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Buy and Earn 180 Bullseye Bucks!
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger||Two-stage, adjustable take-up|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: This rifle is IN MY FAVORITE TOP 3 Pellet Rifles. It is one of the nicest pellet rifle's I have ever fired. This rifle is VERY accurate out past 60 yards.
Things I would have changed: I would like to see a real suppressor on this rifle to reduce muzzle rise a little.
Things I liked: That i have been a Ruger firearms collector for over thirty years,I admired the fine craftmanship and always look forward to a new ruger product. still admire the product of the old models that came from Bill Rugers garage in the begining.
Things I would have changed: Only AND About the Ruger Targis spring breakbarrel rifle, To my very disapointment in Ruger tha they developed a iar rifle that looks nice and a scope the works with what a person may need , i am truely disepointed it is not offerd with just a plain old long barell for velocity and accuracy. it comes with a 14 inch barrel and a 4 to five inch supression tube on the end sadly a waste of manufacturing time and money. hopfully Ruger can offer an option for the real seriouse air gunner 17 t0 19 inch barell on this targis would make seriose velosity and awesome accruacy
What others should know: air gun industry heading in to the make it quieter suppress it , make it back yard friendly, Suppresing an air gun cost more for you and manufacture it also causes less velocity and acuracy do to the fact when most manufactured are done so with shorter barrels to acomodate length of suppresor, shorter barrel less velocity ,less acuracy.
Things I liked: the stock is very nice very comfortable to hold . the iron sights are very usable the trigger is actually quite good minor adjustment. sling nice ammenity. the scope while not mil dot is a extrmely usable item the rail adapter was fatory installed . gave the barrel a good cleaning broke it in with daisy precsion cleanned swabbed using lubed crossman premier hollow points washed and lubed shooting quarter size or less at 25yards unsupported for the money i dont see much beating this rifle for accuracy power or value
Things I would have changed: the stock scope mounts unfournetly while usable are wayyy to short the front sight was right smack in the field of veiw changed out for a 1' set problems solve along with a shim or 2
What others should know: As with most high powered springers the right pellet and hold is important personal i find washing my pellets with dawn and using dillion case lube with my pellets work the best all the way around even in my junkie fury 2 blackout will group chp pellets
If anyone has the Targis, can they email me a picture of the underbelly of this gun? I have the Talon which is the twin little brother in .177. It did not come factory with sling mounts of any type and I was wanting to see how they affixed the front swivel mount to the break barrel mechanism. Also kudos to Umarex / Ruger for making the sling setup look classy. Next question. Are the stocks interchangeable i.e. could I get a Ruger Air Hawk or Magnum stock and it be a direct fit? I was thinking wood would make my slinging attempts easier. Or how about Umarex just send me a Targis sling and I will figure out the rest. Thanks.
how is thefront sight orsupresser fixed on to end of barrel glued on or screw on
Michael. This being the big twin brother of the Umarex Talon .177 (Ruger) and as I have the schematic, I will add that there are three screws that appear to hold the sight / suppressor to the barrel. In addition the schematic shows a check ring between the barrel and the plastic sight / suppressor. I've attempted to remove my sight / sup with no success. I assumed it was due to the check ring. But Tyler's answer of epoxy may be the real reason. Personally, I don't like the plastic end so if you manage to get it removed, please let me know. I assume once removed it would be damaged and useless thus forcing us to use an oil filter or aftermarket suppressor. Hope this helps.
It is epoxied in place.
2 questions: 1. The specs state the rifle weighs 9.85#, is this for the rifle alone or with scope mounted? 2. What is the weight of the .22 pellet used to achieve the 800 fps w/lead or is the fps overstated by the manufacturer? Thanks in advance.
That is with the rifle and scope. The FPS would have been with a light weight lead pellet, I would guess around 11 grains
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|