What is the overall length and what is the cocking effort?
If you look under specifications you'll find both spec.
Overall Length 45.5". The cocking effort will be in the mid 40 lb range.
Will it accept pointed pellets or is it limited to round nose and Wadcutter?
If the pointed pellets fit in the magazine they can be used.
Is this being offered in a .22 caliber?
Yes, but 'out of stock'
That is a question for Umarex
do they have it in .22 that has 1000 fps? if in .177 i would want 1300 or 1400 fps
www.umarexusa.com shows the Synergis in .22, rated for 900 FPS. And currently 'out of stock'
Most velocity figures are inflated. Most 22 cal gas piston/spring guns shoot around the low 900's at best. the .177 in the high nines. pellets are made to be shot subsonic. Over driving them means major accuracy issues.
Is there a way to take the shrouded barrel apart for maintenance ? The picture looks like it could be a threaded barrel !
The shroud will have a threaded end cap. it is removeable.
How does the air get from the piston to the pellet? Does it pass thru the magazine? Does the probe push the pellet into the barrel and then back out or stay in the barrel? Where can I find a loading and firing diagram so I could understand how it works? Will Pyramyd Air do a review video on the Synergis?
The magazine sits in front of the air tube. There is a transfer port from below the barrel that joins the barrel just in front of the magazine. Just behind the pellet.
The new in stock date is now November. Any word on how firm that date is? Thanks!
Where did the $179.95 List Price come from? It is $169.99 on the Umarex website.
Pyramyds price is 159.95
How many pounds force are required to cock the rifle?
Look under spec's
Where will this be manufactured?
Will it be available in.22 later?
Umarex only showed a .177 on announcement at SHOT show.
Where is it going to be manufactured?
For the price, has to be China