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Even more quiet! Already one of the stealthiest breakbarrel airguns available, the Stoeger X20S2 lessens the noise with an improved system.
The X20S2 features the stunningly quiet X20S2 Suppressor utilizing advanced Air Flow Control (AFC) technology. This Dual-Stage noise reduction system combined with the sound reducing baffles make this rifle the quietest in its class. Most of the compressed air is bled off through the four decompression holes in the air regulator ring. Any air that's left travels through the baffles to decrease the noise even more. The muzzle suppressor is molded to provide a firm grip for cocking the barrel in addition to its significant noise reduction.
With the Stoeger Arms X20S2, you can shoot at a flock of pest birds and not scare all of them away after the first shot. Stealth...this gun has it in spades, AND, its a pleasure to shoot!
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: This spring powered rifle is fantastic. it is cheap at around $150. After putting about 400 rounds through this rifle it has calmed down and is an amazingly accurate weapon. I can easily make groups of five with all rounds touching on the paper at around 15 to 20 yards. On top of that this rifle hits like a sledgehammer. Granted mine is chambered in 22, It has already claimed the lives Of several pests around the house. Even with body shots on some animals that kill has been quick and very humane. The integrated suppressor in the barrel also makes a notable difference on noise to the point that really the only thing you're hearing is the sound of your pellet striking the target. Overall this is a great entry level low priced Plinker or small past remover
Things I would have changed: The trigger. How do I begin to talk about the trigger? Long story short it sucks. The trigger pull straight out of the box is heavy and long to the point that it is very difficult to make a good groups on paper until you really have used the rifle quite a bit. The trigger can be adjusted by rotating the screw within the trigger guard to lighten the trigger, but the links of travel for the trigger is still way longer than it should be. Although I do not recommend it for safety reasons the best way to get good groups out of this rifle is to literally have the trigger halfway depressed while hovering over your target and then actually giving a final squeeze to fire the rifle . Maybe it is just me but I feel like even experienced shooters will have issues getting used to this trigger.
What others should know: The caulking force on this rifle is around 30 pounds. Young children and elderly people may not be able to safely engage this rifle. I would definitely break in the rifle with 2 to 300 shots Before you judge the rifle on its accuracy. Also be patient with the trigger and be sure to adjust it to your liking. No matter how much you just to trigger it still is crappy. That being said for rifle this cheap I think it is still a great overall package
Things I liked: Very quite makes the power deceiving. More accuracy than I need. Comes with a serviceable scope.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice if it could be lighter maybe slightly shorter stock or version. There are a lot of comments of the scope being cheap and it is but I was able to sight in no problem and works fine for a pellet gun. The build in scope base and rings do not work well with the scope if installed per directions, I was not able to get the scope far back enough with the small eye relief using their weird stopping pin on the rings which there is only one spot on the built in scope base for the stop pin anyway. The stop pin is to far forward for the scope. So I set up the stop pin upside like the front ring and I was able to move the scope back 1 inch, just enough for eye relief without the scope shadow. Lock tighten it and it works
What others should know: If you looking for a very accurate set up, a trigger upgrade along with scope base and rings would be needed, as is works good.
Things I liked: I love this gun! This morning, two squirrels with headshots 20yrds within 25 secs. Athletically it is outstanding. Good feel and weight. Finishing is great. I shoot in a small lot neighborhood and am able to do so without notice from nosy neighbors. Suppression is excellent just stay away from the high velocity pellets to avoid the crack. Accuracy is on point and the scope does it's job. Everything I was looking for.
What others should know: Stay away from PBA ammo to avoid the crack
Can you remove the shroud/supressor? How?
The tip is screwed on. You should be able to see a seam a few mm back from the muzzle. They use a thread sealer so how much yours happens to have will be how difficult it is to remove. I suggest being careful b/c you don't want to look at vice grip marks from here on out. I suppose rubber of some sort to grip the plastic and whatever tool has curved jaws to better grip it. http://tinyurl.com/yc2e8okf' target='_new'>Here's a pix I saw online where you can see the threaded end cap.
Trying to decide on either the Stoeger X20S2 or the Benjamin Summit? Need a super stealth rifle since I live in a residential area. Thanks!
i saw NP2 DB sound levels and they are still somewhat loud.. try the SBD or this Stoeger
Had the X20S2 for a week now. After 200 pellets still smelling oil and seeing smoke in the barrel. How long will this go on? Seems it should be well past the point of burning off excess oils.
It seems Stoeger guns have more grease in them than other brands so it is what it is. Grease doesn't come out/burn off as easily as oil so you have the problem you're experiencing. You can take it apart and clean the excess grease out, which is what I do, or simply shoot it until it stops. I've always thought that extra grease is how they "claim" their guns don't need to be broken in, which is false, but it also creates your problem which many probably consider more annoying. The good news is at least it has grease because most guns these days have very little of a very thin oil which isn't enough. It's common for people to tell me it took 200 shots with a Stoeger, but the smoke/smell tapers slowly so when it "stops" is subjective. Lighter pellets burn more grease so if you have 'em you could see if they speed up the process. Taking the gun apart for a cleaning is really pretty easy. With just a #2 phillips and a small adj wrench I could have your gun apart in <1 min. If you've never done it before then maybe 10? Ideally I think everyone should take their gun apart for a little work, but up to you. If you want details on work they can bennie from (aka a tune) I can send it to you/anyone who asks; chevota at hotmail, just state the make/model/cal and what you want.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|