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Things I liked:seems to be very well made. scope is very good for this rifle.
Things I would have changed:to heavy. cocking is very hard.
What others should know:al in all I thing this is an excellent gun
Things I liked:Lovely Accuracy, like it should be. Got this to replace a Beeman Kodiak X2 whose accuracy was frustrating me. Wow nice open sights. But my eyes these days need optics. Scope turrets hand adjustable, yes! This rifle hits hard! looks like it embedded halfway into 2x6 backdrop. Blasted thru a sun baked pork rib bone no problem. Much less gyrating in recoil than that Beeman Kodiak Steel Springer. Love the thumbhole stock.
Things I would have changed:Would like the safety to be push-away from trigger to be off position. Seems bass-ackwards the way they have it. But certainly not a deal breaker. The instructions warn you not to grab the barrel on the silencer in order to cock it as could damange the silencer. Only problem is this leaves less barrel length for leverage, and makes for a nice hefty cocking force. It works your lats and abs cocking this rifle. Probably get easier over time, but not by much I imagine.
What others should know:Somebody else wrote a little front-end heavy, and yeah... I could see why they said that. Definitely is a lil bit once the scope is on. People complaining about slings... just get a Kifaru Gun-bearer for your pack when you go in the field. Again, the accuracy... literally right out of the box, has me very excited. And the power this thing has is exciting! Can't wait to see what it does to feathers and fur!
Things I liked:Firstly I must tell you that I read Tom Gaylord's review of this rifle and was suitably impressed. The Reaxis gas piston [reversed] was a novel idea and worth looking into. Regretfully, after receiving it via FedEx, I only fired 6 pellets [H&N FTT] through it. Cocking this rifle horrified me; the grinding sounds of sand on metal as I cocked the Reaxis piston sounded like someone had put a hand full of sand in the piston. Umarex QC? I don't know. I never did get the opportunity to try the scope, which got rave reviews as well. Using the open sights at a range of 25meters, I was unable to lower the sights sufficiently to even come close to a group, because I had to mash my cheekbone down hard on the stock to even try to align the Tru-glo dots. It appeared like the combing of the stock was inline with the barrel and therefore too high to use the open-sights.
Things I would have changed:I'd have liked to see a thumbhole stock similar to the Benjamin NPXL or the Hatsan 125TH stock. Both very comfortable to shoot. As for the grinding problem, I think I would have liked to have $20.00 extra [20 for 20], so that Pyramyd Air might find out the cause before it was sent to me, then returned for credit.
What others should know:Ergonomics:The applied science of equipment design intended to reduce operator fatigue and discomfort. The first and most important criteria in manufacturing, be it a motorcycle, a car, a recliner chair or an air rifle. If you can't get past the comfort stage, the rest is immaterial. Looking over the rifle before I even cocked it the first time, I was impressed with the quality of manufacture, but somewhere between the end of the assembly line, and it's arrival at my place, there was an empty hole where the FINAL INSPECTION should have been. No blame intended here because I may have just got a rifle that was missed, but If I'd have cocked this near my wife, she would have been looking for the fingernails and the chalkboard!!! I'm sorry; really sorry, because I did look forward to this rifle after reading B.B.Pelletier's review. Instead, I purchased my third Hatsan 125 Black [this time in .25 cal].
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