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Average Customer Review5 (111 reviews)
Things I liked:The gun has a nice look to it and shoulders pretty well. It is easy to load and the automatic safety is a nice touch. The only thing I found hard to do was fing a pellet that it liked. Sighting was also a pain. I found it likes hallow points and i settled on the gamo red fire pellets. I can hit a penny at about 10 meters.
Things I would have changed:Bundle with a nicer scope. I couldn't get good groups with it so I mounted a Simmons 3-9x32 scope and got the penny sized groups at 10 meters.
What others should know:This gun likes hallow points and make sure to tighten the screws for they are very loose.
Things I liked:very nice looking gun, and very accurate
Things I would have changed:heavy gun
Things I liked:Really powerful shooting gun. Very accurate after 50 shots. I have shot 1500 pellets in it so far and I am shooting dime size groups at 20 yards. This gun shot best with JBS 10.34 grain pellets. I ordered some even heavier pellets to try because as I went up in weight the groups got tighter and, that was the heaviest I have. Like I said its a powerful gun and needs heavy weighted pellets to control the speed for better groups. The stock is excellent, it is plain but well made and the extra weight helps with the recoil.I was going to buy a RWS but the price is 3x as much. I guess I would be very disappointed if the RWS's weren't three times better. They might be better but 3x better? Also I think they are made by the same company. It looks to me like the Ruger Air Hawk is a RWS 34.
Things I would have changed:Scope really stinks
What others should know:Three things to mention; the stock did not let me easily line up the iron sites. I had to really push my cheek into the stock for proper line of site, the screws are loose so before you do anything take the stock off and tighten all the screws and clean off excess grease and oil. Plan on using 10 grain or better pellets. If you use lighter pellets and get large groups don't blame the gun. You should have a large section of pellets in weight and brand to find the best pellets for your gun. I am sure many people have sent guns back because they tried one type pellet and it did not work well. It costs you money to ship these guns back, better to spend that money on some extra tins of pellets.
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