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Things I liked:I received this rifle and was very pleased with the way it looked the wood is beautiful, very pleased
Things I would have changed:Had a little issue with my probe sealing off but replaced the o rings and everything is good now
What others should know:THIS IS NOT A TOY When you touch this off it rings authority very powerful rifle.
Things I liked:The Sam Yang 44 909 Light Hunter is one awesome big bore rifle. Stunning finish and well built. I like everything about this gun. Added a Leupold 3-9X44 scope and zeroed it in. Excellent power and much more accurate than what I expected from a big bore. At 45 yards I'm putting the Air Venturi .45 cal 143 gr round ball through one ragged hole with 10 shots. Now that's impressive for a big bore. I have found the 143 gr round ball to be the most accurate in this gun. I get 10 good shots on high power from 200 bar to 150 bar. Would probably get more shots on low power if one so desired.
Things I would have changed:Not a thing.
What others should know:As others have stated you will need a good back stop. This gun is also loud so be prepared. I use a Hill hand pump with this gun and no problem. From 150 to 200 bar around 50-100 pumps and your set. This is a excellent big bore gun and well worth the coin. The guys at Pyramyd Air are great to deal with. Highly recommended.
Things I liked:This thing is a monster. I don't have a FPS meter, but I have an airgun shooting range in my basement. At 20 yards this penetrated 3 boards, (1/2 inch plywood, and 2 1-inch pine boards and came to a stop against a steel plate fastened to the foundation wall of my basement. That is in comparison to my Hatsan .25 pistol which lodges domed pellets midway through the plywood, and my Gamo Bone Collector, which with a hypervelocity pointed pellet does the same except blows the back of the plywood out. After sighting in the scope, everything is stacked on a dime.
Things I would have changed:It is loud, but what can you do? Wear ear protection for sure.