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    Stoeger Arms X20S Suppressor Air Rifle

    Stoeger Arms X20S Suppressor Air Rifle

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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    Action kit
    0.177" (4.5mm)

    0.22" (5.5mm), 1000.0 fps, Synthetic, Ambi, Black
    Stoeger X20S Suppressor air rifle. 1000 fps w/alloy pellets, 800 fps w/lead.

    2-year limited warranty

    SKU PY-2406-4825


    List Price $300.00, Orig.Price $199.99 Save $70.00 (35%)

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    • Stoeger Arms X20S air rifle
    • Breakbarrel
    • Single-shot
    • AFC (airflow control) technology is a dual-stage noise-reduction system by Humbert CTTS, renowned silencer designer
    • 94.2 decibels
    • 11mm scope dovetail (no open sights)
    • 2-stage adj. trigger
    • Ambidextrous Monte Carlo stock
    • Synthetic stock with dual raised cheekpieces
    • Textured pistol grip and forearm
    • Automatic safety
    • Incl. mounted and bore-sighted 4x32 airgun scope with illuminated red/green reticle; uses CR1620 battery (included)

    With the Stoeger Arms X20S, 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!
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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    1000 fps
    11mm dovetail
    Two-stage adjustable
    Small game hunting/plinking
    7.0 lbs
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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Edmund from USA on 2015-01-19
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    Things I liked:It is a very comfortable weapon. I am impressed with the accuracy and grouping with the round top pellets. I even put a pellet through a penny at twenty-five yards.
    Things I would have changed:I would put a better scope on it.
    What others should know:Nothing

    Overall rating:2.0 2.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

    Accuracy:2.0 2.0

      By Aaron from USA on 2015-01-18
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    Things I liked:I like the small compact size if the rifle.
    Things I would have changed:not very accurate. needs better scope.
    What others should know:best I could get with this rifle was .500 inch 3 shot groups at 15 yards. no matter what pellets I used. could never get hole on hole accuracy. maybe I was expecting too much. I tried 12 different pellets. I have lot of pellet guns and I really wanted to like this one, was planning to use it to shoot English sparrows off of my bird feeder at 25 yards. Instead I gave it to my lil brother.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Randy from USA on 2015-01-16
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    Things I liked:This airgun feels solid for the class of airguns in which it belongs. The stock and the action feel mated together very well and tight. The comb rise on the stock is nice and can help get you up on the scope. The chamber mouth was smooth and the 3/8" dovetail cut is very clean. The ergonomics of the manual safety makes it easy to disengage and fire. The cocking has a positive feel and everything locks up well so far. If there is a barrel droop, I can't tell. This airgun seems smooth to cock, load and shoulder for each shot.
    Things I would have changed:The trigger and the included scope are the biggest negatives for this set-up. If the 4x32 scope was truly boresighted like the description says, it does not show. I had to do a major adjustment to get the 4x32 scope on target at even 5yds. For this style airgun, Stoeger should ditch the 4x and at least put on a 3-9x32 and charge a bit more. The trigger is very long and heavier than I thought it should be. There are some aftermarket parts to swap and even a super cheap "cheat fix" out there, though.
    What others should know:I was looking for something to get into airguns with a little more power and stability. I looked for something with decent reviews both here and on other sites. Some youtube videos were also found that reviewed the airgun with some demonstration footage as well. I wanted something with some power and decent accuracy that wouldn't break the bank. I know the old adage of "Buy Once, Cry Once", but I was not ready to spend $500+ for a PCP. I bought the .22 version and have been going through a tin of H&N Field Target Trophy pellets to break it in and get used to the trigger. I emailed Stoeger concerning "break-in" and if they had any suggestions about procedures, pellets, or how many shots it will take for the rifle to fully break in, but they provided no response. A little disappointing in Stoeger's customer service so far. Overall, very please so far.
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    • dereck from USA asked:

      what is the best ammo that is cheap but accurate too

      • Randy from USA:

        Unfortunately, this is not a simple question. Like all airguns and firearms, you will have to find out what yours likes to shoot. Your best bet may be to find someone near you with the same size pellets you need and see if they can give you a few different ones to try out in your airgun. You can probably get away with cheaper pellets during the break-in, but after that, you will need to find what your airgun likes the most through trial and error.

    • tim from USA asked:

      For small game hunting I'm torn between the stodgier x20s. An the benjamin Titan np. Any help out there. Thanks

      • Chevota from USA:

        I would get the Titan,especially for hunting since it's more powerful. They each make about as much noise, but the sound is different. The Titan is quieter to the shooter, the 20S is quieter to the target. The Titan can be made quieter by putting a suppressor barrel on it which is $20-30 depending on if you reuse some existing parts. The 20S can be quieted too with some spring tar or other methods. I and some others consider the scope of the 20S unusable because the scope won't slide back and the eye relief too short so it's about 3" too far fwd. The Titan is cheaper, more powerful, more versatile. Titan's are also available as referbs which can be as cheap as $80 or so.

    • rosangpuia from USA asked:

      how can i get gamo big cat .22 air as i am from mizoram, india

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        No, Pyramyd currently can not ship anything that shoots to India.

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    Stoeger X20S Suppressor air rifle. 1000 fps w/alloy pellets, 800 fps w/lead.

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    0.22" (5.5mm)1000 fpsSTGR-30301 [PY-2406-4825]SyntheticAmbiBlack


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