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1-year limited warranty
List Price $239.95, Orig.Price $199.99 Save $50.00 (25%)
Earn 150 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I just received my .22 rifle a couple of days ago. Mounted a CenterPoint 4x32 scope on it, and put about 100 rounds through it with .75 in. groups at 15 yards. It likes Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum 14.3 gr. pellets. I get about 30 good high power shots from a single co2. The rifle shoulders well, and its light weight makes it very easy to shoot. Although the loudness is rated at 4-medium-high, I have found it to be more like a low 3-medium, definitely backyard friendly.
Things I would have changed: For the price point, I would have liked to have had better open sights, maybe a nice front fiber optic sight with adjustable rear sight. Also, a slightly larger loading tray, it can be a little difficult to load a pellet with the scope mounted.
What others should know: Remember to pause 30 to 60 seconds between each shot when shooting co2 powered rifles, as this gives it time to warm back up and gives you maximum power for each shot. Buy many, many extra co2 cartridges and ammo, you will not want to put this rifle down.
Things I liked: A very balanced rifle, extremely accurate.worth the value
Things I liked: Add a $10 Tasco scope to this little plinker and you can hit empty 20ga. cases all day at 20 yds. Great value and more accurate than I expected (with right pellet, of course. Most RWS pellets shoot tight groups)
Things I would have changed: Perhaps a lower velocity as a trade off for higher shot count. 30 -35 at 560-580fps in .22 now , would prefer 40-45 shots at ,say, 475fps. After all , it's not a hunter it's a plinker !! I don't wanna kill BIGGER shell casings, I wanna kill MORE !!
What others should know: Stock sights are unusable.If you're HANDY, they can be tweeked, bent, twisted and otherwise modified to a serviceable form but it's not worth the effort. Scope it.
How are the front and rear sights attached?Is there really no way to adjust windage at either end of the barrel?
Has anyone converted this rifle to HPA? If so, what was the process and parts needed?
Can anyone recommend an adjustable windage and elevation peep sight for this gun? That will zero with the existing front sight.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|