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Estimated in-stock date 09-23-2014
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Average Customer Review4.5 (87 reviews)
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Things I liked:No complaints about the rifle. Shoots 3 shot groups the size of a dime at 35 yards. Like the stock, was skeptical at first. Has a lot of knock down power.Great for grey squirrels.
Things I would have changed:The scope is a piece of junk! Don't waist your time with it. Even the salesman will tell you this.Trigger is a harder pull than I would like, but that's a personal preference thing.
What others should know:For the price, I think it is hard to beat. Enjoy
Things I liked:The gas piston rifles are fun to shoot and this one in particular has a lot going for it. I bought the octane in .22 caliber. The break action is smooth but does require some strength. Then again you are sending lead pellets down range at 920fps. The trigger action is crisp, the safety does its job, the scope is adequate (but does seem to drift to the left a little) and has clear glass with no noticeable blurriness, and the rifle is accurate. After sighting in the scope the second time today I put 11 consecutive bulls eyes at 25 yards (2" bulls eye). It is a large rifle but with my frame (over 6') I found the stock to be a good fit. The price point is excellent as well. Your mileage may vary but I'd certainly buy another.
Things I would have changed:It does not come with a sling which a rifle this heavy should have nor does it have sling swivels. I bought a sling that slips over the stock and barrel at extra cost and it seems up to the task. As others have mentioned the rifle should have a hood for the front sight to protect from damage when traversing woodlands. I've seen clamp on units for other rifles and will look for something similar for this rifle.
What others should know:I fired H&N Baracuda match @21.14 grains and Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum @14.3 grains. The Crosman shot a group as tight as the H&N which says the limfac is the shooter, not the pellet (no surprises there for me!). Unless you're a really good shot you probably won't see enough of a difference to justify the higher priced pellets. One of the scope mount bolts that attach the scope to the rail galled when tightened. I was able to secure it with Loctite blue and it has held so far. I check it periodically when firing just to make sure it is snug. I recommend the 10 shot test by Pyramid - that way you know you don't have a doa and PA provided the chrony results. From others I hear that if you need to replace the breach seal try your fav hardware store for Danco o-rings (#83). I've bought them but haven't swapped it out yet.
Things I liked:Accurate
Things I would have changed:Better quality
What others should know:I bought this for my son as a Christmas present and within a few months it broke. Of course it cost me to send it back and they required the receipt which Pyramyd was kind enough to provide a copy since I couldn't find the original. The repair receipt said the trigger broke. Not real pleased with the several Umarex air guns I have had.
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