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|Max Velocity||1400 fps|
|Cocking Effort||42 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.5 lbs|
Things I liked: POWERFUL!!! This Ruger Air Magnum .177 defines the word powerful. Great for shooting my preferred heavy pellets 9.00 grain to 11.50 grains. My lead 7.00 grain to 9.75 grain pellets fly in excess of 1025 fps. In the "Anything else air gunners should know?" I used a bipod and not my bench. In all my accuracy tests I used a bipod and not my bench, which in my opinion, the bench is no fun.
Things I would have changed: The stock 4X32 scope. Replaced it with a Center Point 3-9X32AO
What others should know: This beast shoots the 14 tins of lead pellets I have that range from the 7.00 grain RWS Hobby to the 9.75 grain Winchester HP, each shot in 5 shot strings, then each string averaged out, at average velocities ranging from 1036 fps to 1201 fps. It shoots the Crosman Heavy 10.50 grain pellets at an average of 992 fps and the Beeman Kodiak Heavy 1065 grain at 979 fps average. The Crosman SSP 4.00 grain PBA averaged 1462 fps with a high of 1472 fps. The Gamo Air Star PBA 4.70 grain averages 1447 fps with a high of 1461 fps. The Stoeger X-Speed 5.56 grain PBA averaged 1378 fps with a high of 1387 fps. These pellets were shot over my Competition Electronics Digital Prochrono in 37 to 40 degree weather. All of the lead pellets proved to be accurate shot at a 1" target 70 feet away, mounted on a 12"x12" boxes. There were a FEW that missed the 1" target by not more than 3". The one inch targets were hit until they were no longer visible, all but a very ragged holes where the 1" targets were.
Things I liked: Great rifle. Accurate out of the box. Once I got the scope on, it took about 10 minutes to sight in. I was consistently in the kill zone after sighting in. Easy to cock. Very pleased with the performance so far. Looking forward to taking it out in the field.
Things I liked: Excellent rifle. I like the weight as it helps me with stability in aiming in all shooting positions. Overall feel is very nice and, to me, reflects a power-burner well. It's powerful and accurate enough for my needs. I am considering buying a second Ruger Air Magnum.
Things I would have changed: I scrapped the bundled scope and alternate between a Leapers UTG 3-9x50 AO and ( as suggested by another commenter ) a Walther PS 55 Dot Sight. The Walther PS 55 is more cost effective ( in my view ) for an Air Rifle than the Aimpoint Pro I have on my Colt M4 Carbine 5.56x45 NATO rifle.
What others should know: I purchased an Archer Airguns XMV Tune Kit for Ruger Air Rifles .177 Cal. Also, I ONLY use Frog Lube on ALL my power-burners and Air Guns. I have used Wintergreen oil to break rust for nearly 50 years, and being that I grew up with Hoppes #9 ( still have that scent in my brain since age 5, now 57 ), I am a convert to Frog Lube. Tight groups to all . . .
Hello, Sry where can i buy a piston seal?
Go to Archer Airguns.
Where is this rifle made?
China ? Isn't everything ?
can i order with a wooden stock?
|Max Velocity||1400 fps|