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The main center section (handle-trigger assembly) looks exactly like an Evanix Rex. What is the backstory? Did Gamo just purchase the rights to the same product and slap their logo on it? Curious minds wanna know! =)
The gun is made by Evanix to Gamo's specs from what I am told. How much those specs vary from the original Rex model specs, I am not sure.
Trigger plastic like all Gamos?
No, it is metal
To begin: hello fellow airgunners. Next: Wow! I can't wait to get my hands on a Gamo TC35 that shoots at a maximum velocity of 900 fps according to the Specifications tab, and 1,000 fps according to the Description tab. I just need to make up my mind on a TC45, or a TC35; eventually I will own both because they are Gamos whom has been around since 1955, and most importantly because I own a tape measure in both Imperial and metric units so that I can measure their barrel lengths since they are NOT noted on the Specifications tab, unless someone has their barrel length data? Also, I would like to obtain the dB sound output out from the moderator and the specifications of the dB meter along with distance from muzzle and orientation. From simple calculations I show that the TC45 is 35.38% efficient, where the TC35 is 23.45% efficient. This is according to the published 408 fpe, and 170.16 fpe, respectively, and assuming a 24 inch barrel on both models. For instance, in order for the TC35 to have the same fpe and efficiency as the TC45, it would need a 36 inch long barrel, and that's if assuming the TC45 has a 24 inch barrel.These are different machines that are called upon for different missions. They both have their pros and cons and ups and downs when compared to a single variable such as range to target (vertical trajectory arc size), size and type of target (c-t-c accuracy), wind speed (horizontal trajectory arc size), time to take the shot, etc., etc..I would only use these machines at shooting at soda cans if the can was solid aluminum at 100 yards.
What is adjustable on the trigger and what is the trigger pull weight ?
If it's anything like the standard Rex, it should be adjustable for release weight.
Is the bore diameter different than the rouge air rifle? .356/.357/.358? Is this the evinex Rex BA taken over by GMO? Anyone have experience with this rifle yer?
The Rogue? You mean Benjamins old big bore? Not sure how they are related. Typically, the Evanix .35 cal PCPs shoot JSB pellets well, so that tends to be closer to .356. Though it is still unknown if Gamo has made any significant changes to these models.