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Average Customer Review5 (47 reviews)
Things I liked:Looks nice, I like all weather stocks with non-slip texturing. This rifle is well made, with solid construction and quality workmanship. In my opinion it has an excellent trigger. Has tremendous power, very accurate with a variety of pellets. The open sights are a definite bonus (not found on most air guns today), they are easy to see in a variety of light conditions and accurate. The scope is of higher quality than most “free” scopes you get with package deals, very clear lenses. Overall a good value for the money.
Things I would have changed:This rifle is huge; it is long, heavy and hard to cock. It should have rings to mount a sling for use in the field. The scope that came with it, although normal in size, looks tiny on top of this monster. The scope rings don't allow use of the open sights; they should be high profile see through mounts. The open sights could be more refined (smaller) and made of metal instead of plastic. It is fairly loud mechanically. I own 8 break-barrels; this is my least favorite to shoot.
What others should know:I mounted a huge Leapers 3-9x50 scope on it and it doesn’t look out of proportion. The pellets that give the best groups in mine, off a bench at 20 yards are; Crosman Hollow Points = ½ inch, Gamo Master Points = ¾ inch and Gamo TS-22’s = ¾ inch (with tremendous impact on target). This is the only one of my air-guns that does well with pointed pellets.
Things I liked:I still love this gun. After cleaning it thouroughy and removing the screw and replacing them with loctite on them i brought it out shooting. With open sights i was destroying 8 ounce beer cans from 30 yards. This gun has devastating power. I still find thr cocking effort to be light. My wife couldnt cock it with her entire body weight. So if you arent a big man this might not be for you.
Things I would have changed:The scope is absolute junk. But at this price point i would still buy it with no scope. I have a leapers on my wish list so i am still happy. I literally could not hit a huge laundry detergent jug using the scope from 5 yards! I spent over 30 minutes dialing it in and it always shot about 1 foot to the left no matter what setting i used. But open sights i was putting them through the same hole on that jug. I am more than satisfied. I flipped a 8 ounce beer can into the air viciously from 30 yards standing with open sights. This gun blows my benjamin away. I will easily be through 100 shots by tomorrow. Btw im using crossman premier hollow points 14.3 gr.
What others should know:buy this gun! its not that loud. Your neighbors will know youre shooting but it wont hurt your ears.
Things I liked:OH MY! This gun is a hammer! I have read some reviews that said it was not accurate. I did not find that to be the case. I did spend some time finding the right pellet for this gun. The best for me was 21 grain H&N baracuda match. You have to use heavy pellets to slow this gun down enough to be accurate. Once I did I was shooting dime size groups at 20 yards. This gun has a lot of recoil. Shot 200 pellets one day and my neck was sore later on that night. This would be excellent for hunting. I wanted to site in the scope and it was a cold day out so I went to my basement and set up a target on a box in front of a 3/4" piece of OSB at 30'. Took 5 shoots and for some reason I thought maybe I should check the board. Yes all five shot went right though. Seems to me that this gun is a copy of the RWS 350. The nice thing is it's only $179.
Things I would have changed:scope
What others should know:If you are going to use a scope you are going to have to buy a very good one that will take the recoil. The one that is sent with it would not hold zero. Have a good selection of pellets in various weights 14 to 30 grains to see what works in your gun. I found heavier pellets produced tighter groups. When you get the gun remove it from the stock, tighten the screws, clean off excess grease and oil, clean barrel to reduce dieseling(smoking). I also have the Ruger Air Hawk in .177 this is also a great gun. This is a great choice if you are concerned about the recoil.
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