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Average Customer Review4.5 (30 reviews)
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Things I liked:The gun is light weight, and rather attractive. I like the finish. It could, if not a bit elusively, obtain the FPE promised, but not consistantly, due to the breech O ring prolem, and the hammer bolt.
Things I would have changed:I would NOT mount the cocking lever directly to the hammer, it causes many problems. The bolt lever doesn't mount easily, and the screw attaching it is soft metal and is easily damaged. The force of the hammer striking the valve causes the screw to back out of it's threads every few shots. The hammer becomes unstable with a loose screw, and the strike action is not symetrical because the hammer with the lever attached is not symetrical. The loading port slider should be sealed with an O ring, but the O ring is frequently unseated by air pressure or friction from loading a projectile, and will not seal effectively. The trigger action is so stiff it made me feel like I needed two hands to fire the gun. This is NOT an exageration.
What others should know:Although very attractive, with a nice finish, the base metals are some what softer than I'm used to working with, and the gun would be difficult to work on without damaging threads, and other attachment devices. The best accuracy I could obtain was 5 inch groups at 15 yards out of the box. I assume caused by the breech O ring seal, and hammer bolt problem.
Things I liked:The Light Hunter, is a well-made rifle. Weight and balance are good. In design, the single reservoir is more aesthetic. The 45 caliber is a good round to have in a PCP (a massive round with good velocities).
Things I would have changed:Make the trigger pull adjustable.
What others should know:It helps to put some lubricant on the trigger and cocking mechanism. Also, the bore size was found to be 0.455 after slugging. If you are planning to cast your own bullets, then try the Lee 456-220-1R bullet mold. This will give a bullet with a 0.455 diameter. In the single reservoir rifle this will give 5 good shots.
Things I liked:The wood an metal look good an its compact ez to us and powerful
Things I would have changed:nothing at all
What others should know:This gun I had for 3 years an kill many deer with it these big bore air rifle are nice I have two 45cal 50cal an 357 all of them a good hunt guns I just get my 45cal by from Will piatt I had it tune an man I can tell the increase in the power I was going get an air rifle from big bore exertem but now thear no need this baby is for real I can get 300 plus fpe now going sent my 50cal dragon claw for a tune so for yall that get the 909 357reclue or the dragon claw an you hunt deer go get it tune by will piatt he is the best
Model Assistant Sam Yang Big Bore 909S
Compatible with Sam Yang Big Bore 44 909S Light Hunter Air Rifle
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