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|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Rear Sight||Flip-up, adjustable|
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Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: It is a great gun my son loves using it actually looks forward to using it thank you
Things I liked: The Gun seems well-built. A lot of metal parts and the plastic ones are solid not cheap.The scope is decent. Its fun to shoot and fairly accurate.Different pellets do make a difference.
Things I would have changed: No real issues. Make sure you slap the co2 clip into the gun for a good fit.However insert the mag gently making sure it clicks.It must click.If necessary pull it out and try again.Be gentle.Do not try to rapid fire the gun.For best results allow a few seconds between trigger pulls.The plastic little tool they give you to tighten the CO2 cartridge into the clip is cheap. You may use a 3/8 inch Allen wrench instead. It's the same size and far more durable since it's made of steel .I broke one but it was my mistake. I tried to tighten the cartridge too much and used a wrench.You do not have to tighten them that much. Just hand tight.Also when loading pellets into the mag make sure they are snug and not sticking out either end.Once you get used to the idiosyncrasies of the gun it's very enjoyable shooting.You CAN remove the co2 clip after shooting even if they still have co2 left.When the cartridges are practically empty you will notice the pellets dropping all over the place.
Things I liked: Got this gun today and it has exceeded my expectations. Either Daisy has finally solved all the problems previously reported or I just got lucky, but it has performed flawlessly. I was shooting at 10 meters from a bench rest with a Leapers Bug Buster scope using Beeman Hollow Point Coated Pellets. I made a small tool to seat the pellets to the point where the pellet skirt contacts the ridges in the rotary magazine. I used ONLY ONE 12 gram CO2 cartridge ( yes, the gun will work with only one installed) and got 65 accurate shots and 10 that shot a little low. The 65 easily grouped within 3/4 inch with many going thru the same 1/2 inch hole. The amazing thing was that even those last 10 shots still grouped at 3/4 inch, just a little low. No jams and only one misfire when I pulled the trigger slightly but did not complete the shot. I checked the barrel and it was tight from the factory.
Things I would have changed: The trigger pull is a little high but linear and breaks at the same place every time.
What others should know: I did not rapid fire and I was shooting indoors which certainly helped getting so many shots from one cartridge. Crosman 12g from Walmart at about $.50 each.
What is the shortest length of pull, with the stock set to minimum length?
does the flip safety actually work?
Can I convert to a pcp rifle using a adapter in the co2 magazine?
I suppose it would be possible
|Max Velocity||700 fps|