1-year limited warranty
List Price $360.00 Save $20.01 (5%)
Want it delivered 12-16-2013
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Things I liked:Well built and powerful,Not too hard to cock, my thirteen year old son can handle it,he is a defensive lineman ... but any reasonable strong adult could handle it. I bought it in .25, the right caliber for this weapon, and it is a lethal weapon, I wont let my kids out of sight with this gun, any foolish mistake could mean death. Extremely accurate, I fitted it with a quality leapers 3x-9x, recommended mounts are holding up well. A gun that will last, perhaps the English made version was better, but for a combination of value and power hard to beat this truly magnum springer.
Things I would have changed:Heavy gun, must be shipped properly.
What others should know:Please be careful, 'this is not a toy" applies to this gun, and this is not a joke.
Things I liked:The rifle over all, and it's .22 caliber power range, and love the large thumb safety button mine is very accurate
Things I would have changed: I would shorten the length of the butt of the stock with optional spacers for adjustment on length of pull. The rifle is not balanced it's heavier at the barrel end / also with the the stock off the receiver, the butt end is light" and almost sounds hollow when you tap hard on it. Make the front sight removable so proper crowning of the barrel can be done! The price is 100.00 more, compared to the Hatsan 135 which is just as good, and made by same company.its a hatsan not a webley!
What others should know:If you know how to tune a rifle, and can make your own delrin spring guides, then I would recommend this/ other wise I would not. like most air rifles they all need a complete going over, and tune this was no exception. My rifle barrel has accession rather then droop. also stock may need to be bedded inside, because the sas keeps vibrating loose they usually never do. I can do all that my self, the better bag for your buck if you can do your own work is the Hatsan 135, but I love them both. at 9lbs they are heavy, eat your Wheaties, and set up a rest and good chair for proper cocking and shooting if you will be shooting most of the day.
Things I liked:It had plenty of power
Things I would have changed:Very poor quality. Safety would stick on, and the gun would fire unexpectedly. The"quattro" trigger would not go below 5 lbs. There was a full 1/4 inch sideplay in the trigger blade.
What others should know:Made in Turkey
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