does not include shipping and tax
2-year limited warranty
Things I liked:My FIL liked the one I bought so much he asked me to get him one, so I did. Light weight, easy cocking, fairly accurate, a joy to shoot A fun plinker that puts out 6.5-7.25 FPE
Things I would have changed:for the price, not much. anything like better wood means higher price. Wood is ok, nothing special.
What others should know:lighter pellets shoot much faster than the heavies as the spring is not very large. trigger is not bad and WAY better than the one in my B3
Things I liked:easy to cock,fun to shoot,good price and accurate.
Things I would have changed:cheek rest is a little high for iron sights[i filed it down]
What others should know:this is a low powered springer good for punching paper and tin cans not hunting.
Things I liked:The X5 is an easy cocking all day shooter with a lot going for it. The quality of the workmanship, and the excellent fit and finish are beyond what one might expect from a sub $100 airgun. And for those who like to tinker with, or tune their guns, it is an easy gun to dis and re-assemble. The is a notch in the top of the receiver, at the rear of the dovetail for a scope stop. It's also quite accurate, and 1/4" groups from 10 yards are easily obtained. The X5 shoots well using H&N Sport (8.18 gr) pellets. My gun, which I tune lubed, averages 545 fps. A serious gun for a modest cost makes this Stoeger a best buy.
What others should know:Lockup of the barrel is snug, and so, a forward slap of the muzzle brake may be necessary for cocking.