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Things I liked: It's quite accurate for the money. 1.5-inch grouping at 25 feet using .20 g. Lots of power for a spring action rifle! Easy to assemble following the instructions provided and watching the very informative video. Easy to adjust sight for both windage and elevation. Easy to load the magazine with BBs. This rifle is a lot of fun! I like the user friendly safety lever - easy to locate and easy to operate. The bolt action operates very smoothly and the gun is quiet - less noise than my Daisy Red Ryder. Durable construction with a solid feel.
Things I would have changed: Hard to see the extremely tiny arrow on the magazine button that holds the BBs in during loading. I would make the button a little larger and put a raised dot for direction (I painted a silver dot on the arrow point to make it more visible). I'd change the sight - too hard to locate target.
What others should know: Hard to find the target through the sight quickly - takes some patience.
Things I liked: It weighs, feels, and handles much as a normal rifle does. Neighbors don't object to the 'cough' of this rifle as they would to the 'bark' of, say, a .30-06, a .300 Win Mag, etc.
Things I would have changed: I would add a 'witness mark' to the barrel and receiver; or dimples for the locking screws; to make lining up the sights easier when installing the barrel (from the package). Still not sure have got it correct. 'Relax' the stock slightly to allow for insertion of the action, it was a humdinger of a chore.
What others should know: I have not had a chance to shoot this rifle for accuracy, still working on my backyard range. When you pick this rifle up, make sure you have plenty of room, as it is FULL size, including length.
Things I liked: The overall feel and the 1/1 scale of the rifle are perfect, and the shells and rotating mag make it feel and work so reel
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: You know u have been hit at over 200 feet . It still makes you say owch . I am using swiss arms 40g and pulling off some reel long kill shots
The railing to mount a scope was discontinued, is there another railing i can use as a substitute to mount my scope?
I do not know of a rail to substitute for the discontinued rail.
The railing product has been discontinued, is there another railing I can use to mount my scope?
I am not familiar with a mount available for this model.
do you have to use the shells
You can also use the direct feed tube.
|Max Velocity||370 fps|