Starting at $199.95
You save: $20.00
3-year limited warranty
List Price $275.95, Orig.Price $219.95 Save $20.00 (9%)
Bundle & Save $12.00!
Want it delivered 12-23-2013
Order it in the next 11 hr and 10 min, and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review5 (39 reviews)
Things I liked:Wicked looks, high quality build, accuracy. Scope is nice too, better than a lot of combo units.
Things I would have changed:Maybe the trigger - pull effort is a little hard, but the more I shoot it the better I like it, so will probably leave stock for now.
What others should know:This gun is addictive. I got the 22 cal. version. Fun to shoot. Have been breaking it in at 50 feet using Crosman Premier 14.3 grain hollow points. Quarter sized groups. Scope is clear and sharp and easily sighted in. Great looking gun. Super value. Pyramyd Air is easy to deal with.
Things I liked:I have already reviewed this affordable and accurate break-barrel with praise for its accuracy but criticism of its sights and non-adjustable too long stock. I haven't solved the stock problem yet, but took two hours to solve the annoying fiber-optic sight issues yesterday. With a hacksaw, I carefully trimmed off the three supports of the front sight fiber, cut a deep slot, and JB welded in a new front sight I fashioned from a worn out hacksaw blade. I made the new sight two mm lower than the old. I turned down the rear sight an estimated number of clicks and struck a quarter sized target at ten yards with the very first shot size. This gun is accurate, and now mine has acceptable sights. I increased my rating of this gun based on how easy I was able to remedy the sight problems. I will shorten the stock, but only when I can figure out a way to do it that will not detract from the appearance of this nice looking rifle.
Things I would have changed:As I said before I would change the sights and stock.
What others should know:I chronographed this gun and was neither surprised nor disappointed that it didn't deliver the promised speed of 1250fps for alloy, or 1050fps for lead. Shooting a GAMO raptor produced an average speed 1120fps, and a GAMO Match Diabolo wadcutter an average speed of 875 fps. As far as I am concerned these are fine speeds, as I think many shooters obsess over it too much. It is worth noting that the speeds varied a lot less from shot-to-shot with this gun, and it isn't even broken-in yet. I have shot less than 100 pellets through it and am satisfied with its accuracy and consistency. I zeroed in a temporary 4x32 Barska scope I had laying around while waiting for the arrival of a new UTG of the same specs. Again, the accuracy was very good in the this quiet, limited recoil rifle with nice trigger.
Things I liked:muzzle silencer works great! scope mounts are solid.
Things I would have changed:Trigger second stage is way harder than any rifle I've shot. I have a Benjamin NPS .22 (Made in USA) and its trigger is great. This one is like 3 times as hard to pull through the second stage. The safety is exactly opposite of my other rifles in that you have to pull it backward to fire. HOW CONFUSING IS THAT? Breech seal was flattened/leaking by the plastic tips card that it comes with out of the China factory. Had to get another.
What others should know:This gun is heavy - 9.5 lbs with scope mounted. I have fired about 100 rounds through it so far and it still does not present the tight pattern that the Benjamin NPS has right out of the box. Still like the design and warranty so I'll keep it, but the Benjamin NPS is a much better gun.
Sign Into Your Account
Sign Into Your Existing Account