has anyone done an actual chrony test to see the velocity in .22, if so could you post some results please,thanks
The video with this listing shows average about 540fps with a 14.5gr pellet.
I have used the browning 800 22 cal and its awesome, however in the instructions they stress the type of oil to be used and not to much either so what type and where can I get it ?
It depends on what you are trying to lubricate. Give this lubrication guide a read, Pyramyd sells the lubricants and oils mentioned inside. Read the spring gun maintenance section. https://cdn.pyramydair.com/site/manuals/RWS_SpringGunTips_Umarex.pdf
If so many pistols are basically the same in construction. The price is the difference and the trigger pull and the stength of cocking the gun. Why the difference in the price. One is 19lbs and another is 58lbs. Guns look the same. What metals are they using that is so much more expensive,that warrants the higher cost.
That really depends on what you are comparing this to. One thing to keep in mind, if the cocking effort is higher, it's got a more powerful spring or gas ram inside of it, which means it should be shooting harder than something with less cocking effort.
Can I mount a UTG Weaver/Picatinny Riser Mount, Medium Profile, 0.83" High (PY-A-3404) on this Browning?
I used this adapter on mine and had issues with it sliding. Even fully tightened down, the adapter slides from the anti-recoil. I VERY CAREFULLY drilled a small hole in the top of the gun to receive the set screw on the adapter.
It would have to be a UTG 11mm to picatinny mount UTG New Gen Dovetail-to-Picatinny/Weaver Adapter,... .
is there a shoulder mount for this pellet gun it is a big pistole
I see the Hatsen .22 gets 450 fps while the Browning gets 600 fps? wouldn't the 600fps knock down a squirrel easier than a 450 fps gun?
You can't go by FPS alone. Given the same pellet (weight), 600fps vs 450fps would result in a much higher energy level (knockdown power). Comparisons using only FPS aren't very useful unless you know the pellet weight - Advertisers constantly use alloy pellets to advertise higher velocities and don't tell you that they used light pellets.
I would think so .
Which 11mm to weaver adapter fits the Browning 800 with a 30mm diameter optic? Thanks
UTG makes one try UTG 11mm-to-Weaver Adapter, Vertical Scope... 11mm to weaver .
Is there any difference between the Browning 800 Express & the Hatsan Model 25 Supercharger? I see the Hatsen .22 gets 450 fps while the Browning gets 600 fps?
much more power from the Browning 800 .22
What is the size and weight of packaging?
I noticed the Hatsan which is rated same fps as this in 177 & in .22 yet pyramyd states the Hatsan only capable of 450fps in .22 yet this one states 600 in .22 it seems very unlikely, pyramyd should test this one also i think?
I talked with Pyramid about this- the Hatsan was tested with a lead pellet; The Browning claim (600fps) is a factory claim made shooting the lightest pellet made. Functionally they are the exact same gun.
Anyone chrono a .22 cal with 15 gr +or- lead pellets, the Hatsen is only good to 450fps
Browning .22 with Crossman Premier 14.3 gr average 490 FPS. A Marauder .22 Pistol (tuned) averages 830 FPS with the same pellets.
my piston seal is pealing every 3 shots i have to remove the shreds off it so they won't block the chamber. trying to make new seal out of leather but that has same problem. do i have a defective seal or do they alll to this? how much is a pack of new seals or what can i make some from.
give Umarex a call at 479-646-4210 Ext 7
looking for schematic for browning 800 express. forams talk about adjusting the trigger pull but i can't find the screw there talking about. i'm wondering if they changed between the mag and the express.
479-646-4210 ex7 talked to troy sent me schematic and answered questions very nice guy.
Can you add a longer barrel?
Not to our knowledge
can the cocking assist be drilled and tapped from both sides then using set screws mounted permently
I WAS TOLD BY PROS THE MATERIAL OF THE COCKING ASSIST WON'T HOLD UP TO DRILL AND TAP TO MOUNTING. I'M TRING TO MAKE A NEW COCKING ASSIST FROM HARD WOOD DOW ROD I'LL MAKE IT 2" LONGER IF I CAN GET A GOOD FIT I'LL USE MACHINE BOLTS TO PRESS AGAINST BARREL TO STOP MOVEMENT WHEN SHOOTING. THE CURRENT MOVEMENT DOESN'T SEEM TO AFFECT ACCURCY.
is the cocking effort the same for the .177 and .22
Whats the difference between Browning 800 mag and Browning 800 Express? They each have a different box design. Are they the same pistol? I understand the 800 Mag was recalled in 2011 due to faulty safeties and repaired versions are marked with a P on the rear of the receiver. Could this have something to do with the box and name differences?
There really isn't much of a difference. The 800 Express is the version that was put out after the recall in 2011. The manufacturer fixed the issue and changed the name a little.
whats a good affordable scope and what mounts are the best
Anything but the china cheapee Walther as shown on the YouTube video. I wish the Pyramyd Air rep would have just demo-ed the pistol with its original out of the box, like it is, iron sights. And slower so we could see the action, anti recoil movments. I've gotten suckered into a few Walther red dots. The dot moves depending on where you look through it, due to poor optics or prism. You have to put your eye in the exact same spot every time with most Walthers. If your eyes a bit left, right, up or down from the last shot, forget it. Your aim will never be the same. Barska, BSA, Konus are pretty good and don't foul up like Walther's.
can this be fired with the cocking assist on the weapon. if so, will it decrease the velocity?
The cocking assist can be left on the gun when you shoot it. You don't have to remove it. In fact, the manual shows the cocking assist on the gun when cocking and loading and does not instruct you to remove it when you shoot the gun. It has no effect on velocity.
The cocking assist is for cocking only, not a barrel extension.