at the back of the receiver.
What others should know:It's not a match rifle or anything, but it is quite nice and shoots very well. Great for small nuisance birds and other vermin. I would not use it on anything bigger than a squirrel. Nothing "AMAZING" but nice, solid little air rifle.
Things I liked:The fit and finish are "vary good" and the barrel locking mechanism (spring loaded ball bearing) is solid and stable. The wood stock has good weight and with my chrono I was able to get an average of 997 FPS with Crossman 7.9 grain hollow points. My groupings were about excellent for a spring piston air rifle. Using a supported "artillery hold " I was grouping approximately one and a quarter inch groups at 50 ft indoors. results may vary due to ammo, air temp/wind and shooters ability. I would have used better match grade ammo but I'm low on supply at the moment I got the gun and couldn't wait to shoot it.
Things I would have changed:The finish on the stock is thin and prone to dings, but sand paper and a good premium lacquer/stain can fix that should it become too unsightly. After market or repair parts from Remington. The safty lever is a little sloppy and not a firm mechanical or positive click when placing it on
What others should know:The rifle has a firm cocking effort and heavier grain pellets are no problem for the high power of this low cost rifle. It's rear sight is good and the adjustments are crisp. A scope for this rifle is a must as it's rang is impressive.
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