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|Max Velocity||1050 fps|
|Cocking Effort||46 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Globe with Aperture Inserts|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: I purchased this in .22 cal and have put less than 150 pellets through it. Will update as I get further into the break-in period. That said, I am impressed with the power and quality. I really like the way pellets fit perfectly into the breech. I recently bought a Diana 34 in .22 caliber and have found most pellets get shaved on the bottom when I close the barrel. Not so with the Weihrauch. Perfect each time. I also really like the smooth cocking and smooth shot cycle. From the first shot it has been consistent.
Things I would have changed: This rifle is loud for plinking in the neighborhood. Not quite as loud as a .22 long rifle but close. It is much louder than any of my other air rifles (Diana 24D, Diana 34). Personally I'm not a huge fan of the iron sights. They are high quality but the black inserts are hard to see when shooting against dark targets or in low light. Finally the gun is very heavy. It feels like high quality but hefty.
Things I liked: It's powerful and accurate.
Things I would have changed: I would order a larger caliber - it's a little too powerful for .177 which is what I bought - that requires shooting heavier (10+ grain) pellets. This gun is powerful enough for a scope - it should at least be offered with one as an option. I would also offer it with the option of a synthetic stock to lessen the weight.
What others should know: I'm told that I must NOT shoot any pellet lighter than 10 grains or, if I do, to "detune the RAM." Otherwise, it "will break scopes, melt piston seals and generally eat it self shooting light pellets at full power and pressure on ram. There are tools/fittings available to de-tuning the ram but I'd simply order this in .22 if I had it to do over. The cocking effort is 46 lbs. and not for weaklings
Things I liked: Gun is beautiful. Had a few seal issues but was fixed by PA. Really accurate. Hits hard. Not pellet fussy. Love this rifle. Thanks PA for taking care of the seal problem. Sweet looking rifle!!!!
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The cocking effort on my rifle is not bad. To some of the people saying they need 2 hands to cock this gun is redicules. Something is wrong. I have many other rifles that cocking is way harder. I own the .22cal. Love it!!!!!!
Hi How do I find out the year or manufacture on my HW90 = serial number 1271900.
I have a pump with a quick disconnect fitting for a PCP rifle, what other fittings would I need to make adjustments to the Theoben gas ram? Does Pyramyd Air carry these parts? Many thanks.
What kind of gas is used in the piston? I have a report of just air not gas.
Air is a gas. And yes, it's just simple air just like in in all gas springs. Some gunsmith will fill them with nitrogen, and there is some evidence that might make for a smoother. Crosman uses nitrogen in their gas springs that they call Nitro Piston. http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2006/04/gas-springs-of-the-theoben-airguns/ http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2006/04/gas-springs-of-the-theoben-airguns-part-2/
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|