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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: Great air rifle at a great price.
Things I would have changed: I wish the scope was attached.
Things I liked: Looks good and is super quiet. Good power Fun to shoot
Things I would have changed: Scope
What others should know: Barrel was really dirty and greatly affected accuracy. Clean the Chinese filth out of the barrel then you can start driving nails.
Things I liked: Pretty much everything with the exception of the trigger and low quality scope. Shoots straight every time and drives tacks for sure. Took 2-300 shots to break in and clean the spring chamber of factory oil, but it is smooth cocking and clean firing. Kicks a bit, but that's part of a spring fire break barrel gun. Me lickie!
Things I would have changed: Trigger screw is too short to adjust pull. Changed mine from the factory M3-0.5 X 6 MM long screw to 10MM and it makes a huge difference in the firing quality of this rifle. YOU DON'T NEED TO BUY A DIFFERENT TRIGGER, just a longer screw. It's on the heavy side so can get a bit tiring if you shoot a lot like I do. Up grade to a better scope to pair with this excellent gun and you have an absolute winner. Super accurate at 20 yards and hits hard.
What others should know: Change that trigger adjustment screw as soon as you get the gun. Turn the 10MM long screw in all the way and back out 2 turns and enjoy!
Can a sling be in stalled its for an elderly gent
What is the cocking effort of the Stoeger X 20S2, 0.177 cal? My husband has a Octane Umarex (nitro piston) with 42# effort required. It's near impossible for me to cock, without standing up and using both hands.
It will be much easier, like closer to 28-30lbs at peak, but it's also easier in that you can put your hand over the end of the barrel unlike the Octane. Also unlike the Octane you can adjust the spring strength to as light as you want. The power goes with it so half the cocking basically nets you half the power but setting it at say 20lbs would be a good balance. It's not hard to do imo, basically you just shorten the spring spacer behind the spring. Removing the spacer completely cuts the force/power ~half, so you can est from there. chevota at hotmail if you need help/details
Are these suppressed rifles legal in Suffolk County NY?
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|