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Average Customer Review4.0 (10 reviews)
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Things I liked:This is the first "break barrel" rifle I have owned, bought it a couple weeks ago to shoot some starlings that pester our other birds and feeders at our farm house and for some target shooting from our huge deck. I like the weight and feel of this rifle along with the power to reach out beyond 20 yards. The scope hasn't moved on me at all, despite what other reviews say. Once sighted in we can hit a 3 by 3 inch target at 30 yards and more.
Things I would have changed:The scope could be a bit better but works great for backyard shooting. For the price of this rifle, ($99) I think it's a great buy. A lot of fun for me and the wife to target shoot with
What others should know:Take the time to sight in the scope, took me about 30 shots. Just as good as one of the $200/$250 rifles
Things I liked:I love the grip , once I got use to it going back to a standard stalk was uncomfortable . Accuracy, I have dropped about 12 jack rabbits in the last two weeks at about 60-65 even 70 yards 4four of which were head shots and they seem to pass straight through using big fives hollow point 7.9 grain ,deadly accurate .
Things I would have changed:Scope has to be readjusted once a week . Pain in the rear .
What others should know:I would put the safety in front of trigger , I loose precious time with it being under barrel.
Things I liked:Accuracy. Power and penetration.
Things I would have changed:More weight in the rear of the gun for better balance. Lighter trigger pull. Front of the scope needs to tighten better as it comes lose.
What others should know:I would recommend the daisy flat head rounds as a great ammo for power and accuracy. Using the flat head round it will go threw a tin soup can both sides at 20 yds. or one side at 50 yds. The 50 yds. shot had to raise about 2" up and 6" to the side for 10-15 mph wind and bullet drop. The target was a small tomato sauce can about 2-3" in size. I would recommend oiling it every so many 100 rounds to keep the piston and seals good and never leaving it cocked for pro longed periods of time as it is hard on the spring. I would avoid using the daisy penetrating rounds due to inaccuracy of about 6" or better diameter for spread at 20 yards. The main reason I use the daisy rounds is the cost but mainly the availability in local stores.
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