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Earn 40 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||325 fps|
|Cocking Effort||24 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
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Things I liked: Wood stock and metal lever, solid feel.
Things I would have changed: Smoother trigger,it is very "crunchy"
What others should know: Not accurate when bought a year ago but much better with use, now getting 0.8 to 1.4 inch groups at 5 meters, but trigger feels no better.
Things I liked: wood and metal frame
Things I would have changed: longer stock
What others should know: very nice shooter/plinker i got this for my wife , she loves it
Things I liked: I like that this airgun is mostly hardwood and metal. The black metal is a nice contrast to light coloured wood stock and fore grip. I like that it holds 700 rounds! I like how the gun diesles at first! A little smoke is fun with this Cowboy gun! The low report is perfect for indoor use.
Things I would have changed: I would change the Quality control person who let my gun get by them with faulty rear sights that were crooked and the part of the rear sight for aiming ("u") should have been thrown out instead of on the gun. I decided to bend the rear sight with pliers to line it up properly with the front sight, instead of packing the gun up and returning it from Canada to PA.
What others should know: Don't over oil inside the gun....but to avoid rust on the external parts just wipe the gun down with a rag & Pellgun oil, including the wood stock.
Does anyone know what a decidel reading is for the Sheridan cowboy?
This gun is quiet enough for shooting in an apartment
Can I shoot Gamo .177 cal lead round ball instead of steel BB's?
it would probably be too large for it. Remember BBs are less than 4.5mm in diameter
Since nobody answered my question I went ahead and tried Gamo lead round ball in my Sheridan Cowboy. I treated the gun like a single shot and found the balls shot well but some did jam in the barrel but I used a wood Dowling and rammed the ball back into the breach and fired again...the round balls are 1/2 gram or 8.2 grain and seemed to fit the barrel tighter than steel BB's because I don't think the velocity was much lower than withsteel BB's and the lead balls caused a bit more damage to the pop cans I was shooting at :) be sure to have 1/8" wood Dowling rod to clear an occasional jam, and try lead round ball in your Sheridan cowboy for a change from steel BB's.
where is this made?
|Max Velocity||325 fps|$16.99$14.99