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List Price $189.99 Save $80.00 (42%)
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Earn 110 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||480 fps|
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Things I liked: This is my first purchase with Pyramyd Air and man Am I glad I picked this rifle. It is above and beyond my expectations. Finally, a manufacturer that knows how to pack a product for shipment. And no useless BBs, right on! This is my first sniper rifle, I have a Beretta Gas blow back and a electric M4 that I love because are as advertised, metal where should be and plastic of a good quality. Went together 1 2 3 bipod and all. Added a huge scope and it looks awesome. More on accuracy once I get to fire a few more rounds. Pyramid Air, you sure know how to pack a product, amen.
Things I would have changed: First impression: bolt a little hard to pull but it is new so, maybe needs a breaking in period. Maybe more to follow later, I just got it.
What others should know: It is a heavy sucker and 45-inch long so be careful buying a bag or case. I got a 50-in Plano case but not wide enough, go figure.
Things I liked: Good smooth bolt action, and shoots straight and far. Once you get this rifle scoped in, it's a lot of fun. It has been durable so far and for what you pay for and what you get is worth it. Highly recommended!!
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: The L96 is a popular sniper rifle base with a lot of available upgrades, but also shoots decently out of the box for people who don't feel like getting into the mechanical aspect of their rifles. The gun looks really nice, feels decent, and cycles smoothly.
Things I would have changed: Performance: It really doesn't fire consistently at range with high-grade BB's. My rifle settled in at around 460 FPS after the break-in, lower than it was supposed to be. The feel: The stock feels a little hollow because there's not really a lot of metal in it. The bipod adapter is absolutely terrible because it really doesn't tighten. I had to superglue mine in place so it wouldn't wiggle around during matches, and I'm one who uses the bipod a lot. The bipod is okay but UTG could certainly do with a better one. Upgradeability: The accuracy and range could be a lot better with a different hop-up unit, because there's a lot of plastic in the factory unit. The trigger mechanism is really complex and falls apart easily during disassembly; that's getting replaced as well. Those are the parts that should receive the first attention.
What others should know: I used the NCStar 3-9*40 scope for a while but I found that the accuracy made it necessary to do drastic adjustments to the scope, and that doesn't play well with the scope because magnification can't be used unless the adjustments are reversed. The design of the stock and bolt handle reveal that this rifle was really modeled after the Arctic Warfare rather than the Type 96 but that's trivia.
is there any assembly involved
Yes barrel assembly needs to be attached to the stock with the 2 screws, included (simple) .
Should the bipod adapter move?
There is a certain amount of slop ?
|Max Velocity||480 fps|