1-year limited warranty
List Price $195.95 Save $26.00 (13%)
Want it delivered 12-10-2013
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Average Customer Review4 (13 reviews)
Things I liked:Umarex Fusion is a great C02 airgun. I like everything about it. Great for indoors or outdoors shooting. Dime size group out to 20 yards indoor test.
Things I would have changed:The rounded receiver But an BLK mount will work. So it ain't an issue.
What others should know:Alot of people are complaining about the C02 cap. I had no issues with it other then o-ring ripping. If the relief valve is setup correctly there is no leak. 1. open the relief valve and exhaust gas. 2. close relief valve until you feel no spring retention. Manual says 3 turns but My testing says 4 until there no spring retention on the relief valve 3. Remove cap and replace C02, Always use Crosman Pellgun! 4. tighten down cap and your ready to shoot!
Things I liked:looks nice and the idea of CO2 power is a pleasant change
Things I would have changed:seems everyone knows--the relief valve fill system
What others should know:I ordered the Fusion early and waited for it. First time out, after reading the instructions, I lost the charge of two powerlets attempting to fill. Second filling was OK with a small amount of charge loss. Now the "magic" O ring problem. I understand the ring swells to retain the gas charge but because of that the relief valve is difficult, or not possible, to remove in a timely fashion to ready the next fill and continue your fun. Realizing this is a problem I called Umarex, spoke to a customer service person and was told I could not purchase O ring replacements because the Fusion is too new and no parts are available. They have to be ordered from Germany. I now have a small cut in the O ring which of course makes the Fusion useless in it's present state. These conditions, poor design, no replacement parts leads me to conclude this ordeal is nothing but Bologna Skins.
Things I liked:Great Accuracy...reasonable quiet.
Things I would have changed:The CO2 means of charging. That pressure relief valve is goofy and a potential for consistent trouble(s). SEE BELOW "Anything else airgunners should know?"
What others should know:After chambering about 100 rounds, I had the absolute devil of a time, when attempting to add 2 new canisters, as the gas would quickly rush past the pressure relief's O-ring. I could NOT stop it (went through 10 cans)...until I noticed that the lower part of the valve, which IS threaded, was a turn or two loose! Tightened it back "up" solved ze problemme!
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