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Average Customer Review4.5 (45 reviews)
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Things I liked:fun to shoot
Things I would have changed:wood stock would be nice
What others should know:be prepared for gun to use more gas than you might expect.
Things I liked:Dead on target when i got the sights adjusted- had to look up an old army training vid on youtube. It shoots plastic army men and plastic animals at 15 meters every time with Daisy BB's which is all i shoot indoors. With pellets its even better, but I dont want the dust inside.
Things I would have changed:I really like this airgun when it comes to shooting and really really wish they had made it out of better material... it FEELS like a kids toy due to the nasty plastic so its an indoor only shooter. The magazine is ok but prone to sticking, Biggest issue is the little key's (2 come in the box) used to tighten the co2 powerlets- the first one broke the second time i used it and so i baby the other one and have ended up with improperly pierced powerlets because i'm frightened of snapping the junk plastic tightening key...which has virtually no gripping surface or leverage anyway....make it an integral hand screw or pack a single metal key with a decent grip to torque with.
What others should know:Good: This airgun is fun to shoot and very accurate with pellets or even BB's and has authentic (and cool...) adjustable "peep" style sights. It is the same size a the real gun and "points" really nicely. Bad: airgun FEELS like its going to break if you bump or drop it, and i'd beware of leaning the plastic barrel against anything long term, for fear of bending it. Conclusion : If you can get it for less then 100 bucks i'd say its a pretty good deal for plinking in the garden.
Things I liked:Low price, accurate replica looks, uses a clip for semi-auto action without pumping, barrel breaking or cocking. Fairly accurate, rear sight adjustable in elevation and windage. Can shoot dime size groups at 50 feet.
Things I would have changed:More metal or heavier plastic. I trained on a real M14 and this 4.4 pound version is just too light and feels like a toy. But you get what you pay for.
What others should know:Uses two 12g CO2 bottles, which conveniently fit in the detachable clip with the 16 round magazine (dual 8 round actually, you have remove the clip to flip it over, takes about 5 seconds). Velocity drops rapidly with CO2 use. Mine dropped from 650 to 500 fps in the first 10 shots, although some break-in may be required. Expect about 80 shots from a pair of CO2 bottles. Use pellgun oil lightly around the CO2 seal area when installing new bottles. A real M14-M1A scope mount fits this scope but you will need to find a metric screw to fit the threaded hole (metal threads) on the left side of the receiver to replace the supplied scope mount screw. I added an inexpensive Tasco 3x9x40 scope to compensate for my fading eyesight, the added weight makes the rife feel better and as expected my shot groupings are tighter.
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Compatible with Winchester M14 CO2 Air Rifle