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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:5.0

By william from USA on 2020-05-05 21:30:04

Things I liked: Accuracy, 2- 5 shot clips

Things I would have changed: More inserts for sight

What others should know: Diopter sight not needed save your money.

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Overall rating:3.0

Value for money:2.0

Accuracy:2.0

By Darin smalridge on 2020-09-19 23:43:58

Things I liked: Meh... its not a izh 61, period. Nor is it a viable 10 meter or FT gun. However after 300 pells I established a routine for lobbing rounds at 10 meters in a relatively efficeint manner. 2" groups. A routine of seating pellets and learning to jig the cocking arm led to a slight amusment. EG a fun experinence. Nothing more.

Things I would have changed: Add a stop pin for ***sake . Nylon 11mm sight rail on a springer???? Brilliant. And worthess. Mount creep....

What others should know: Unless you need an extra diopter sight dont spring for the pro version. After 300 various pellets open sight at 10 meters averaging 2.5" in groups and multiple mag feed issues.... conclusion nope!!!! Will I keep this? Probably not. Am thinking of gifting it to a coworker....rather than paying restocking fee to PA. If you possess any type of "better" airgun you will probably be disappointed with this. As stated it is not a izh61 clone, not even close.

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    By Darin smalridge on 2020-09-19
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    Things I liked: Meh... its not a izh 61, period. Nor is it a viable 10 meter or FT gun. However after 300 pells I established a routine for lobbing rounds at 10 meters in a relatively efficeint manner. 2" groups. A routine of seating pellets and learning to jig the cocking arm led to a slight amusment. EG a fun experinence. Nothing more.

    Things I would have changed: Add a stop pin for ***sake . Nylon 11mm sight rail on a springer???? Brilliant. And worthess. Mount creep....

    What others should know: Unless you need an extra diopter sight dont spring for the pro version. After 300 various pellets open sight at 10 meters averaging 2.5" in groups and multiple mag feed issues.... conclusion nope!!!! Will I keep this? Probably not. Am thinking of gifting it to a coworker....rather than paying restocking fee to PA. If you possess any type of "better" airgun you will probably be disappointed with this. As stated it is not a izh61 clone, not even close.

     
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    By william from USA on 2020-05-05
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    Things I liked: Accuracy, 2- 5 shot clips

    Things I would have changed: More inserts for sight

    What others should know: Diopter sight not needed save your money.

     
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    By David from USA on 2020-02-13
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    Things I liked: Easy cocking effort

    Things I would have changed: Plastic front sight block for adding height to globe sight cracked stronger plastic block needed Would like to see a post sight insert included

    What others should know: Two of the additional pellet clips are loose fit for rws hobby pellets

     
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    By Jerome from USA on 2019-12-06
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    Things I liked: Gun is very accurate, especially for a spring piston at this price. Sights are a good value. Was easy to zero in. Getting 2" groups at 60' when I focus on my shooting.

    Things I would have changed: Rear diopter has a tendency to move back on the rail despite regular tightening, need better system to hold it in place. The colder it is the more likely it is to loosen and slide back, since I am planning to use this as a backyard biathalon rifle that is a concern.

    What others should know: Make sure rear diopter is tightened down or it will creep back on the rail. Description is not clear on the sights. The rear standard sight is on the rifle and the rear diopter is in the box. The diopter clears these sights so I left it on. Front sight and muzzle break are mounted and original sight is in the box.

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