Date: 20/8/2018 16:16
0

Customers Q&A on AirForce International 94 Spring Air Rifle

Got a question? Got an answer?
Log in, then enter your text.

  • Phillip from USA asked:

    Hi, will this rifle be in stock regularly or it must be ordered with a 4 week wait?

    • Tyler from USA:

      It's a special order only item. So if you place an order for one, we will get it in house for you. It may take up to 4 weeks though.

  • Phillip from USA asked:

    2nd question, which rifle is better trigger wise the model 94 or 95? Perhaps they are the same just their appearance? I realize one has a wood stock and the other a synthetic.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Trigger is the same between the models

  • Phillip from USA asked:

    Hi all, does the hinge joint use a pin or a screw /pin so you can tighten up the breach block when necessary. Thanks for your alls time.

    • Doyle from USA asked:

      wher is the "owners manual" for the AirForce model 94 that I just received ?

      • Drew from USA asked:

        Anyone have real world chrony speeds in .25?

        • John from USA:

          720 fps with 19.91 gr pellet

      • Wayne from USA asked:

        Is this rifle scopable?

        • Allen from USA:

          Yes. However, I had a 4-screw one-piece mount and it still kept inching back. I finally went with two BKL Triple Strap Rings to solve the problem. Then I killed a UTG 3-9X40 1" Hunter Scope but have since replaced it with the same.

        • John from USA:

          Yes, but the recoil on this is intense so use a heavy duty scope, UTG "TS"

        • cory from USA:

          Yes, for mine I used a dovetail to weaver adapter with a UTG Bugbuster scope.

      • William from USA asked:

        how accurate is it at 30 to 40 yards it said in the catalog its pretty accurate

        • Allen from USA:

          I have a little over 100 round through my .25 and shooting it at 40 yards I'm getting 1.25" groups with JSB Match Diabolo Exact King 25.39 Grains, Domed. I expect that to improve as it breaks in.

        • cory from USA:

          Very accurate in .25.

      • Timothy from USA asked:

        PA's ad says Quatro trigger. Doesn't look like a Quatro trigger. Which is it?

        • John from USA:

          This is "Not" a Quatro trigger but I can say this is as close to a match trigger that you can get on a break-barrel. This is by far one of the best triggers made for a break barrel. I set mine to break just under 2 lbs.

        • cory from USA:

          I have a Hatsan 135 and 155 and it's not the Quattro trigger like they have.

      • Joseph from USA asked:

        Where is this rifle made?

      Navigation