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Things I liked: This is one nice looking rifle. Sharp and neat checkering, deep bluing, nice fit and finish. Very little plastic. The trigger is outstanding- at least on mine it is! Incredibly accurate for such a short barrel. It puts five out of five in a one inch bull consistently at thirty yards. The silencer works very well. People with close neighbors could find this very handy hard hitter.
Things I would have changed: I was not surprised the optics were not so hot, but mine had to be replaced- without any difficulty. The replacement scope was OK, but I upgraded it anyway. This was my reason for four stars on the value for money rating.
What others should know: After the initial cleaning and letting it "clear its throat", it is a nice quiet little tack-driver. Mine seems to shoot the Gamo Hunter very well, but it is not as fussy as some rifles I have as to what ammo I use.
Things I liked:The look and feel of this product. Accuracy is spot on after break-in. Cocking is smooth, not hard at all. Hits real hard on target.
Things I would have changed:Optics not bad, however, as all other "experts" say, could be better.
What others should know: Give this rifle a chance. Apply chamber lube and let set over night to loosen oils and grease. Then it quiet's down fast. I applied this method to mine and after about 50 shots became real backyard friendly, very consistent. With crosman 7.9gr My rifle was achieving a low of 967fps to 989fps. Hope this is helpful. Just be patient!
Things I liked:The metal finish, the quality of the wood and checkering, the very quick and smooth firing cycle free of any twang or vibration. Cocked quite easily after the first 5 shots.
Things I would have changed:It lacks a scope stop. While my gun's look was impressive at three feet, up close I noticed that someone at the factory tried to tighten the fork without taking the action out of the stock. This caused chips in the wood and damage to the finish of the wood and the metal. Ultimately, the Chinese still do not have the will to make a really high quality airgun, and Remington is not yet fully ready to have re-entered the airgun business. Remington should stick to firearms and typewriters. Well, firearms, anyway.
What others should know:Loudest airgun I have ever shot! It should be a 5 on Pyramyd's loudness scale. It was louder than an un-moderated pcp, and I bought this because it has a moderator! My gun DETONATED for every one of the 250 shots I put through it. My basement range smelled like a hamburger joint that uses old meat. The barrel was fouled after every shot. Apparently many of these have a damaged piston seal from the factory, and I believe mine was one of those. The trigger is actually supposed to be two-way adjustable, but the screw for 1st stage travel was frozen. 2nd stage adjustments had no effect. Therefore, the trigger was creepy and broke indistinctly. Bottom line, this air rifle was unusable, so I returned it for a refund. Even if it were only $5, I could not recommend it, because it cannot be used for anything except maybe a 9 pound canoe paddle.
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